4 Most Popular Locations to Propose
Everything about proposals should be important –the ring, the words, the surprise, and of course, the location. Though a little cliché, people from all over the world flock to a few special locations to propose to their loved ones. So if you are about to propose to the love of your life and want to do it in a classic, never-fail place, here are the four top choices.
Paris, Venice, New York, Agra – these are the top 4 romantic, exotic and timeless places which see more proposals than anywhere else in the world.
The Eiffel Tower in Paris, France

The Eiffel Tower has undoubtedly become the iconic romantic place in the world. Thousands of people propose and get proposed to in front of the Eiffel Tower every day, but that doesn't make it any less romantic.

The Champ de Mars, which is the green pasture under the Eiffel Tower, is often the most popular choice. However, it is usually crowded and busy, and not really a good idea if you want a flawless picture of your proposal with no one in the background. For a more secluded option, a better location is the small footbridge near the tower with its view, called Passerelle Debilly. The Pont de Bir-Hakeim, with the metro rail running above and a few pedestrians alongside, also has a distant but a very romantic view of the Eiffel Tower.

On a Gondola in Venice, Italy
Another popular but romantic way to propose in while riding a gondola in Venice with your loved on. Gondola rides are popular for a reason – they truly are magnificent. Couples flock to Venice not just because it is an extremely beautiful city, but also a ride in the evening with a significant other while the Gondolier is singing of love and passion could be the most romantic experience for a couple.

However, Gondola rides are quite expensive and usually shared with a group, not exactly the ideal situation for a romantic proposal. If you don't want other people staring while you profess your love and promises, it's better to stop thinking about your wallet and hire the whole Gondola for the best few moments of your life.

On top of the Empire State Building, New York City, USA

Anyone who loves Hollywood movies know just how iconic this location is for the romantics at heart. From "An Affair to Remember" to "Sleepless in Seattle", women (and a few men) have swooned at the idea of being proposed to or to propose to someone on the top of the Empire State Building, with the amazing view of New York behind.

Beware: the waiting line can be quite long, especially on the weekends since it is not only couples who come up here for proposals, but native New Yorkers and other tourists, as well. If you pay extra, you won't have to wait in line for long but can be done with the proposal in a matter of minutes. After all, no one wants to be exhausted and look tired on this important moment, do they?

In front of the Taj Mahal in Agra, India
What better place to propose to love someone forever than in front of a building constructed for love. The eternal beauty of the Taj Mahal is not only illuminated because of its mesmerizing location and amazing design, but due to the fact that it was constructed by the grieving Emperor Shah Jahan for his wife Mumtaj Mahal after her death.

The Taj Mahal is a crowded place as well, busy with the thousands of native and international tourists who come here to experience the feeling of peace and beauty. But if you are patient enough, you can find a secluded location to propose as well as to get a picture of the moment!


Conclusion
If a proposal is approaching in your life, isn't that the best reason for some traveling? Do it on a special place and it will be a memory to cherish forever, and what better place than these 4 popular choices above?

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