If you are one among those lucky ones who have fallen in love and wish to plant the first kiss on the pouts of your beloved, then you can make sure that it takes place at a memorable location. You can plan a surprise travel to the best iconic kissing locales to impress your love greatly.
Buckingham Palace in London
Royal couple shared their first kiss in this splendid locale that was witnessed by thousands of happy people. The balcony of this palace had Prince William and Catherine Middleton share two kisses soon after their wedding. The balcony also witnessed another royal couple have their first kiss after wedding – Prince Charles and Princess Diana.
Halona Cove in Hawaii
This small beach is situated near Hanauma Bay that featured the lip lock of the film, Here to Eternity between Burt Lancaster and Deborah Kerr in the year 1953. The kiss was filmed amidst the rolling waves of the Hawaii beach.
Times Square, New York City
Many romantic couples have shared a kiss at this memorable location that had George Mendonsa, a navy quartermaster and Greta Zimmer, a dental assistant share a kiss to seal their all-American love against the violence of war.
Belvedere Palace Museum, Vienna
This museum has the best work of Gustav Klimt that reflects a couple sharing a fictional kiss. This painting was created during the 1900s and features gold leaves embellishment. The painting has the kissing male planting a peck on the female’s cheek in Austria’s capital.
The Rodin Museum in Paris
This museum features a romantic work of Auguste Rodin, a sculpture known as The Kiss. With rose gardens in its backdrop, the stunning masterpiece has two secret lovers by names, Francesca and Paolo engrossed in a deep kiss. This marble sculpture was moved to France in the 1900s.
Verona in Italy
Romeo and Juliet, the fictional lovers of Shakespeare shared a kiss and exchanged few words in the balcony located in Verona in Italy. Though it was an imaginary story by the legendary writer, the balcony is actually true and is a part of the Juliet’s House, a former Inn by name Casa I Giuletta and the Cappello family that stayed here was the source of inspiration behind the story.
A photograph was highly circulated during the Stanley Cup Finals that had Australian Scot Jones and his Canadian girl friend Alex Thomas kissing in the street midst lot of chaos happening on the street. Jones actually wanted to offer comfort to his upset girl friend and was soon caught by the lens of a photographer as the police had cleared the streets of the city. Following this, Vancouver Street found a place among best iconic kissing locales list.