These cities are full of smooch-worthy opportunities, so grab someone special and get going.
"When in Rome," the old saying goes, "do as the Romans do." In the 10 vacation destinations that follow, this ancient adage promotes public displays of affection with that special someone you brought along (or maybe just met). These are places where handshakes are eschewed in favour of hugs and kisses, and where wild nightlife, ravishing scenery, outrageous parades and feisty festivals fuel a PDA-friendly atmosphere of uninhibited romance. In short, if you want to add some passion to your next getaway, it may be as simple as showing up.
* Bing: Best places in the world to kiss
Brothers Aarne and Lasse Aatsinki are the cowboys of the Arctic. Their family leads a collective of traditional reindeer herders that manages the last ... More Brothers Aarne and Lasse Aatsinki are the cowboys of the Arctic. Their family leads a collective of traditional reindeer herders that manages the last group of wild reindeer in all of Finland. "Aatsinki: The Story of Arctic Cowboys" is a documentary film that follows a year in the life of the Aatsinki family. Learn more at http://arcticcowboys.com/. See more footage in the interactive experience at http://www.aatsinkiseason.com/.
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