These Are the Most Romantic Places to Propose in the World

Pop the question at these spots for not just a "yes," but a "YAASSS!"

Updated 02/09/17

Sure, the first place you met or the spot of your very first smooch are poignant proposal places. But unless your first date took place at the splashy base of Victoria Falls, it probably didn't make our list of the world's most romantic proposal locations. #SorryNotSorry, but these breathtaking locales take the (wedding) cake when it comes to swoon-worthy places to pop the question. Seriously, this is the stuff proposal dreams were made of! So if you're ready to propose to your honey and have been racking your brain trying to think of the perfect spot to get down on one knee—relax, we've done the leg work for you. (No need to thank us.)

Wrought with romance and heavy on the jaw-dropping scenery, behold the top 14 places to propose in the whole wide world. If you think narrowing down this pretty planet's most romantic corners to a little more than a dozen was tough, yeah, you'd be right. But rest assured, you'd want to say "I do" to these gorgeous grounds.

First up is #14—the romantic, rocky landscape of Cappadocia, Turkey, where you can take your love to new heights in the region's infamous hot air balloon rides. Sliding into #13 is Bora Bora, Tahiti, where the sparkle of the island's surrounding turquoise blue waters could rival even that of brand new engagement bling. #12 is Quebec City, Quebec, where the snow-dusted, cobble stone streets will have anyone saying oui, oui! when you drop to one knee. And #11? Well, that's Tulum, Mexico, a trendy seaside town right on the country's coastline that's famous for the barefoot chic celebs sunning themselves on its balmy beaches.

Watch (and by watch, we mean drool over) the video above to see the rest of BRIDES' list of the world's most romantic proposal locations. By #1, you will have found your perfect popped question place—trust.

Now all that's left to do is choose the perfect engagement ring! (And book a plane ticket, of course...)

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