Love is in the air, so it's a good job we've got flights to some of the most romantic places on the continent.
If you want to surprise your partner with a river cruise in Paris, rooftop drinks in Madrid, or a night at the Ballet in Vienna, look no further.
Given we're fast approaching Valentine's Day we thought we'd ask for your go-to romantic city destination, including four of Europe's undoubted favourites in a hotly contested social media poll.
It was a close run thing but the results are in...
Vienna might have won the day however there's much to love about each of these city break favourites. Here's our guide to these four romance hotspots guaranteed to get you in the good books.
Oh, Vienna! As the birthplace of Mozart this is a city with a rich musical history. If classical music is your thing, or if you're just looking to try something new, get some tickets to the opera and take your seat at the city's legendary Wiener Staatsoper - one of the world's leading opera houses. One to tick off the bucket list!
There's a lot to love about Vienna. The city centre, featured on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage list, is packed full of character with baroque streets, buzzing cafe culture, and a real sense of history.
But what about the food? The Wiener Schnitzel, one of Austria's national dishes, is a must-try and a feature on most restaurant and bar menus, while Buchtein - a delicious sweet bun filled with jam - is found in many of Vienna's best cafes.
When in town book dinner at Amador or Silvio Nickol at Palais Coburg and you won't be disappointed.
If your idea of a romantic evening is kicking-back and enjoying the views from a rooftop bar, Madrid is likely the city for you. Order a glass of your favourite beverage, try some of the tapas the city is so famous for, and soak in the surroundings.
A city famous for its variety of brilliant bars and restaurants, arts scene, and fantastic parks, you're guaranteed a good time in Madrid.
If you do want to stretch the legs you should stop by the 118-hectare El Retiro - probably the most stunning park this city has to offer.
A city renowned for its blend of old and new, exploring Prague on-foot is a great way to see it at its best and sample the lively atmosphere it's so famous for.
Walk the historic streets, visit the Old Town Square - one of the most famous squares in Europe, and cross the Charles Bridge which dates back to the 1300s.
Add to this fantastic restaurants and bars, and you've got one of the finest city break destinations around. So much more than a party town, and perfect for your next romantic getaway.
Paris has long held a reputation for being one of the planet's most loved-up cities, and a cruise down the River Seine has to be among the most memorable things to do here.
It's without question one of the best ways to see Paris with attractions including the Eiffel Tower among those visible along the way. On land attractions such as The Louvre, Musee d'Orsay and the Arc de Triomphe are among the highlights.
With some of the world's best beer and chocolate, you're unlikely to go wrong with Brussels. The Belgian capital should be high on your list of city break priorities.
A stunning seaside capital ideal for a romantic trip away. Visit the beautiful islands, gorgeous parks, electric nightlife, superb restaurants and experience an authentic Finnish sauna.
Visit the city's iconic ruin bars and experience the nightlife Budapest is so famous for, spend your time relaxing at the thermal baths, and enjoy some of the gastronomic delights this 'food capital' has to offer. A firm favourite among couples taking a city break.
Florida is home to natural wonders befitting any bucket list along with some of the most idyllic coastal spots you'll find.
Transport yourself to 'heaven on Earth' where you'll find mouth-watering street food and breath-taking scenery.
If you're not thinking about Zurich for your next city break you may be missing a trick - from magnificent views from Uetliberg to the Old Town, there's so much to see.
Given the awesome architecture, hipster bars, and thriving cultural scene, we'd say Riga falls into 'hidden gem' territory - and who doesn't love a hidden gem?