Top 10 most romantic places to propose in the world

Thinking about popping the question? Here are the ten most romantic places to propose in the world that will ensure they say yes!

After buying the ring, the next all-important aspect of any proposal has to be the location. If you’re planning the ultimate proposal, you need to do it at one of the most romantic places to propose in the world.

With jaw-droppingly beautiful locations dotted around the world, there are dozens of options when it comes to planning a place to propose.

From seaside hideaways to bucket list experiences, there are many things to consider when picking the perfect location. Here are the ten most romantic places to propose in the world.

10. Juliet’s Balcony, Verona, Italy – a cult classic

Juliet's Balcony is a cult classic.
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If you’re hoping to marry a literary fanatic, then this has to be the best place to pop the question.

This magical location overlooking the picturesque city of Verona in Italy is available to make a private love declaration to your soul mate. Enjoy exclusive use of the balcony for ten minutes while a photographer captures the special moment.

Address: Via Cappello, 23, 37121 Verona VR, Italy

9. Lake Bled, Slovenia – arguably one of the most romantic places to propose in the world

Lake Bled is one of the most romantic places to propose in the world.
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This village is like something from a fairytale, with a bright blue lake surrounding an island with a stunning church.

Pop the question on a boat ride out to the island, which is sure to send tingles down your spine. Or our favourite has to be as the sun rises over the lake, illuminating the island below.

Address: 4260 Bled, Slovenia

8. Mount Pahia, Bora Bora, French Polynesia – internationally acclaimed

Mount Pahia is magical.
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This proposal location alone will ensure your special someone will say yes, not that they needed any more encouragement!

With white sandy beaches, tropical waters, and magnificent sun, this is truly an island paradise. So, why not hold a magical beach proposal while admiring Mount Pahia in the distance?

Address: Bora Bora, French Polynesia, French Polynesia

7. Table Mountain, Cape Town, South Africa – one of the wonders of the world

Table Mountain is one of the most romantic places to propose in the world.
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Nothing says “I love you” like an epic proposal at one of the wonders of the world, especially at sunset. This is definitely one of the most romantic places to propose in the world as it offers jaw-dropping views.

While surrounded by the world’s natural beauty, why not kick start your future by popping the question?

Address: Table Mountain (Nature Reserve), Cape Town, South Africa

6. Grotta Palazzese Hotel, Polignano A Mare, Italy – an epic restaruant proposal

Grotta Palazzese Hotel is a bucket list-worthy dining experience.
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This beautiful and exclusive restaurant is located in a cave and overlooks the Adriatic Sea.

Having been awarded one of the most beautiful restaurants in the world, it is easy to understand why this is such a popular place to propose.

This romantic restaurant should be on everyone’s bucket list of places to eat, whether you are proposing or not.

Address: Via Narciso, 59, 70044 Polignano a Mare BA, Italy

5. Cliffs of Moher, Co. Clare, Ireland – a spellbinding location

The Cliffs of Moher are one of the most romantic places to propose in the world.
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Located on the west coast of Ireland, the infamous Cliffs of Moher make for a romantic backdrop.

Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, your soulmate is sure to be so spellbound by the magic of the waves that they won’t see your proposal coming. With plenty of magical spots along the cliffs to choose from, the possibilities are endless.

Address: Lislorkan North, Co. Clare, Ireland

4. Hamilton Island, Australia – extremely romantic

Hamilton Island is an extremely romantic spot.
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If you’re looking for that wow factor, then One Tree Hill on Hamilton Island in Australia has to be one of the best places to propose.

Overlooking the turquoise blue waters of the Whitsundays and neighbouring islands, the mood is certainly set. The perfect time to get on one knee has to be as the sun begins to set over the horizon.

Address: Whitsundays QLD, Australia

3. Cappadocia, Turkey – a bucket list experience

Cappadocia is one of the most romantic places to propose in the world.
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If a magical sunrise proposal in what is arguably one of the most picture-perfect locations in the world, then propose in Cappadocia.

As balloons begin to take to the skies, seize the opportunity to make the most of the rest of your life with that special someone. If you have extra cash to splash, then definitely propose onboard a hot air balloon!

Address: Cappadocia, Turkey

2. Lombok Lodge, Indonesia – for an oceanside proposal

Lombok Lodge is very luxurious.
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If turquoise blue waters and luxury seem like your ideal type of proposal, then look no further than Lombok Lodge.

With opportunities to have a helicopter get involved in your proposal as well as your very own private beach, this is definitely one of the most romantic places to propose in the world.

Address: di belakang Oberoi Hotel Lombok, Jl. Pantai Medana, Sigar Penjalin, Tanjung, North Lombok Regency, West Nusa Tenggara 83352, Indonesia

1. Angel Falls, Venezuela – one of the most romantic places to propose in the world

Angel Falls tops our list of most romantic places to propose in the world.
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Beneath the world’s tallest waterfall is where you will find this epic proposal location. While it is quite the trek to get to this natural beauty, it is worth it for memories that will last a lifetime.

Your partner will be probably too busy admiring the beauty to notice you fumbling for a ring, so the pressure is off!

Address: 8011, Bolívar, Venezuela

Aoife O'Mara
Aoife O'Mara is a travel-hungry 21-year-old from East Clare. Having returned from a gap year in Melbourne, she discovered a newfound appreciation for the place she calls home. Now studying communications and media production in Griffith College Dublin, she is also writing for the university's magazine. When not dreaming about future trips and adventures, she can be found petting dogs, exploring Ireland's lakes and rivers, and taking photos.

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