Enjoying A Little Romance While Traveling The World

A life of travel can be invigorating, inspiring, and fulfilling in so many ways. But it can have its drawbacks, too. Some sacrifices that you seemingly need to make to be able to enjoy the freedom to globe-trot to your heart’s content. A lot of people who love to travel find that their other loves, including their love life, can suffer. If you feel like you could use a little more romance on your travels, here are a few ways to do it.

Couple Traveling Together

Managing a Relationship while you Travel

Conventional dating, while you’re at home between your trips, is all well and good. However, when you get into a relationship, you’re going to find that barriers can be brought up by the distance that exists between you. There are ways to make your relationship work, but you have to be willing to put the work into them.

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This can include the importance of setting boundaries and managing feelings of jealousy to allow for a more independent life on both sides, but also the fact that you have to make time for communication and affection. You can’t ignore your relationship while you travel, nor can you let that relationship hold you back. If you can’t find that balance, it may be necessary to accept that something has to change.

Couple Traveling on Train

Find a Partner to Travel with

Perhaps one of the most effective ways to ensure that your relationship works while you’re out traveling the world is to bring your partner with you. If you’re able to find a partner that is willing and eager to join you on some, if not all, of your adventures, it can bring new life to both the relationship and the journey that you take.

Of course, it also means you have to make compromises. You might need to start planning destinations together, start taking time to split the itinerary or allow for moments of independent exploration on your trips, and so on. 

Travel Couple Sitting on the Street

Finding Romance on the way

It doesn’t necessarily need to be that you set up a relationship ahead of your journey and then try to manage it one way or another, either by increased communication or by bringing them with you. Sometimes, you can find romance on the way, at the places that you visit. Whether it’s with a local, another traveler, or otherwise, being open to romance on the road can make things a lot more fun.

Of course, you always have to prioritize your safety, including having dates in public spaces and trusting your instincts if anything starts to feel a little off. One important thing to do is to make sure that you manage your expectations. You might feel the flush of affection in the “honeymoon stage” of a vacation romance, but things will change after you move on and you should expect that.

Couple Traveling to Exotic Local

Enjoy some Remote Loving

Perhaps you tried maintaining relationships with people as you travel and found that it never really pans out? Perhaps the problem is that the expectations going into the relationship don’t match up to how it plays out? If that’s the case, then looking for a long-distance relationship might be something worth trying.

There’s no denying there are certain barriers to things like physical affection that are made tough by long-distance dating, but you can find ways to get around those. One of the most important things is being able to talk about the expectations of the relationship, including visits as well as the possibility of closing the distance as time goes on. It’s not for everyone but for those who travel, it can be a great fit.

Man and Woman Remote Dating

Make it a Hobby of yours

You don’t need to be in a relationship with someone to enjoy checking in for a little romance. It can feel a little awkward to get into the realm of anonymous romance, to begin with, but getting into things like chat lines, as well as chatting through dating apps, can help you enjoy a little flirtation, some compliments, and even something a little saucier if you’re feeling daring (and taking care to protect yourself and your identity.)

There are plenty of options, including free chat lines for gay or straight people, so you can be sure to find your means of injecting a little excitement without the need to commit. It can make things a lot cleaner and simpler if you’re on the move often.

Man and Woman Online Dating

Feel Love through the Places you go

Not to pose travel as both the cause of and solution to all of life’s problems, but sometimes it really can help you feel some of the romance that might feel you’re missing in your life. For one, romantic places are great places to meet romantic people.

But even visiting some of the most romantic cities in the world, taking yourself out for dates, and soaking up the lovely atmosphere of them can do you a lot of good. You don’t necessarily need a partner to feel romantic vibes, and treating yourself can be as just as important for feeling worth the love.

Romantic Couple in Paris

So, make romance part of your travel itinerary when you’re deciding on where to go next.

How about you? Do you have any romance while traveling the world tips? Do share!

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  1. Amber Myers says:

    I hope my husband and I can travel more when the kids have moved out. There are lots of places we’d like to visit.

  2. I’ve been dying to take a romantic getaway with my husband. I think it would be so much fun!

  3. Tara Pittman says:

    Traveling is the best time for romance. That is if I bring my husband with me.

  4. A romantic giveaway is always so needed and is perfect to experience during travels.

  5. Traveling surely is the best way for romance. Thanks for this post 🙂

  6. Terri Steffes says:

    My husband and I love to travel together. The planning, the actual travel and the memories made create bonding moments that we treasure.

  7. Melanie Edjourian says:

    A romantic escape with the husband would be lovely. We’ve not been away for ages. Not sure who’d watch the kids though.

  8. I love this. I would love to travel with just my husband sometime. I’m hoping that we’ll be able to at some point soon.

  9. Richelle Milar says:

    My husband and I would really want to have a romantic gateway maybe this year! Can’t wait!

  10. We travel pretty often even with the kids! We love it