This article was originally on GET.com at: 5 Real Life Fairytale Destinations All Couples Must Visit
Singapore is most likely the place where most of us met (or will meet) our other half and end up happily ever after.
While that's cool in its own right, which lovey dovey couple wouldn't dream of visiting gorgeous holiday destinations straight out of fairytales that we grew up reading and then fantasising?
These real life fairytale destinations that we at GET.com have gathered for you look incredible.
The visuals alone are tempting enough to make you want to jet off with your sweetheart in a heartbeat!
5 Real Life Fairytale Destinations For Couples
1. Mont Saint-Michel, France
I'm sure you agree that Mont Saint-Michel looks sublime and magical at the same time.
This island commune nestled all the way in Normandy, France, is basically a Disney castle in real life.
If you've watched Tangled, you would have noticed the semblance; the castle in the Disney animated film was inspired by none other than Mont Saint-Michel.
2. Hohenzollern Castle, Germany
First things first, the white fluff that you see in the picture above is - you guessed it - a cloud.
Standing more than 750 feet above Germany, it is no wonder that a trip up to Hohenzollern Castle is bound to send you on cloud nine.
Being an architectural masterpiece, beautiful, and full of historic nuances at the same time, this castle is so well-loved that it's many people's favourite castle in Germany.
3. Waitomo Glowworm Caves, New Zealand
Worms may make you squirm but these luminescent glowworms native to New Zealand will make you feel delighted and fascinated.
Put your urbanite front away and bask in wonderful nature already - I guarantee you'll marvel at the ethereal glow inside the Waitomo Glowworm Caves.
Don't these just remind you of a starry night?
In retrospect, the Blue Fairy in Pinocchio suddenly doesn't feel so fancy anymore.
4. The Dark Hedges, Northern Ireland
Ever thought of eloping into the woods with your significant other?
Well, you can do just that when you're at The Dark Hedges, but I can't guarantee that you won't be rubbing shoulders with other tourists though.
Planted back in the 18th century, these majestic beech trees are hands down one of the most photographed natural wonders in Northern Ireland.
Here's another fun fact - the stunning tunnel of trees that you saw on Game of Thrones is as real as it can be, and it's none other than The Dark Hedges.
5. Colmar, France
Located near Germany's border in the quaint town of Colmar, France, this charming little town makes one feel like he or she has just stepped foot into the village in Beauty and the Beast.
Although considerably small, this enchanting French town is a truly splendid destination for travellers looking to explore a town that looks just like a haunting postcard you'd pay good money for.
Want To Spice Up Your Relationship Without Spending Too Much Money?
Though I concede that occasional spendy indulgences like travelling and gifts are absolutely sweet and dear, there are priceless things couples can do to keep the spark alive in their relationship.
The most crucial takeaway is to always be each other's pillar of support, each other's biggest fan no matter how much of a cliche this sounds like.
Here are some inexpensive, fun and romantic ideas for couples who are watching their budgets. Cheers to love!
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