Love in Asheville: Valentine’s Day Itinerary to Make You Swoon

Valentine’s Day is less than one week away, which means it’s time to plan that special something, for that special someone. This is one of our favorite holidays every year because we get to see couples young and old, fall in love all over again. While you are busy planning each detail of the day, you can leave the driving to Asheville Premier Transportation. We are available for full day rental or by the hour to chauffeur you and your date throughout the city in style. We can even hit that sunset on the Blue Ridge Parkway you’ve been dreaming about. Thinking more of a “Galentine” with your besties? We can pick up the whole crew! All it takes is one call and we begin setting up your trusted and luxurious ride. Here’s a  few of our favorite ideas for this year’s Valentine’s Day trip itinerary that will surely make you say those three special words…”I heart Asheville.”


A sweet surprise.


While dinner is a definite, may we recommend, life is short, eat your dessert first. Start your romantic time in Asheville a couple days early at French Broad Chocolate Lounge. On Feb. 10, they are hosting a free, fun, family-friendly sensory chocolate tasting at their factory at 21 Buxton Ave. in Downtown Asheville. Guests will be able to sample the seasonal confections in their Aphrodisiac Collection at their experience tables, sip bubbly, hot chocolate and coffee, and nibble on savory snacks.




A table for two.


A Valentine’s Day dinner is a must do no matter where you are. However, if you are in Asheville, this changes everything. As you may know, Asheville is known as one of the greatest foodie cities in the nation. Asheville’s independently-owned restaurant represent the spirit of this culinary city. With over hundreds to choose from, we recommend starting your search on Asheville’s Independent Restaurant Association (AIR) calendar of events. Click HERE and fall in love with an array of Valentine’s Day culinary events in Asheville.





Twilight in the mountains.


Craggy Gardens – About 20 miles up from Asheville on the Blue Ridge Parkway, Craggy Garden offers a 360 degree panoramic of the stunning vistas of the Blue Ridge Mountains. During the chilly winter months, bring a cozy blanket, and a cup of tea or coffee (because they love you latte) and trek up the ridge to watch the awe-inspiring sunset that falls from the sky each evening and melts into the sea of mountains.





Glamour on Board: Fashion from Titanic the Movie

The luxurious travels and fashionable style of one of the greatest love stories in history are currently on display at the stunning Biltmore Estate with a new exhibition, Glamour on Board: Fashion from Titanic the Movie. The exhibit takes you to the romance and passion of the era with more than 45 film dazzling costumes from the iconic film—representing the extensive wardrobes required by transatlantic travelers like George and Edith Vanderbilt in the early 1900s. This is the first large-scale exhibition of fashions from Titanic, which won a record 11 Oscars including Best Picture and Best Costume Design.