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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