It’s not easy being the child of a celebrity. You have tons of adoring fans, but you also have to deal with the constant paparazzi glare and media scrutiny that comes with the job. For Robert Pattinson, he’ll be turning 28 on April 20th. To celebrate this important milestone, we decided to scope out some of the most fitting birthday parties that the celebrity child actor can throw in his honor.

The Romantic Getaway

It’s safe to assume that Pattinson was not exactly born on April 20th. In fact, his memorable birthday would fall in July, which is a better fit for a celebration. Nevertheless, let’s start with a trip to Italy, the land of his birth. For this special birthday, the actor could head to the beautiful Lake District or any of the popular Italian cities.

The best part of this getaway? Going on a romantic stroll through the streets of Pisa, Siena, or any of the other Italian cities. According to our research, these are some of the most romantic streets in the world. It’s just a matter of time before Pattinson proposes marriage to a love interest.

There are lots of romantic spots around the city. Some of the most popular ones are:

  • Piazza Duomo – This is the Cathedral Square. Legend has it that a wedding proposal here led to a very happy marriage.
  • Piazza Signorelli – This is the most historical spot in the city. There’s also a sculpture of a bride here. In 2011, a wedding proposal took place on this spot.
  • Piazza Trinità – The name itself indicates that this is a romantic place. Look for the light post on which to photograph this spot. You may ask for a selfie here and propose to be together in front of the church.
  • Ponte Vecchio – This is the oldest road in Pisa, and it’s one of the most romantic spots in the city. The Ponte Vecchio is a replica of a Roman bridge. You may propose under this romantic overpass.
  • Piazza Sant’Agostino – This is a beautiful piazza with a baroque church. There’s also a 16th-century palace here. In addition, Pisa is home to the Galleria Borgnis, an art gallery which exhibits works by Gustave Moreau and Émile Cohl.
  • Piazza dei Miracoli – This is a beautiful spot in Pisa. It was originally built in the 16th century as a square. In the middle, there’s an equestrian statue of Bartolomeo Colleoni. You may propose here under the shade of a leafy tree.
  • Pisa’s Campo dei Miracoli – This is one of the largest public parks in Europe. It’s a favorite for picnics, festivals, and the like. On Saturday, there’s an open-air market here, as well as a flea market on Wednesday. Many people visit this beautiful green space because it’s an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. You may propose here under the shade of a weeping willow.
  • Pincio Hill – This is a large public park in Pisa. One of the most romantic spots here is the Upper Palazzo, an art gallery and cultural complex. Behind it is a 17th-century terrace with stone balustrades and plant life.
  • The Most Historical Spot in Siena:
    • Il Campo – This is the main square of Siena. Here you can spend an unforgettable evening. On Thursday night, there are musical performances in English as well as Italian. On Saturday nights, there are comedy performances by the foremost Italian comedians. You may propose on Sunday, August 26th, 1492, the date of the famous Battle of Cortez. The area behind the cathedral is illuminated by candlelight. Some of the most romantic restaurants in Siena are located here. You may have a sunset dinner here and propose here under the stars.
    • Il Borgo – This is one of the most beautiful and romantic streets in Siena. You may find a spot here where you can propose. There are also lots of bars and restaurants here. You may take a romantic stroll through the streets of Siena on a Thursday or Friday night. The atmosphere is very romantic.
    • Piazza Piccolo – This is a small square in front of the church of San Romano. There’s also a baroque church located here. On a Sunday afternoon, the square hosts one of Siena’s most beloved festivals, Il Palio. The entire city comes alive with singing, dancing, and feasting. You may propose here during this beautiful celebration.
    • Piazza Trinità – Another beautiful piazza, but this time in Prato. Here you may propose during the famous Italian Feast of San Giovanni. On Friday, there’s a famous running race in which participants dress in traditional Italian costumes and compete. The race usually ends with a fireworks display and a party in the Piazza Trinità square. On a Thursday or Friday night, you may want to go for a walk or catch a movie. There are lots of restaurants and bars around here.
    • Piazza Matteotti – This beautiful piazza in Prato is where you can propose. There’s also lots of seating here. On Saturday, there’s an open-air market where you may find a beautiful ring. On a Wednesday, there’s a flea market with lots of jewelry and other items. On a Thursday, lots of restaurants, bars, and umbrellas on the square give it a summery feel. On a Sunday, there’s an antiques market here with various shops and booths.
    • Piazza San Francesco – Another gorgeous piazza in Prato. In the middle is a stone fountain which dates back to the 15th century. On the southern side are the Ospedale (Hospital) di San Francesco and the Collegio di San Francesco, founded in 1251. You may find a spot on the northern side of the piazza where you can propose. Two churches stand here. On a Friday, this is the site of the Teatro di Prato, one of the city’s most beloved theaters.
    • The Most Famous Baroque Church in Pisa:
      • Santa Maria delle Stecche – This is the church of the plague. During the 16th century, priests here ministered to and buried the victims of the plagues that swept through the city. It’s estimated that up to 10% of Pisa’s population died during that time. There are no exact figures available. Walking through the church and down the cobbled streets which flank it is an experience in itself. On a quiet street outside the church gates, you may find the Caffè Michelangelo, a typical Pisan trattoria. Here you can sit outside and enjoy a cool drink while taking in the views of the city.
      • San Michele – This is one of the most important churches of the Catholic faith. It’s located in the heart of Pisa. On a Sunday afternoon, the Piazza San Michele hosts one of the city’s most beloved festivals, the Mercato del Pesce (Fish Market). Here, visitors can eat fresh fish and seafood prepared by the area’s top restaurants and eateries. On the southern side of the piazza is the church of St. Michael’s. Behind it is a palace with a Gothic portal.
      • Pisa’s Duomo:
        • Pisa’s Cathedral. It was originally built in the 13th century. Here you can take a 360-degree picture. In the back, there’s a 16th-century palace.
        • Piazza del Duomo – This intersection marks the beginning of Corso Italia, Pisa’s main pedestrian street. On a Friday night, tourists and residents meet here to celebrate Italian culture. On a Saturday afternoon, it’s buzzing with activity as visitors and locals come together to enjoy the street’s many small bars and eateries.
        • Pisa’s Baroque Theater:
          • Teatro Leosimar – This is Pisa’s Baroque theater. The facade was designed by Giacomo Tredici in 1762. A concert at the theater is an experience to behold. You may propose here on a Friday or Saturday night.
          • Pisa’s Olympic Stadium:
            • Stadio Olimpico – This is Pisa’s Olympic stadium. It was built in time for the 2006 games. On an evening, it’s illuminated by hundreds of colorful lights. You may propose here on a Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday night.