The long and lovely bank holiday weekend might be over, but for many families the Easter break is still in full swing. (Featured image by Global Jet)

It’s at this time of year that holidaymakers without a family in tow are advised to stay well away and avoid the sky-high prices that the school holidays inevitably bring.

But once the Easter break is finished, there will be some great bargains to be had. Not only will you enjoy some summer weather, but the summer prices won’t have kicked in yet.

So if you’re looking to whisk your other half away for a romantic escape, it’s time to start looking around for those hidden holiday bargains.

Whether you’re going away for your honeymoon or celebrating an anniversary, there is an abundance of choice when it comes to holiday destinations for couples. So where should you visit?




This is the perfect place for couples to relax and enjoy each other’s company whilst chilling out in the sun.

With a number of interesting places to visit, such as Discovery Bay and Dunns River Falls, couples will never be bored in this perfect paradise.

The beauty of Jamaica is coupled with excellent cuisine, with a huge variety of local dishes to sink your teeth into.




Known the world over as a fascinating and exotic country, Thailand offers beautiful scenery and fascinating culture for couples to discover.

There are plenty of historical aspects to explore within this spectacularly beautiful country, too. With traditional cuisine that is unique and flavourful, Thailand offers couples a great chance to share and enjoy a fantastic new experience.





No list of destinations for couples would be complete without talking about Paris. A truly romantic city, Paris has remained a top destination for couples for generations.

Classic sights like the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame and Sacré Coeur make Paris perfect for couples who want to experience some of the world’s most famous tourist sites in the world’s most romantic city.




Paris may be the go-to European city for romance, but there are plenty of others that will give you a loved-up break to remember.

Venice is one of those cities, with beautiful architecture and high culture set amongst the picturesque canals.

Boasting the most artistic masterpieces per square kilometre, Venetian architecture has been known to sweep couples off their feet.




A collection of islands, the Seychelles offers couples a peaceful retreat that will make you feel like your holidaying in a brochure.

The diversity of the landscape is one of the most common attractions, offering peaceful and un-crowded beaches.

With a number of cultural attractions as well as a vibrant nightlife, the Seychelles is the perfect location for young couples on holiday.

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Alex FrancisBlogger and travel writer, I like my holidays either really cold or really hot. If I'm not flying down an icy mountain or relaxing on a scorching-hot beach, I'm not interested!

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