Are you looking for a last minute getaway with your loved one? Whilst Paris, Venice and Bora Bora spring to mind as quintessentially romantic locations, why not think outside the box when it comes to deciding where to spend this Valentine’s Day?

Pakistan’s best real estate marketplace,, has compiled a list of the most idyllic, romantic spots to escape to this February.

  1. Petra, Jordan

Take in the stunning surroundings of a UNESCO World Heritage Site with your loved one this Valentine’s Day. In a city renowned for its charm, explore the rose-colored buildings whilst learning about Petra’s cultural heritage.

  1. Chaouen, Morocco

Get lost among the beautiful blue buildings in Chaouen, northwest Morocco. In one of the country’s most picturesque cities, you can wander the romantic cobblestone streets, and visit authentic Moroccan cafes and restaurants. If you’re looking for a more adventurous escape, hike up the nearby Rif Mountains and enjoy picturesque views of the Mediterranean Sea.

  1. Ubud, Indonesia

If you want to escape the hustle and bustle with your loved one this February 14th, then the peace and serenity of Ubud will definitely suit you. Known as Bali’s center for healing, Ubud is the perfect place to relax and unwind in one of the local spas. Enjoy fine Indonesian dining, explore paddy fields, and climb up to the Campuhan Ridge for panoramic views of your stunning surroundings.

  1. Zanzibar, Tanzania

Visit Zanzibar in February and you can expect blue skies and warm weather to explore the beautiful Stone Town, the old area and cultural heart of Zanzibar City. While away the hours wandering around the winding alleyways, visiting the city’s bazaars and stunning mosques. Don’t miss the spectacular white sandy beaches, where you can take romantic strolls and enjoy the fresh seafood.

  1. Arequipa, Peru

Great food, amazing architecture, and incredible landscapes: Arequipa – Peru’s second largest city – is a stunning getaway location. The city is surrounded by three volcanoes, dominated by white buildings – which earned Arequipa the nickname The White City -, and in 2000, its historical center became a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

  1. Murree, Pakistan

A popular hill station, known for its mesmerizing pine and oak covered mountains, crisscrossed with springs and dotted with lawns and orchards, Murree is a firm favorite for tourists and honeymooners throughout the year. Patriata, also known as New Murree is a major tourist attraction and is famous for its chair-lifts which give a birds-eye view of Kashmir.