beachchairsWhile Valentine’s Day clearly marks February as the designated month of romance, escaping for a few days alone with your sweetheart any time of year is always a good reason to nurture and celebrate your relationship. From beach towns and snowy cities to lighthouses and ships, Traveling Moms share their favorite places to snuggle with their partners away from the kids for a weekend. Here you’’ll find some Valentine’s Day specials as well as year-round romantic destinations.

New York City, there’s a new ship in town. Norwegian Cruise Line’s Norwegian Breakaway is making its home in New York City.

Home to the Shakespearan Festival of Oregon and several cozy Bed & Breakfasts, Ashland, Oregon is a favorite retreat for this TMOM.

Who would think of a jail (OK, a former jail facility) as a romantic destination? Check out the surprising honeymoon site for this Traveling Mom. She says it was incredible!

A four season playground, Colorado is a fun destination with and without kids. Standby TravelingMom shares a Valentine’s Day deal she found in Denver.

Park City is a great destination that offers a variety of romance and activity for the couple that wants the perfect combination of both.

For some, Baltimore makes the heart sing with its combination of historic and trendy, romantic and fun characteristics.
With its year-round mild climate and pristine beaches, California is an ideal romantic getaway any time of year.

The kids might be jealous but spending a night in a lighthouse can be a cozy retreat for a couple looking to get away from it all.

There’s more to New Orleans than Mardi Gras. An adventurous cuisine and romantic carriage rides make this a romantic city any time of year.