Romantic Travel
A honeymooning couple on the deck of the Queen Elizabeth II radiates the joy of romantic travel. Photograph by Ken Kochey

Cool Clicks—Romantic Travel

In Traveler magazine’s January/February issue, we recommend five destinations that will have you lovestruck, including an island escape, a charming historic city, and a mountain hideaway. Here, we offer travel sites for the romantic at heart.
A monthly online magazine started by married travel writers. You’ll find candid reviews of resorts, bed-and-breakfasts, and hotels from staff writers who specialize in romantic travel—plus, details on top-notch honeymoon destinations and wedding spots.

Love-Track: The Relationship Network
A site devoted to helping you and your significant other maintain a healthy relationship offers a “Spirited Travel” section, with reviews of hot spots that cater to couples—plus, a question-and-answer section on how to make your travel romantic.
The Web site of a publisher famous for its steamy novels teaches couples about romantic beaches, cities, wine tours, beaches, cruises, hotels, and more. If you’re seeking relationship advice then vie to be “This Month’s Kisser.” Your dilemma will be posted so others can offer their take on a solution.

Romantic Travel Expo: Kissing Contest!
This annual event, which teaches you about romantic travel, has another trick up its sleeve. Couples who enter the “Kissing Contest” pucker up to win a trip to the Caribbean.

Romance 101
If you love reading the delicious love tales and woes printed in such magazines as Cosmopolitan, click no further. Romance 101—which aims to help even the most inadequate Romeo—offers samples of the top ten love letters, poetry, and tips.

Shop4Love touts its top-ten list of romantic getaways, which includes Hawaii, Jamaica, Tahiti, and Bermuda. More useful, however, is the actual love shop where you can order love—inducing kits, games, aromatherapy, and more.

The Best Places to Kiss
This Seattle travel-book publisher helps you find the best places to kiss in America. Online you can browse its book collection, read excerpts, and get travel tips.

This one-stop travel site offers advice, including recommendations on items that will make your vacation sizzle and tips on making simple travel moments, such as a morning stroll, romantic.

Editor’s Note: In this Web-exclusive department, we will regularly feature sites that offer a creative take on travel. Does your site have Cool Clicks potential? Tell us by e-mailing

—Researched by Meghan Aftosmis

Meghan Aftosmis is a Traveler magazine associate researcher.