Romance...passion...endless fretting about the most romantic place to eat. Yes, it's time for Valentine's Day.
To give you a helping hand, we've scoured the streets of five cities. Don't worry: we have you covered.
When a city has it all, it's got Valentine's Day sorted. The problem with New York isn't finding something to do on February 14: it's narrowing down your options.
If the weather's good, a stroll through one of the city's many beautiful green spaces - Central Park, of course but also Prospect Park and the Brooklyn Botanic Garden - is something not to miss. Our resident NYC expert picks out Prospect Park: and if I were you, I wouldn't argue with her.
The Portuguese capital is arguably Europe's underrated gem.
And if you're headed there this Valentine's, don't forget to read our expert's 3-day Lisbon guide.
The city of romance: walks along the Siene, views from the Sacré-Cœur, and incredible wine from absolutely anywhere.
For a less typical Valentine's Day, stay in and around the 11th arrondissement. It's still popular with tourists but has a real local vibe, and some of the best restaurants in the city.
A city so beautiful that its art even has a syndrome named after it: Stendhal syndrome, the feeling of becoming dizzy, confused, and maybe even hallucinating, in the presence of Florentine art.
Not a bad sell for a Valentine's Day date.
The Czech capital has many nicknames, including 'The City of Love'. Prague's picturesque Old Town is home to the oldest working clock in the world; the New Town (not so new: it got the name in 1348) is home to the ciy's beautiful botanical garden.
Spend your Valentine's Day afternoon in one of our handpicked Prague cafes, and your partner won't be disappointed.