With Valentine's Day just around the corner, you may be planning to take your special someone on a mini-vacation to get away from the city for some romantic R&R.\nREAD ALSO: McDonald's Canada Is Giving Away $1 Coffee All Month Long\nTL;DR Leading travel search engine, Kayak, has come up with a list of the top Valentine's Day travel destinations for residents in each major Canadian city. The list is pretty predictable and cliché. To check it out, read below.\nWith all of the possible choices and destinations to pick from, it isn't easy to plan that "perfect" holiday all by yourself. How much easier it would be if you were able to see where everyone else around you was travelling to?\nWell, now you can.\nKayak, the world's leading travel search engine, has comprised a list of the most popular Valentine's Day destinations for residents of each major Canadian city. Honestly, the list is pretty cliché.\nBut maybe you do need a typical vacation that you can count on being amazing and super romantic.\nFor all of those Canadian couples stuck on where to travel for their romantic escape, here's the official list of top destinations Canadians travel to for Valentine's Day, courtesy of Kayak.\nMontreal\nView this post on Instagram Paris Francia 🇫🇷 * * * * * #vacation #enjoy #paradise #live #millionaire #destinations #places #country #photography #happytime #people #lifeisgood #parisfrance #torreeiffel A post shared by The World & Nature (@the_worldand_nature) on Feb 1, 2019 at 9:57am PST\nFort Lauderdale\nCancun\nParis\nToronto\n@simpliejessieembedded via\nVancouver\nNew York City\nFort Lauderdale\nCalgary\nView this post on Instagram If you’re travelling with me there are three things that you can be certain of. Firstly, that I will do far too much research. Secondly, that running out of snacks will never be an issue. And finally, that most of the research from the first point will end up being wasted as plans change and morph and, if it is anything like this trip, completely fall apart at the seams. The clouds were thick, the roads were impassable and our self-proclaimed dirtbag tag along was not prepared for winter in the desert. We scrapped nearly all of our plans, doubled our driving time and even tossed in the towel a day early. Another morning of overcast skies in Kanab I decided to pop over to the BML office to see if my luck would turn around for Wave permits. I was not very optimistic and in all honesty was in a pretty bad mood. Ryan has travelled with me enough to know that this is the perfect time to offer up a coffee run. He returned just as they were about to draw the first number - it happened to be ours and my frustrations shifted to surprise as I leapt out of my seat. One more night and a frozen tent later we made an early morning pilgrimage to this place, somewhere I never imagined I would be able to see in my lifetime. ⠀ ⠀ @eddiebauer #liveyouradventure #ebcontributor A post shared by andrea ference (@vagabondhearts) on Jan 31, 2019 at 7:22am PST\nLas Vegas\nVancouver\nPhoenix\nEdmonton\nView this post on Instagram Grand Hotel Tremezzo #LakeComo 📸 @tashoakley #hotelsandresorts #grandhoteltremezzo 🇮🇹 A post shared by Hotels & Resorts Worldwide (@hotelsandresorts) on Feb 1, 2019 at 9:44am PST\nLas Vegas\nToronto\nPuerto Vallarta\nVancouver\n@vivrelejaponembedded via\nNew Delhi\nLos Angeles\nTokyo\nLike I said, the list is a bit predictable, but what did you expect? Vancouver travels to other cities that are just a bigger version of Vancouver, Montrealers travel anywhere that is either super hot or speaks French, and Toronto takes the most "adventurous" leap by travelling to... Vancouver.\nAt least now that you know where all of your friends and family will be travelling this year, you don't have to stress over your Valentine's Day retreat. Whether you follow the lead of other Canadians or come up with a completely new travel plan, anything is better than staying at home this year during Canada's winter madness.\nFor more information and to plan your next trip, visit Kayak HERE.