Travelling together 'keeps romance alive'

12th Feb 2013

With Valentine's Day looming, city breaks and tailor made holidays may be just what couples seeking to keep the romance alive need.

For a study has found almost two-thirds (63%) of couples think a weekend away is more likely to inspire romance than giving a present.

The US Travel Association found 83% of those who travel together are satisfied with their relationship, with 72% claiming travel inspires romance.

The association's president and chief executive Roger Dow said the research proved long-standing anecdotal evidence that travelling together has a positive impact on people's relationships.

He added: "Couples who travel together have healthier, happier relationships compared to those who do not travel together."

Couples seeking to put the claims to the test have a host of destinations to choose from with short breaks in destinations such as Turkey, Morocco or Egypt a possibility.

Romantic adventurers also have the option of a trekking holiday in Peru or a tailor made holiday to Costa Rica, Nepal or Kenya.


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