The 25 most romantic cities in the world – From Paris to Prague, via Budapest

Hundreds of locations worldwide were narrowed down based on the most breathtaking views, first date venues and popularity for couples

 

Côté francophone donc Paris est la ville la plus romantique du monde selon « The Independent » et j’en suis pas peu fier personnellement. On trouve aussi Montréal, très heureux aussi car j’adore le Québec, Marrakech est aussi présent dans ce classement.

A noter que Bruges en Belgique côté Flamand est aussi dans le classement.

Tous les continents sont représentés.

 

Paris, Sydney and Venice are the most romantic cities in the world, according to WeLoveDates.com.

All continents are represented in this ranking.

The online dating website looked at hundreds of locations worldwide and narrowed them down based on the most breathtaking views, first date venues, romantic history, marriage rate and how popular a romantic holiday destination they were for couples.

Here are the 25 most romantic cities in the world from ‘The Independent’ :

http://www.independent.co.uk/travel/news-and-advice/the-25-most-romantic-cities-in-the-world-a6848621.html#gallery

1- Paris, France

2- Sydney, Australia

3-Venice, Italy

4-Kyoto, Japan

5-Bruges, Belgium

6-Buenos Aires, Argentina

7-Budapest, Hungary

8-Dubrovnik, Croatia

9-Florence, Italy

10-Prague, Czech Republic

11-Montréal, Canada (Québec)

12-Lisbon, Portugal

13-Wellington, New-Zealand

14-Bath, England

15-San Sebastian, Spain

16-Edinburgh, Scotland

17-New York City, USA (New York)

18-Jaipur, India

19-Charleston, USA (South Carolina)

20-Marrakesh, Morocco

21-Cape Town, South Africa

22-Los Angeles, USA (California)

23-Melbourne, Australia

24-Dublin, Ireland

25-San Diego, USA (California)

Source : The Independent  http://www.independent.co.uk/travel/news-and-advice/the-25-most-romantic-cities-in-the-world-a6848621.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Montreal Impact eyes Champions League glory in Mexico City

Global News

MONTREAL — On Wednesday night, the Montreal Impact is facing its biggest game since joining Major League Soccer when it takes on Mexican powerhouse Club America in the Estadio Azteca in the CONCACAF Champions League final.

The Impact are already only the second MLS team — and the first Canadian club — to reach the finals of North America’s top club soccer tournament.

The tournament follows a home-and-away format.

The team who wins with the most goals after two games wins the Champions League.

In the event of equal goals, the first tie-breaker is decided on away goals scored, meaning the Impact have their work cut out for them.

Estadio Azteca is a notoriously difficult place to play and the largest soccer stadium in the Americas with a capacity of more than 100,000.

America's fans wave the club's flags upon their arrival to the Azteca stadium to watch the season's final soccer match of the Mexican league against Cruz Azul in Mexico City, Mexico, Sunday, May 26, 2013.  America’s fans wave the club’s flags upon their arrival to the Azteca stadium to watch the season’s final soccer match of the Mexican league against…

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