Valentines Day Travel

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and if you’re still trying to plan a romantic weekend getaway, you may be wondering where to go. Our EWR Airport parking company has come up with a short list of five great cities to bring your loved one. There are plenty of things to do and things to see at each destination.


If you’ve never been to Philly, Valentine’s Day weekend is a great time to go. You’ll get the vibe of Manhattan without all of the tourists and without the high prices. Plus, the city of brotherly love boasts some incredible restaurants (try Bibou for a taste of French cuisine or Little Fish for some delicious seafood) and a huge beer and cocktail scene. Right now, you can find several hotels right in center city for under $200.


When it comes to old Southern charm, no one has more of it than Savannah. With its quaint cobblestone streets and beautiful, historical architecture, the city is the perfect setting for a romantic weekend. Take a riverboat dinner cruise along the Savannah River, head to an exciting concert, or take a horse-drawn carriage ride through the historic district. Right now, hotels in the center of the city are going for around $250.


If you’re looking for the perfect coastal getaway, check out Rockland, Maine. This small city is famous for its rocky shores and abundance of inlets. From museums to ferry rides to restaurants, you’ll enjoy a quaint, quiet Valentine’s Day weekend. We suggest trying out Primo, one of the best Mediterranean restaurants in Maine, or In Good Company, known for its fine wine and fresh food.


With its many waterfronts and variety of architectural styles, Boston is a beautiful city to spend the weekend. You’ll find plenty of rich history, delicious food, and beer. In fact, you can take a tour of the Samuel Adams Brewery, Harpoon Brewery, and Cambridge Brewing Company, all within a three-mile radius. Right now, you can find hotels in the middle of the city for less than $200.


If you’re looking for a little slice of secluded heaven, head to Hawaii’s fifth largest island, Moloka’i. The island’s motto, “Slow down, you’re on Moloka’i,” sets the perfect tone for a relaxing, sunbathing-filled weekend. You can also learn about the rich history of the island and enjoy some of the native’s culinary specialties. There are several hotels on the island, with rates from $150 to $300.

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