America's Most Romantic Cities

Boardwalk in San Diego, California
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James Blank

With the right travel companion, big cities can feel wonderfully intimate—and these stole the hearts of T+L readers.

No. 5 San Diego

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Readers ranked San Diego No. 1 for its weather, which remains enviably sunny and mild year-round. Maybe not surprisingly, the city also received No. 2 honors for both its athletic and attractive locals. No location brings all of those elements together like Pacific Beach, where you’re either cruising the three-mile boardwalk on your bike or Rollerblades, or watching those who do. After nightfall, head to downtown’s historic Gaslamp Quarter for dinner at Bice followed by cocktails at one of the many rooftop bars.

Boardwalk in San Diego, California

America's Most Romantic Cities

No. 5 San Diego

Readers ranked San Diego No. 1 for its weather, which remains enviably sunny and mild year-round. Maybe not surprisingly, the city also received No. 2 honors for both its athletic and attractive locals. No location brings all of those elements together like Pacific Beach, where you’re either cruising the three-mile boardwalk on your bike or Rollerblades, or watching those who do. After nightfall, head to downtown’s historic Gaslamp Quarter for dinner at Bice followed by cocktails at one of the many rooftop bars.

James Blank
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