36 Most Romantic Cities in Europe

Do you love travelling together as a couple but have yet to decide which city to visit? We’re sure deciding can be a little overwhelming with so many options. To help you, we’ve narrowed the list to the 36 most romantic cities in Europe. We researched each city and considered factors like fun activities, beer prices, cafe options, and upscale restaurants for a romantic dinner date.

Whether you’re celebrating a milestone in your relationship or just looking for an exciting way to spend time together, check out these cities and start planning your romantic getaway!

At the bottom of the article, we have added a price comparison where you can compare all the prices of these romantic cities. This way, you can easily see where you can go on a small (or large) budget. If you want to save even more on your trip, all our discount codes for hotels and flights can be found on our travel and holiday deals page. 

Madeira, Portugal

Playfully explore Madeira by Tuk Tuk and see the city differently! One of Madeira’s top attractions is the Monte Palace Tropical Gardens. Containing thousands of exotic plants and animals, these gardens are perfect for a day trip. If you are still looking for something more peaceful, you can visit the island of Porto Santo. Porto Santo’s sandy beaches are serene and stretch over 9km. Take a beautiful 7km walk to the Ponta de São Lourenço, enjoy stunning views, and finish the day trip with a picnic. You can also opt for the slightly longer Levada do Norte route. This ends at the Cabo Girão viewpoint, where you can see kilometres of coast and cliffs!

Porto, Portugal

Porto is a super fun city to go to together. Porto was voted the best European holiday destination in 2014 for a reason. It is also known as ‘Cidade Invicta,’ or the unconquered city. Porto is known for its history, architecture, culture and, of course, delicious local cuisine. You can enjoy walking along the River Douro (the golden river) here or do a helicopter flight together and see the city and beautiful riverbed from the top. On a river cruise, you can enjoy the stunning scenery, many bridges, and unusual structures. Other tips include visiting the 19th-century Palácio da Bolsa or enjoying the view of the squares and market stalls from the high terrace atop the Sé Catédral.

Lisbon, Portugal

Lisbon is the capital of Portugal, and the city is a perfect mix of historic castles, modern art museums and vibrant nightlife. The best way to explore Lisbon is without a plan. Have an excellent adventure together through the many winding alleys and be surprised. Go to the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum for free on Sundays or visit the huge maritime museum, Oceanarium of Lisbon, that the city is famous for. It is also fun to stroll together through the Alfama district, where you will find a cozy collection of bars, restaurants and narrow alleys. Alfama is one of Lisbon’s most comfortable and colourful districts and, therefore, definitely worth visiting.

Sintra, Portugal

Sintra is a beautiful town tucked between the hills of the Sintra Mountains or Serra De Sintra. As it is often a little cooler here than in the rest of Portugal, you will find many beautiful palaces, old houses and well-kept gardens of the rich who used to live in the city. Sintra’s many beautiful buildings and stunning views make it one of the best destinations to visit with your partner. When in Sintra, don’t forget to visit the historical centre, the Palace of Sintra, the Moorish castle high above the city (Castelo dos Mouros), the Palace of Pena,  and Quinta da Regaleira (beautiful gardens). Enjoy a full-day private tour in Sintra for as low as C$103 with Travala discount codes.

Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh is also known as ‘the Athens of the North.’ The city is ideal: big enough to do and see many unique things but still small enough to enjoy exploring the city on foot. Walk down the Royal Mile together and admire Edinburgh Castle, St Giles’ Cathedral and the Scottish Parliament building. Looking for a great view? Then climb Arthur’s Seat in Holyrood Park; after a steep climb, you’ll have stunning views of Edinburgh and the surrounding area. You can also visit Her Majesty’s Yacht Britannia. This is one of the most famous ships in the world and served as the Queen of England’s royal ship for 40 years. You can also visit Edinburgh’s old town and the National Museum of Scotland.

London, England

London is a lovely and famous city to visit with your date. Central London is huge, and there is a lot to do. For example, how about picnicking together on Primrose Hill and enjoying the view of London’s beautiful skyline? If you like good food, we recommend going to the Foodmarket in Camden Town (also known as Camden Market). You can have a great time shopping on Oxford Street, where almost all major department stores are located. Additionally, there are many Backyard Cinemas (a kind of open-air cinema) where you can plop down in a beanbag to rest after a busy day. If you still can’t decide and want to explore Londo for free, check out our article on Budget-Friendly Things to do in London.

