Love is in the air and our ATI Travel Advisors can’t help but reminisce on their favorite romantic travel experiences. It’s true that nothing brings couples closer together than traveling to new destinations and sharing experiences together. Whether you’re searching for dreamy getaway inspiration or want to jump-start planning your adventure to celebrate your next relationship milestone, you can’t go wrong with any of these ATI picks.


“Custom wood-fired pizza and a wine pairing dinner overlooking the Amalfi coast from the rooftop terrace of Casa Angelina. Nighttime is so peaceful with the sound of the soft breeze and Italian music playing in the background. The hotel sits atop the cliff with a sheer drop to the water. When you’re seated on the rooftop at night gazing out at the twinkling light reflecting off the water, you feel like you’re the only two people in the whole world.” – Alexis

“The setting, the ambiance, and dinner at Candles on the Windstar Wind Surf was truly an experience my husband and I will never forget. We dined alfresco on the deck while the sun was setting, as we sailed off the coast of Italy.” – Michelle


“Staying at the gorgeous romantic Little Palm Island Resort in the Florida Keys. The first night included a true surprise: a solo dinner on the beach and a marriage proposal joined by the cutest Key deer roaming the island. Oh, and the private menu had our names and date on it – always a great touch!” – Amanda

“My first cruise, sailing the Mediterranean on Silversea with my husband is a trip I’ll always cherish.  From the ship to the ports we visited, the food and culture was a new adventure for both of us. Sharing these new experiences together made it all the more fun and memorable!” – Jolene

“Traveling on the Orient Express is the ultimate romantic experience. Small cabins, personalized butler service, champagne at every turn. Enjoying a 5 -course gourmet meal in the Côte d’Azur dining car with the Lalique glass paneling and flickering lights, served by white-gloved, tuxedo-wearing attendants… what could be better?” – Isabelle

One evening on the Road to Mandalay, the team arranged a special surprise for guests. Many small local boats filled thousands of banana leaves with candles and spread them for hundreds of yards up and downstream. The typically pitch-black area of Irrawaddy River in rural Burma was lit up as if it was our own personal festival of lights. I happened to be by myself, but remember thinking that was one of the more romantic settings I’d ever seen.” – Michael 


“Londolozi Game Reserve is where Ryan and I met back in 1997, so that memory will always bring back the initial butterflies of romance whenever we visit the property. We celebrate 23 years this Valentine’s Day!” – Malaka

“Being on safari is about as romantic as you can get simply because the amount of time you spend with the one you love.” – Ryan