5 Top Destinations To Make Your Romance Feel Like The Movies

They say that sometimes life beats movies, but nevertheless, motion pictures can feed our vivid imagination and they can leave us wanting to relive the famous scenes which have touched our hearts. Couples who love both movies and globetrotting can be inspired from the following movies and locations.


The 1942 classic movie “Casablanca” starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman is the most romantic movie of all times. Humphrey Bogart plays Rick Blaine and Rick s cafe is an important setting in Casablanca. Many scenes are shot there, including Rick s reunion with the love of his life, Ilsa Laszlo, played by Ingrid Bergman. Casablanca is not only the title of the film, but it is also a city in Morocco. Couples who love this romantic drama can recreate the famous scene from “Rick s Cafe Americain” . The chosen location to reenact the romantic scene should be a jazz bar or club in the city of Casablanca. You can even ask the band to play the famous song, Rick and Ilsa s song “As time goes by” and you can even utter the famous lines said by Ilsa -” Play it again, Sam” and by Rick -”Of all the joints in all the towns in all the world, she walks into mine.”

Love Affair

The 1994 movie “Love affair” starring Warren Beatty and his wife, Annette Bening and Katherine Hepburn as “Aunt Ginny” is a remake after the 1939 movie with the same name with Irene Dunne. Couples who have been touched by this movie can be inspired from it to recreate for themselves the scene on the exotic island . The characters landed accidentally on this island, because their plane which was headed to Sydney, Australia had to land forcefully. . The scene on this peceful and serene island in the Pacificis very romantic, because this is the location where they bond and begin to have feeling for each other. Couples can choose any exotic island near Australia to give a boost to their relationship so that it can improve and flourish to the maximum. Although the characters promise each other to meet , that scene never happens, because she suffers an accident and becomes paralyzed.

The Notebook

“The Notebook” is a movie based on the Nicholas Sparks s novel with the same name. The movie stars are Ryan Gosling, who plays “Noah Calhoun” and Rachel McAdams who plays “Allie Hamilton”. The characters fall in love at a carnival on Seabrook Island, in South Carolina. The most romantic scene in the movie, which couples can choose to recreate, occurs in an old, abandoned house in the same location, which Noah ends up buying especially for Allie. Couples can find a secluded house on one of the “sea islands” in South Carolina, such as Seabrook, where they can strengthen their relationship. The location is 20 miles inland, between Savannah, Georgia and Charleston, South Carolina.

Breakfast at Tiffany’s

“Breakfast at Tiffany’s” is a film from 1961 starring Audrey Hepburn as “Holly Golightly” and George Pepperd as “Paul Varjak”. Holly is an extravagant cafe society girl who, although she loves Paul, decides to leave for Brazil. Paul had engraved the ring from Doc Golightly at Tiffany& Co. on Fifth Avenue , but he never manages to give it to her as a present. The famous and final scene of the movie occurs when he releases her cat and emerges from the yellow cab to toss the ring into her lap and to tell Holly to analyze her life. Together they go in search of the cat and they rediscover their relationship. The scene can be recreated by couples who loved the film, somewhere on the Fifth Avenue in New York, on a rainy day, with or without a cat. Rain is a spectacular force of nature which brings couples together and strengthens their bond and mutual understanding.

When Harry Met Sally

This movie s characters meet when they share a cab to New York City and then they keep bumping into each other every five years, in a New York airport and bookstore. The famous and classic scene when Sally fakes an orgasm and which was shot at the deli Katz’s Delicatessen in Manhattan is the most memorable and funniest scene of all times. Couples who are more audatious and outspoken can give the scene a try, not so obvious though, and even reenact the reply “I will have what she is having”.

Other inspiring scenes from movies which adventurous couples can recreate include the breathtaking scene atop Empire State Building from the 1993 romantic drama “Sleepless in Seattle” starring Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks, where they can take their relationship to another level or going on a cruise ship to reenact the scenes from “Titanic”.

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