Barcelona, Spain

Whether you go to Barcelona for the nice weather, the casual beach walks or the extraordinary architecture, Barcelona is the perfect city for a romantic getaway with your partner. An important part of your Barcelona itinerary is, of course, the Sagrada Família. If you want to go even higher, you can take a day trip to Mount Montserrat. Located about 50 km from Barcelona, this mountain is known for its breathtaking views and can be climbed by car or on foot. Some of the buildings not to be missed on your trip are Casa Batlló, The Palau de la Música Catalana, and Barri Gòtic, a beautiful old quarter built entirely in the Gothic style. Enjoy the culture and learn more about Spain’s history for less when you book a GetYourGuide for a wide selection of locations in Spain including Barcelona, Seville, Valencia, and more.

San Sebastian, Spain

Its local cuisine is undoubtedly one of the reasons why San Sebastian is a famous romantic destination in Europe. There are more Michelin stars per square metre in San Sebastian than anywhere else in the world! Still, you don’t have to be a millionaire to enjoy San Sebastian. You can eat delicious and affordable food in many places here. A famous San Sebastian dish is La Viña’s renowned cheesecake, a must-taste before heading back home. San Sebastian is also a perfect place to enjoy long walks and get fresh air. The La Concha Promenade is an ideal walkway to enjoy the fresh sea breeze in the evening while taking a stroll.

Valencia, Spain

Valencia is a beautiful city with a rich history, ideal for a romantic weekend or week away. Located on the east coast of Spain, the city offers access to several city beaches where you can sunbathe and swim. Valencia’s Mediterranean climate is also great for exploring the city. Visit the lush Turia gardens, buildings like the Silk Exchange and picturesque neighbourhoods like Ruzafa and Barrio del Carmen. On top of its beautiful scenery, you can also dine deliciously at a bargain price. You can do all this on foot or for a nice bike ride. And while you’re on your bike, take advantage of the famous City of Arts and Sciences, home to the largest aquarium in Europe!

Seville, Spain

This Andalusian capital is one of Spain’s most romantic cities. In the afternoon, for example, take a romantic stroll through Maria Luisa Park (Parque de María Luisa) or, as night falls, take a walk towards the beautiful arched bridge called the Puente de Isabel II (aka the Triana Bridge). A night in Seville is perfect to finish off with a flamenco show and a visit to one of the cozy terraces the city has. Almost all locals agree: Santa Cruz is one of the most romantic spots in Seville. This former Jewish quarter is within walking distance of the city’s most important monuments, and you’ll find a huge range of cozy squares with small, traditionally good eateries.

Bergen, Norway

Bergen is a colourful Norwegian city and Norway’s second-largest city. Bergen is also called the city between the seven mountains (the Syv Fjell). The highest mountain is the Ulrike, from which you can view the entire city. You can quickly go up here with one of the cable cars. Visit the fjords and be enchanted by Norway’s beauty. Stroll together past the Bryggen Hanseatic shipyard and explore wooden houses painted in all the colours of the rainbow. Fancy even more adventure? Hop on the Funicular cable car and enjoy views over the city and the fjords. Another fun activity is watching the fjords tower above you together from the water!

Venice, Italy

Venice is a city on everyone’s bucket list. The city is known for its ancient canals, countless gondolas and unique local restaurants. When you are on a gondola together, it sometimes seems like you are floating through a painting. Venice is packed with beautiful buildings, churches, and museums. Stroll along the grand canals or visit one of the 141 churches. Don’t get lost in this labyrinth of bridges and small alleys! Spending your days in Venice strolling from palaces to squares, checking out small art galleries and spotting cute souvenirs at one of the many stalls is an activity to remember. St. Mark’s Basilica, the Doge’s Palace and St. Mark’s Square are also great places to visit.

Rome, Italy

Rome has had a reputation as the world’s capital for centuries for good reason. The city is basically one big open-air museum. Rome has magnificent archaeological buildings, monuments, churches painted by famous painters and traditional Italian food. Rome was not built in a day, and it will take you more than one day to see everything! Throw coins into the Trevi Fountain together, admire the Colosseum and Pantheon, or unwind with the perfect espresso or handmade Gelato ice creams in the shade. Go shopping at Campo de’ Fiori or eat one of the most memorable meals of your life!

Cinque Terre, Italy

Cinque Terre means ‘the five countries.’ Cinque Terre comprises five beautiful villages in a mountainous area on the Italian coast. The area is so special that it has been included in UNESCO’s World Heritage List. This place has breathtaking views, steep mountain paths, and a laid-back lifestyle. Despite only a few thousand people, Cinque Terre is very popular with tourists and can be crowded. To avoid the crowds, it’s best to pack plenty of water and sunscreen and hike one of the hiking trails. The routes often start steeply, but the views of one of the most special places in Italy more than make up for this.

