"So, you celebrate valentine's day in the world."
"the Year's most romantic day is here and it is time to pay homage to love. you Sweden it is common to give flowers, chocolate or eat a dinner together with someone you love. But how to celebrate in other places in the world?nResesöksajten Momondo have listed 5 a little more unusual ways to celebrate valentine's day. "
"Pomorie – a Toast for love in Bulgaria"
"In Bulgaria reject you chocolate and flowers to celebrate valentine's day with a good wine. The 14 February is celebrated namely of St. Trifon, a day which is also called the wine-grower's day traditions to prune grape vines in order to insure that the harvest will be good. Are you in Bulgaria on valentine's day so take you out to any one of the fine wine districts, for example, in the Pomorie region, and toast to love at a local distillery or a winery. "
"Cape town – Visit table mountain in south Africa."
"In south Africa is similar to the celebration pretty much the Swedish way with flowers and a small gift to the one you have in love. However, one can also show their feelings in a special way. The brave can take part in Lupercalia, a tradition that is said to have roman roots. During the Lupercalia, type of women down the name of his beloved on a patch and attach on the tröjärmen to openly show their feelings. "
"If you want to have a particularly beautiful view to celebrate the love in Cape town, then you should absolutely take to the beautiful table mountain and hike up to the top."
"Buenos Aires – An entire week of love in Argentina"
"Buenos Aires is bursting with love and emotion. The who celebrate valentine's day in Argentina should absolutely experience the fiery tango, which have become a symbol of the romanticism of the city. There are plenty of places to dance where anyone can try to dance. But love is celebrated not only on 14 February in Argentina. During a week in July dedicated the country to celebrate relationships. During the week woos people to each other by, for example, replacing a candy for a kiss, and the week ends with a day specifically dedicated to the friendship."
"Saint-Valentin – village of Love in France"
"Paris is definitely the city of love, and you celebrate valentine's day here you won't be disappointed. It is said that it was in France that the first love letter was written. According to the history to the duke of Orleans wrote a card with a love poem signed ”Your Valentin”."
"But there is actually an even more romantic place in France – Saint-Valentin. The picturesque village called “village of love” and filled with experiences on the theme of valentine's day on February 12-14. Stroll along the streets of the small village or visit the decorated parks with trees covered by kärlekshälsningar. "
"Jeju – honeymoon in Korea"
"south Korea love valentine's day. On February 14 celebrating the women of their partners with chocolates and gifts. A month later, on White Day, it is women's turn to bask in the gifts from their dear ones. You want to spend a romantic holiday in the republic of Korea is the island of Jeju, a good tip. The island is said to be the South Korean equivalent of Hawaii, is in the Korean archipelago, and attracts couples who want to enjoy peaceful and romantic days in a beautiful environment. "
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