7 romantic places to propose to your love

Source: Mart Vares

7 romantic places to propose to your love

Source: Mart Vares

The right company can make any place feel like the top of the world, but sometimes you're looking for an extra special location to ask a very important question: will you marry me?

Take your significant other on a holiday they'll never forget by proposing to them at one of these stunning sites. The most magical day of the year is just around the corner – July 7th, 2017 (7.7.2017). Even if you're not ready to propose, these romantic spots are perfect date ideas too!

Be mine?

There are locations and vibes in Estonia to fit any couple's personalities. 

Photo by: Mart Vares

Osmussaare Island

Osmussaare is a small island off Estonia's northwestern coast which was once home to coastal Swedes. The island's secluded nature means you need to order a ferry to get there from the nearby port of Dirhami. Hike past limestone bluffs, breccia boulders, juniper trees and an old lighthouse to the ideal proposal spot: the ruins of a 16th century chapel.

Strolling hand in hand 

The Swan Pond and green pathways of Kadriorg Park in summer.

Photo by: Marleen Valdma

Kadriorg Park Villa

Take a stroll through the sweeping park surrounding Kadriorg imperial palace to Mon Repos restaurant. Housed in a villa on the park's edge, Mon Repos features a vintage interior and fine cuisine. During the 1920's it was an elite Tallinn hangout complete with cabaret and casino. Take your love up the lookout tower with views over Kadriorg and the sea.

Soaring hearts

Couples can book a "Walk on the Edge" of the 175m Tallinn TV Tower. 

Photo by: Tõnu Tunnel

Tallinn TV Tower

The Tallinn Television Tower has the highest viewing platform in northern Europe, at 175 metres above the ground. Panoramic views of Tallinn and its surroundings can be enjoyed from the tower's restaurant, while adventure seeking couples can go a step further. For a really big surprise, ask the question while you're both suspended in the air, walking around the edge of the viewing platform.

Together in nature 

Kilometres of tranquil beaches and the charming white nights of summer are mesmerising. 

Photo by: Mart Vares

Tori Hell Cave

On the banks of the Tori river, near Pärnu, lies a mysterious cave carved from sandstone. According to local legend, the cave was the entrance to hell. Not as gloomy as the name suggests, Tori Hell is a great place to light some candles, pack a picnic and ask your beloved to marry you. The location will make for a great story!

Art noveau romance 

The eye-catching architecture of Villa Ammende is one-of-a-kind. 

Photo by: Toomas Tuul

Sunset dining in Pärnu

The seaside town of Pärnu already exudes romance, so head to one of its best restaurants at Villa Ammende. Arrange a sunset dinner in the tower for two with the finest local fish, vegetables and herbs just a stone's throw from the famous white sand beach. The striking art noveau villa is also a luxury hotel, so make a weekend of it.

On top of the world 

Suur Munamägi observation tower, the highest point in the Baltics, at night.

Photo by: Martin Mark 

Suur Munamägi Tower

Suur Munamägi, the tallest point in Estonia and all the Baltic countries, measures 318 metres above sea level. The observation tower stands a further 29 metres tall, giving visitors a viewing range of 50 kilometre over the surrounding South Estonian forests. Take your love to the top.

Sõrve Point

On the southwestern tip of Estonia's largest island, Saaremaa, is a peninsula called Sõrve. Sõrve is a mythical place, tapering off into a trail of islets. The tip of Sõrve is closer to Latvia than to mainland Estonia, and offers lots of peace for couples seeking to share their special moment only with eachother and nature.

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