Amalfi, Italy

Amalfi is a town in the Italian province of Salerno. You will find the city by the sea between a deep ravine and the foot of Monte Cerreto. Being in Amalfi often makes you feel like you’ve landed in a movie. It is no wonder the Romans started building villas against the cliffs here: the views and streets are so beautiful that you almost feel like you are in an old James Bond film. The weather is always good, and the scenery is endlessly beautiful. Make sure you book holiday packages in time, as they can be jam-packed in high season. To make the most of your trip, you can climb the steep mountain paths together or check out the Valle delle Ferriere waterfall. Going canoeing or kayaking is also a great activity if you are feeling adventurous.

Palermo, Italy

Palermo is the capital of ever-sunny Sicily. The city is located on the edge of Europe but central to the ancient world. Its beautiful mosques and endless gardens reflect Palermo’s history as the main transit port from the Arab empire to Europe. This cultural mix makes Palermo rustic, striking and, above all, very special. Places not to be missed are the Palace of the Normans, the Palatine Chapel and the church San Giovanni degli Eremiti. If you love art and music, the Galleria d’Arte Moderna (GAM), the Museo Archeologico Regionale Antonino Salinas and a visit to Teatro Massimo are also essential!

Florence, Italy

Florence is set among the beautiful green hills of Italy’s Tuscany region. Visit the Galleria dell’Accademia and discover why Florence is internationally known for more than 1 million Renaissance works of art by famous painters such as Michelangelo and Da Vinci. Besides art, Florence is also the birthplace of many renowned fashion brands, such as Gucci and Roberto Cavalli. Take beautiful photos together at the Ponte Vecchio bridge and spend a long afternoon shopping at the shops in Santo Spirito Square. Tuscan cuisine is perhaps even more famous than its artists. Enjoy special local wines and dip freshly baked bread in olive oil. In other words, it is a wonderful destination for a romantic getaway!

Crete, Greece

Crete is one of the largest Greek islands. It is also known by its Venetian name, Candia. Apart from the four big cities, there is much more to do and see in this vibrant city. Crete has long sandy beaches, small mountain villages, beautiful bays, and nice beach bars. This island is ideal for water sports, swimming in the crystal clear sea or relaxing on terraces. There is also plenty to do culturally here, such as the famous Heraklion Archaeological Museum. When you have seen enough cultural things, you can go to Starbeach near Hersonissos to go crazy at one of the beach parties!

Santorini, Greece

Santorini is a volcanic island in the Aegean Sea, one of Greece’s most popular tourist destinations. Enjoy the impressive views of the beautiful sea together. Stroll along immaculate white sandy beaches or Kamari’s extraordinary black stone beach. You will find traditional Greek architecture, fine restaurants and the best wineries here. Walk down the 3-hour Fira walking trail together and take pictures of Santorini’s bespoke sceneries. If you have more time, you can go on an affordable Classic Greece and Santorini sailing tour with Encounters Travel.

Prague, Czech Republic

Prague, also known as the Golden City, is considered one of the most beautiful and romantic cities in Europe. Its centre is on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. Prague is a lovely city during all seasons of the year. The city is known for its many beautiful bridges and turrets, the highlight being Prague Castle. This is the largest castle in the world. One of Prague’s most romantic spots is on top of Petřín Hill; enjoy the amazing view together! While on a trip to Prague, don’t miss the Charles Bridge, Staroměstské náměstí (Old Town Square) and St Vitus Cathedral. Enjoy all of these and finish the day trip with local cuisines that offer delicious and authentic dishes at an affordable price.

Dubrovnik, Croatia

Dubrovnik is a Croatian city on the Adriatic Sea. The city’s old centre and grand city walls are a hidden gem and a must-see for tourists. Wander through a maze of alleys, old walls, museums and many tasty local restaurants. A good tip is to explore the city with a local guide. This is inexpensive, allowing you to see all the special places you might have walked past. The old centre, for instance, is most beautiful in the early evening when the streets are quieter. The Museum of the Croatian War of Independence is also highly recommended. Want a nice view of the city? Then go up on the Dubrovnik cable car; from here, you can see the entire old city in all its glory.

