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Grab Bae & Book A Flight To One Of These Last-Minute Romantic Destinations

Want to get away with your bae on short notice? Have no fear.

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Sometimes, you don't realize you need a baecation until you've finished a hectic week at work, which has left little to no time to spend with your love.

If you've find yourself needing some rest and relaxation with your significant other on short notice, have no fear. Below, there are plenty of last-minute romantic destinations that you and your partner can plan and book at a whim, just in time to celebrate the month of love:

Quebec, Canada

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Saint Paul Street in Montreal at night in Quebec

Gather all your warm clothes, snow boots, and passport to take advantage of last-minute flight deals to Quebec, Canada. Easily one of the most beautiful and romantic places, Quebec is without a doubt a contender for a wonderfully romantic last-minute getaway.

Wander through Old Quebec admiring the historical architecture and delightful local shops. Explore the Montmorency Falls, a striking waterfall sure to ignite some romance. Then, finish your day off with fine dining at one of the many chic, luxury hotels. Once you're done, grab your beloved and curl up in front of a fire with a glass of wine.

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