Where better for a Valentine's escape than the original City of Love? Strolling its wide avenues and boulevards hand in hand, perhaps stopping for a glass of wine at a street cafe. Ooh la la!
A romantic city which remains attractive throughout the year, the climate in Amsterdam is never really extreme. In Feb the tourist season hasn't started so there'll be less crowds and cheaper options
Where better to spend Valentine's Day than Venice? The Carnival of Venice also typically starts in February, which includes masked balls and lots of amazing food.
It's the middle of the warm and wet seasons - the hottest day of the year is Feb 4th - so expect long, sunny days, fresh seafood and beach bliss, with some pleasantly warm rain in the mix
Perfect for visiting in February, the weather is sunny and dry during the day - great for exploring cities and beautiful sandy beaches. Daily increasing temperatures invite partying into the evenings
While the summer months push 50 degrees in Dubai, the winter months offer the perfect temperature for those looking for guaranteed sun and heat at an otherwise grey and cold time of year.
Italy is perfect for a Valentine getaway. Still a little cool, though warmer than the UK, it makes an ideal weekend destination to break up the winter months.
The last month of the dry tourist season, most days will bring sunshine with calm seas and blue skies. Beaches are still busy, though hotel prices and visitors are decreasing after their January peaks
The hottest month of the year, there's very little rain. Perfect for lounging on the beach at Pantai Cenang and sipping a cocktail or two as you gaze at the breathtaking sunsets on the horizon
One of the world's most romantic holiday destinations, the richness and vitality of Bali's natural splendours and culture are abundant. Expect tropical showers, sunshine and plenty to see and do
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