Budapest, Hungary

Budapest is a city with many different unique attractions perfect for romantic getaways. Explore the city on foot and enjoy the romantic view together from one of the many bridges over the Danube. After this walk, you can relax in one of the city’s 118 spas and Turkish steam baths. Budapest has been known as the city of food for decades—sample local specialties such as fresh apricot jam and delicious Hungarian wines in local stores. Budapest is the queen of the Danube; you’ll find everything from Roman ruins to Ottoman bathhouses. In short, it is the best destination for a romantic weekend away.

Vienna, Austria

If you’re looking for a romantic escape, visit Vienna, Austria. It is a lovely city to visit together on the Danube’s banks. Vienna has many museums, including the Art History Museum, the Albertina and the Liechtenstein Museum. See the famous works of Gustav Klimt and the extraordinary stations designed by Otto Wagner. Vienna is among Europe’s most walkable cities; everything is well arranged and not too far away from each other. Because they believe here that music and theatre should be accessible to all, you can attend a concert for as little as C$4.42. Circle around the First District around the Danube Canal by tram or cross the bridge to the Second District, a natural home of artists. 

Dublin, Ireland

Dublin is a remarkable city with lots of live music and cozy squares. But even if you are looking for peace and quiet, there is a perfect place in the middle of the city: St. Stephen’s Green. This park can be found on the city’s south side and is inspired by Central Park in Manhattan. The city is easy to explore on foot (check out FitVille for good walking shoes), but a Dublin 3-Day Freedom bus ticket is also a good idea to explore the city. There is also plenty to do just outside Dublin: go together to the Hill of Howth and, after the short climb, enjoy breathtaking views over Dublin Bay. In Dublin, the days are short, and the nights are long, so find a cozy pub from the more than a thousand quaint pubs. Sit by the fireplace, enjoy a spirited whisky together, or try the famous spicy Guinness beer. You can also spend your day in Dublin by visiting the Dublin Zoo or having a picnic in Phoenix Park.

Ljubljana, Slovenia

Ljubljana is the capital of Slovenia and one of the greenest cities in Europe. The city centre is car-free, leaving plenty of space for walking and cycling along the beautiful Ljubljanica River, which runs through the city. You can enjoy the evening in summer on one of the many terraces here. Ljubljana is one of the smallest capital cities in Europe. With only 280,000 residents, it feels as cozy as a village. You can stroll through the gardens of Tivoli (the city’s largest park), admire the Tromostovje (a triple bridge), climb the beautiful old Ljubljana castle or visit the Ljubljana Zoo together!

Brussels, Belgium

Brussels is a great city to explore with your partner. It is the European capital, and the European Union is based here in the Berlaymont building. Besides politics, there are also many remarkable museums in Brussels. One example is the René Magritte Museum, near Parc de Bruxelles, a beautiful park with long green hedges. You could also go to the Belgian Comic Strip Center together. Are museums not your thing? Then take a look at the Madame Moustache pub, this is a special pub where you can have very nice cocktails and where you can enjoy a party every night! You can eat delicious and unusual food in many places in Brussels. For example, go on the Tram Experience together. This tram is nicely renovated and runs through the centre of Brussels 6 days a week. Here, you can eat a delicious 6-course meal on board while watching the romantic streets of Brussels glide by. 

Bruges, Belgium

Bruges is also known as the Venice of the North. Bruges’ city centre is also included in UNESCO’s World Heritage List for its beautiful and historic centre. The endless canals, museums and old buildings create a pleasant, almost homelike, atmosphere that makes the city extra romantic. For example, take a guided tour together at Brewery De Halve Maan on Walplein and enjoy the gold of Bruges. Relax at the famous beguinage and combine it with the Minnewater Park. Take a walk around the city centre together while following the Bruges Art Route to discover the most beautiful spots outside the hustle and bustle of the city.

Berlin, Germany

Whether you go to Berlin together for the endless graffiti walls, many museums or the wild nightlife, the city is a lovely location for a city trip for almost all couples. Food is cheap, public transport is tremendously good 24/7, and the locals are friendly. A fun place to go in Berlin with your partner is Ritter Sport’s Bunte Schokowelt. This is a chocolate museum where you can also make your own Ritter Sport bars and taste many different types of chocolate! Berlin also has several impressive monuments that shouldn’t be missed on your trip, such as the Berlin Wall and the Holocaust Memorial.

