Valentine’s traditions around the world
Denmark: A popular Danish Valentine's Day tradition is the exchange of "lover's cards.
France: France, especially Paris, has long been considered one of the most romantic destinations in the world.
South Korea: Valentine's Day is a popular holiday for young couples in South Korea, and variations of the holiday are celebrated from February.
Wales: People in Wales celebrate Saint Dwynwen, the Welsh patron saint of lovers, on January 25.
China: The equivalent of Valentine's Day in China is Qixi, or the Seventh Night Festival, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh lunar month.
England: Back in the day, women placed bay leaves on their pillows on Valentine’s Eve to bring dreams of their future husbands.
Brazil: With Carnival held sometime in February or March each year.
Ghana: Since Ghana is the second-largest cocoa exporter in the world, in 2005 they decided to declare February 14 National Chocolate Day.
Bulgaria: On February 14, San Trifon Zartan is celebrated in Bulgaria, which means "Day of Winemakers.
Italy: Italians celebrate Valentine's Day with gift exchanges and romantic dinners.