Romantic

Romantic Travel Spots Off the Beaten Path

by Amy Plitt

VILLA FARNESINA

Rome, Italy

Take an early-morning trip to this 16th-century home, which top Italy travel specialist Brian Dore tells us is open to the public until 1pm during the week. While the grounds themselves are quite romantic—the Italian Renaissance building has open-air corridors that overlook lush gardens—perhaps the most enchanting spot is the loggia devoted to Cupid and Psyche. This particular gallery showcases a spectacular painting, by the Italian master Raphael, that tells the story of the God of Love and his bride. It's sure to inspire eros in you and your mate.

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