Aix-en-Provence, France

Aix-en-Provence is a beautiful city on the Côte d’Azur in France. Visit the places that inspired world-famous painter Paul Cézanne by following the beautiful ‘Cézanne’ walking route while walking. Be surprised and dive into the world of optical illusions. Visit the Foundation Vasarely museum. Aix-en-Provence is known for its delicacies, so visit one of the many small sweets and local specialty shops to taste the real France. Take long strolls along the ‘Cours Mirabeau.’ This road, formerly used only by horses and carriages, is now one of the busiest roads in the city, where you can have a drink and eat out, too. The city is also known as a shopping paradise; there are many boutiques, and almost all major fashion brands have a branch here.

Paris, France

For newly-wed couples, we suggest spending your honeymoon in the city of love and having a romantic dinner by the dreamy Eiffel Tower. Paris has long been on the list of romantic places or top honeymoon destinations. Besides its romance, Paris is also known for its beautiful art; there are many world-famous museums like the Louvre, and street art is unprecedentedly popular. If you don’t feel like standing in a long queue at one of the famous museums, it is also fun to go on a Seine River cruise and see the beauty of Paris while sailing. Get a bottle of wine, a baguette and some cheese and enjoy the sunset together. Spend an afternoon exploring the small streets of Montmartre and end at the foot of the Sacré-Cœur for breathtaking city views.

Strasbourg, France

Strasbourg is a beautiful city to go to with your partner. The city is close to the German border. Because of this, the architecture and local culture combine French and German influences and may also remind you of Quebec City. There are lots of fun and special things to do and see in Strasbourg. A good start is Batorama’s boat tour; this 70-minute tour takes you past many of the most iconic sights you can see from the water. If you are feeling adventurous, you can climb Strasbourg Cathedral (note 144 metres high). You will have an unforgettable view of the entire city from the observation deck! Furthermore, the Musee d’Art moderne et contemporain de Strasbourg (MAMCS), the museum of modern and contemporary art, is highly recommended. Fancy playfully exploring the city? Go on a Segway tour together!

Aix-les-Baix, France

Aix-les-Bains is located low in the French Alps on the eastern side of Lake Le Bourget. Aix-les-Bains is a beautiful town and definitely worth a visit. As you walk around Aix-les-Bains, you will find a lot of beautiful architecture originating from the Belle époque. There are many spas and beautiful old hotels to enjoy together. The Casino Grand Cercle is the first casino ever built in France, and this can still be seen in its murals. An afternoon visit to Museum Faure is highly recommended, as is climbing Mont Revard together. From the top of the mountain (a 45-minute drive from Aix-les-Bains), the view is like being on an aeroplane!

Biarritz, France

Biarritz is the surf capital of Europe. Big surf brands like Billabong and Quicksilver have their home base here. You can learn to surf together here, but plenty of other fun things to do are also available. Get a breath of fresh air together on Côte des Basques, one of the most beautiful stretches of beach in the area. Climb the steep dunes and watch from a distance as the waves carry surfers towards the shore. You’ll find Rocher de la Vierge, a few minutes’ worth of walk from the centre. This unique viewpoint leaves a memorable impression with storms and on a beautiful day. There is also a fun aquarium for rainy days: head to the Aquarium de Biarritz if you want to look below sea level!

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Amsterdam is the largest municipality in the Netherlands. The city has lovely neighbourhoods, and you can do many romantic things together. Besides all the casual pubs, parks and countless canals, the city is also a cultural leader. You can visit the Rijksmuseum, van Gogh Museum, the Anne Frank House or Artis together. Relax in the Vondelpark or visit one of the many coffee shops and take the free ferry to Noord. If you want to see the city on a boat ride, consider taking the Lovers Canal Cruises to make your trip extra memorable. You can go during the day or at night for a more romantic atmosphere. 

Zurich, Switzerland

Breathe in the refreshing mountain air and smell of fresh chocolate together in one of the most romantic places in Europe. Go on a city trip to Zurich! Zurich is home to the world’s biggest chocolate brands, such as Toblerone. Would you rather enjoy breathtaking views of the city? Then visit the Hürlimann Thermal Baths & Spa Zurich, climb the Üetliberg, and enjoy your well-earned view of the city. Hiking in the beautiful Wilderness Park Zurich Sihlwald is a good idea for those who do not like crowds. Furthermore, you can go on a trip to Heidiland, which is high in the mountains, or visit Liechtenstein. 

