Valentine’s Day celebrated on February 14th, makes this month identical to the month of love. Celebrating Valentine’s Day doesn’t always have to be about love letters or chocolates. Here are some of the different Valentine’s Day celebrations in various countries:
A single woman in England used to place five bay leaves in their pillow on the eve of Valentine’s Day, believing it would bring her soul mate.
Some Welsh people celebrate Valentine’s Day by giving wooden spoons that are carved with ornaments as a sign of love for their partner. It’s a tradition that dates back to the 17th century when young men in Wales expressed their feelings with a spoon called a love spoon.
Italians celebrate Valentine’s Day as a Spring Festival. Unmarried girls will wake up before dawn to look for their future husbands. They believe that the first man they meet on Valentine’s Day represents their future soulmate. Those who already have a partner usually celebrate this day of love with a romantic dinner and gift exchange.
These are some of the Valentine’s Day celebrations in various countries, some common and some unusual. If you want to surprise your partner, Amalia Hotel can make your romantic dreams come true by providing Romantic Room facilities.
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