Vancouver ranks among world’s most popular Valentine’s Day destinations

Love is in the air... especially in Vancouver

Vancouver was recently named among the best cities in the world to find love, as well as the top spot for Torontonians to travel to on Valentine’s Day.

Now, Allianz Global Assistance, a global travel insurance company, has ranked the most popular Valentine’s Day destinations for U.S. lovebirds around the world.

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What’s more, Vancouver made the top ten most popular international cities, placing fifth. In addition, a second Canadian city, Toronto, made the top ten, placing sixth.

Cancun ranked number one among the international sections, with San Juan, Puerto Rico taking the second spot. Following this, San Jose Del Cabo, Mexico, placed third.

New York took the top spot among domestic cities for U.S. love birds, with Los Angeles placing second. Seattle took third, with San Fransisco and Miami places fourth and fifth respectively.

For the ranking, the group looked at bookings made between February 7 -11 and February 14-18 via travel partners offering their insurance packages.
Valentine’s Day Destinations


1. New York
2. Los Angeles
3. Seattle
4. San Francisco
5. Miami
6. Chicago
7. Atlanta
8. Boston
9. Phoenix
10. Las Vegas


1. Cancun, Mexico
2. San Juan, Puerto Rico
3. San Jose Del Cabo, Mexico
4. Nassau, Bahamas
5. Vancouver, Canada
6. Toronto, Canada
7. Mexico City, Mexico
8. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
9. Oranjestad, Aruba
10. Montego Bay, Jamaica

With files from Relax News.

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