Copenhagen, Denmark

If you’re looking to visit a more upscale city, then book a trip to Copenhagen. The people in Copenhagen are extremely friendly, with beautiful parks and museums and a colourful historic harbour worth visiting: the Nyhavn. Tivoli Gardens is also fun; it is a big, beautiful garden with many attractions and shows. Another thing you should see is the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek Museum. Rosenborg Slot and Christiansborg are also notable historical buildings with large gardens. For a delicious lunch, go to Torvehallerne near Nørreport station. And if you like cats, Café Miao on H.C. Andersens Boulevard is not to be missed! To enjoy all these for a good deal, check out Tours4fun for discounted tour packages.

Compare the 36 Most Romantic Cities in Europe

City Country Population Dinner Meal 0.5 litre beer Cappuccino Tourists per year
London England 8,799,800 C$137.24 C$35.04 C$10.22 C$5.84 19,233,000
Berlin Germany 3,677,472 C$87.60 C$17.52 C$5.84 C$5.02 5,959,400
Rome Italy 4,342,212 C$102.20 C$21.90 C$7.30 C$2.28 10,065,400
Paris France 2,102,650 C$91.98 C$21.90 C$10.22 C$5.53 17,560,200
Budapest Hungary 1,752,286 C$70.08 C$14.60 C$3.12 C$2.90 3,822,800
Vienna Austria 1,951,354 C$87.60 C$20.44 C$5.91 C$4.96 6,410,300
Barcelona Spain 1,620,343 C$87.60 C$21.90 C$4.38 C$3.11 6,714,500
Prague Czech Republic 1,357,326 C$74.46 C$16.06 C$3.39 C$4.32 8,948,600
Amsterdam Netherlands 921,402 C$94.90 C$21.90 C$7.30 C$4.80 8,354,200
Valencia Spain 789,744 C$65.70 C$17.52 C$3.65 C$2.73 8,600,000
Seville Spain 684,234 C$58.40 C$14.60 C$3.65 C$2.31 2,000,000
Palermo Italy (Sicily) 630,167 C$73.00 C$14.60 C$5.84 C$2.36 1,200,000
Crete Greece 624,408 C$51.10 C$14.60 C$5.11 C$4.02 4,700,000
Copenhagen Denmark 1,366,301 C$157.68 C$27.74 C$10.77 C$8.32 3,069,700
Lisbon Portugal 544,851 C$73.00 C$17.52 C$3.65 C$2.60 3,539,400
Dublin Ireland 592,713 C$124.10 C$29.20 C$8.76 C$5.58 5,213,400
Edinburgh Scotland 506,520 C$103.66 C$26.28 C$8.56 C$5.49 4,000,000
Sintra Portugal 385,654 C$73.00 C$17.52 C$3.65 C$2.63 20,000,000
Zurich Switzerland 415,215 C$208.78 C$37.96 C$11.93 C$8.15 3,300,000
Florence Italy 367,150 C$94.90 C$21.90 C$7.30 C$2.20 5,059,900
Ljubljana Slovenia 295,504 C$73.00 C$14.60 C$4.38 C$2.93 415,255
Bergen Norway 289,330 C$143.08 C$24.82 C$12.89 C$5.75 2,700,000
Strasbourg France 290,576 C$84.68 C$21.90 C$8.76 C$4.48 4,000,000
Madeira Portugal 251,060 C$58.40 C$11.68 C$3.65 C$2.19 1,800,000
Venice Italy 258,685 C$87.60 C$21.90 C$7.30 C$2.36 5,502,500
Porto Portugal 231,800 C$65.70 C$13.14 C$2.92 C$2.16 2,341,300
San Sebastian Spain 186,665 C$87.60 C$20.44 C$4.38 C$2.97 2,000,000
Brussels Belgium 1,235,192 C$109.50 C$24.82 C$7.30 C$5.07 3,942,000
Aix-en-Provence France 147,122 C$102.20 C$27.74 C$10.22 C$5.59 600,000
Bruges Belgium 118,509 C$116.80 C$26.28 C$5.84 C$4.43 8,300,000
Dubrovnik Croatia 41,562 C$87.60 C$14.60 C$4.86 C$3.21 1,500,000
Aix-les-Bains France 31,100 C$87.60 C$21.90 C$9.49 C$4.16 200,000
Biarritz France 25,885 C$94.90 C$21.90 C$10.22 C$4.38 3,000,000
Santorini Greece 15,550 C$73.00 C$27.74 C$6.21 C$6.94 2,000,000
Cinque Terre Italy 3,500 C$73.00 C$14.60 C$2.19 C$2.34 2,500,000
Amalfi Italy 5,480 C$58.40 C$20.44 C$7.30 C$2.29 5,000,000
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