Valentine’s Day Special: How to say I LOVE YOU in all 50 countries in Europe

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Valentine’s Day is celebrated every year on 14 February. It is the holiday of love and lovers from all over the world express their feeling by sending greeting cards, candy hearts or even propose. No matter where you are in Europe or where your loved ones, friends and family are, you can still greet them in a creative way. Why don’t you impress them by learning how to say I LOVE YOU in all 50 countries in Europe.

1. Albania – Te dua (Albanian)

2. Andorra –T’estimo (Catalan)

3. Armenia –  Yes kez sirumem  (Armenian)

4. Austria – Ich liebe dich (German)

5. Azerbaijan – Men seni severam (Azeri)

6. Belarus – Ya tabe kahayu (Belarusian)

7. Belgium – Ik hou van jou (Dutch)

8. Bosnia & Herzegovina – Volim te (Bosnian)

9. Bulgaria – Obicham te (Bulgarian)

10. Croatia – Volim te (Croatian)

11. Cyprus – S’agapo (Greek), Seni Seviyorum (Turkish)

12. Czech Republic –  Miluji te (Czeh)

13. Denmark –  Jeg Elsker Dig (Danish)

14. Estonia – Ma armastan sind (Estonian)

15. Finland – Mina rakastan sinua (Finnish)

16. France –  Je t’aime (French)

17. Georgia – Mikvarhar (Georgian)

18. Germany – Ich liebe dich (German)

19. Greece – S’agapo (Greek)

20. Hungary – Szeretlek (Hungarian)

21. Iceland – Eg elska tig (Icelandic)

22. Ireland –  Taim i ngra leat (Irish)

23. Italy –  Ti amo (Italian)

24. Kosovo – Te dua (Albanian)

25. Latvia –  Es tevi miilu (Latvian)

26. Liechtenstein – Ich liebe dich (German)

27. Lithuania – Tave myliu (Lithuanian)

28. Luxembourg – Ech hun dech gaer (Luxemburgeois)

29. Macedonia –  Te Sakam (Macedonian)

30. Malta – Inhobbok (Maltese)

31. Moldova – Te iubesc (Moldovan)

32. Monaco – Je t’aime (French)

33. Montenegro – Volim te (Serbian)

34. The Netherlands – Ik hou van jou (Dutch)

35. Norway –Jeg elsker deg (Norwegian)

36. Poland – Kocham cię (Polish)

37. Portugal – Eu te amo (Portuguese)

38. Romania – Te iubesc (Romanian)

39. Russia – Ya lyublyu tebya (Russian)

40. San Marino – Ti amo (Italian)

41. Serbia – Volim te (Serbian)

42. Slovakia -Lubim ta (Slovak)

43. Slovenia – Ljubim te (Slovenian)

44. Spain – Te quiero (Spanish)

45. Sweden – Jag alskar dig (Swedish)

46. Switzerland – Je t’aime (French),  Ich liebe dich (German)

47. Turkey – Seni Seviyorum (Turkish)

48. Ukraine – Ya tebe kahayu (Ukrainian)

49. United Kingdom – I love you (English)

50. Vatican City – Ti amo (Italian)

 

[Fun Fact about Bulgaria]: Valentine’s Day has Catholic origins so it’s contraversary if it should be celebrated in Bulgaria which is an Orthodox country. BUT on 14 Feb we also celebrate Wine’s day (St. Tryphon Zarezan), so everybody can choose which one to honour – St. Valentine or St. Tryphon. If you prefer wine, learn how to say Cheers in all 50 countries in Europe.

 

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Travel blogger and tourism graduate from Bulgaria, working in the field of Digital Marketing and PR for travel brands.

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  • Hehe, I love the idea, something differetn than we can usually read on Valentines day!

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