The 51 best travel pick-up lines. Yes. Life is an adventure. So is dating. And dating while traveling is even more so. Therefore trying out the 51 best travel pick-up lines to see which one works in which country, seems like a good idea. But I will leave that to you guys to explore it. I will give my -oh so nice commentary on all of the 51-. Don’t forget to keep me up to date with the ones you used, which ones worked and where they were succesful. So let’s get started with the 51 best travel pick-up lines.
‘You must be from Paris, ’cause you’re driving me in Seine.’
I’m not going to lie here. If a guy, in my case, said this to me I would look at him like he was having trouble speaking. Because I won’t be able to get ‘in Seine’ out of the sentence unless it’s said reaaaally slow.
‘Are you from China? Cause I’m China get your number.’
One word. Nice. Two words. Nicely done. Three words. Nicely done, legend.
‘Your eyes are as blue as the waters surrounding the exotic island I would take you to if we were dating.’
SAY WHAT?! Who thought of this? The creativity is out of this world. But I would start dating him asap. I mean, hello, free holiday to an exotic island.
Now I was also looking for a perfect line with brown eyes. However, I couldn’t find it, so I came up with something myself. I’m so creative.
‘Your eyes are as brown as the diarrhea I get when I eat strange, foreign foods.’
That must work right? You’re welcome. Try it and let me know how it went, okay? GREAT. Onto the next line from the 51 best travel pick-up lines
‘You’re the only sight I want to see today.’
So smooth. Unbelievable. This pick-up line would definitely work for me. Props to the person who thought of this sentence. This is definitely one of the greatest of the 51 best travel pick-up lines.
‘You’re not afraid to fly? You must be an angel.’
I would need to barf. Too sticky with the angel part. Go away dude.
‘Eiffel for you the second I saw you.’
Yesssssss. Hahaha, this is so awesome. It would probably take a minute before I actually realise what was being said, but still. 100 points.
‘I may need a doctor cause you’re Dublin my heart rate.’
It just keeps getting better and better doesn’t it? Yes. And we’re not even anywhere near done yet.
‘I want to explore your hidden gems.’
Funny. And a tad creepy, however when the person isn’t creepy it might work. A little. But if you’re already not too sure about that person. RUN. ABORT MISSION. Now! Definitely one of the creepiest out of the 51 best travel pick-up lines.
‘I’d love to be your final destination.’
My first thought was: ‘SWOOOOON.’ My second was a tad different. It could also mean that you will never travel again or, even worse, die. So, I’m not that fond of this one anymore. Future boyfriend, don’t try this one on me please. And if you do use this line then you will definitely not be in my future.
‘I’m Glad I Used My Miles for First Class – You’re Worth the Upgrade’
Cute. But what if you got a free upgrade, basterd?
‘Have you checked in yet, cause I’ve been check’in you out all day.’
I cannot stop laughing. I would walk away. Also since it’s a tad creepy that the person has been checking you out all day. Is the police already there?
‘Which language would you like me to ask you out in?’
SO FREAKING SMOOTH! I adore this one. However, I would be savage to ask him to say it in the most random language ever. Something like Swahili or Apaika (the language of a tribe in Brasil). The poor guy will be searching for his words as we are not supposed to make it easy for them, and I certainly won’t make it that easy. Savage. And I love it. However this one is definitely part of some of the best out of the 51 best travel pick-up lines I combined here.
You must be from Prague, because I can’t help but Czech you out.
Cool. So what if I tell you I’m not from Prague huh? What happens then?
“Your name must be Mona… ‘Cause it’s Louvre at first sight.
Most likely you won’t be able to pronounce Louvre right, so don’t even try to make a sentence out of it. If you happen to be French or speak French, well, go ahead because I’ve been called Mona before. Manon, Mona, what’s the difference right? The difference is the fact that the people who called me Mona instead of Manon need to check their hearing. I don’t want to tell you two hundred times a day how to pronounce my name.
‘Are you from Tennessee? Because you’re the only Ten I See!’
So old, but it’s definitely worth a ten. On a scale of not awful (1) to awful (10). Cringy as hell. This line is at top of the list of the most cringy out of the 51 best travel pick-up lines.
‘Are you sure you’re not from South Korea? Because I’m sure you’re my ‘Seoul’-mate.’
Woowww. Okay. I have to admit, this one is pretty darn clever.
‘So you’re Venetian. If I lend you the L from my love and shake you a little, will you be my Valentine?’
For all the singles out here, we can take faith into our own hands and use this line to be creepy as fuck. Unless you know the person, then it might work.
‘Can you at least af-fjord to buy me a drink?’
If you use this sentence people will most like think you aren’t able to pronounce afford. And you’re not capable of buying your own drink. People of the world, not only one side of the date has to pay, you both do. It’s as fair as it can get. So you can use it if our opinions don’t match, and that’s okay, but personally I think that if you’re using people to get free drinks you need to get yourself checked.
‘Hello, have you got a lighter I could Bora Bora?’
For all the smokers out here. I am not going to use this one because 1. I don’t smoke. And 2. I hate the smell of smoke, so I’m not going to encourage someone making a smelly mess around people by asking for a lighter.
‘I saw London, I saw France….can I see your underpants?’
This one is for if you have needs and don’t want to be entirely straight forward saying; ‘Hey, let’s bang here, right now.’ It might be working as it’s the most straight forward travel pick-up line out of the 51 best travel pick-up lines.
‘I didn’t know if I should have come over, but I saw you smile and thought Phuket, why not?’
It’s cute that you brought the smile in this sentence. That’s the only cute part of this line as well.
‘Are you from South England? Cause you Brighton up my day.’
And we have ourselves a winneeeer! Okay not a winner, but this one is pretty neat.
‘Are you heading to India? ‘Cause I’d Goa anywhere with you!’
Okay. Well, are you able to get up at 4 in the morning to watch sunrises at least three times a week? No? Okay, well, then I won’t Goa anywhere with you.
‘Are you Vietnamese? Cause I’m falling pho you.’
Bringing food into the conversation always works. Also, if the person happens to be a person who doesn’t like pho, move on. It’s not worth the try people.
‘Baby, are you traveling to London in 1666, because you’re setting my heart on fire!’
Outchhhh. Savage. As. Fuck.
‘Would you allow me Du-bai you a drink?’
Only if you ask nicely.
‘I know we just met, but I Cairo lot about you.’
It depends how long we’ve known each other for. I once had a guy telling me that as well. We met freaking 30 minutes ago. GO. AWAY.
‘Are you from the U.K.? Because I want U, K?’
THIS ONE CRACKS ME UP EVERY, SINGLE TIME. I love it, simply love it.
‘Do you mind if I sit down, cause Jamaican my heart race!’
Just when you think the lines aren’t getting smoother, here you go. You’re very welcome.
‘I hope you’re not a monk, cause I’d love to go Tibet with you.’
No. Just no. Nothing more. Nothing less.
‘I Ecua-dor you!’
I actually kind of like this one. When it doesn’t come from a random and old grandpa sitting alongside the road.
‘You’ve Mozambiqued my interest.’
Yess. They already get points for including an African country, not to mention that they know me well enough already (or most likely took a random search on the web and found my article) as I would love to go to Mozambique.
‘Everything has been so wonderful since you Cayman to my life.’
Quite nice. Not the best one, but definitely not the worst either.
‘Are you African? Because you’re a frican babe.’
Ehm. Well, Africa is a continent. Not a country. However, I must admit that I’m incredibly jealous on many women in that continent. They’re such natural beauties and are some of the nicest people you will ever meet. Also, this is the fact as well for everyone who is from one of the 54 countries. The hair. Their bonestructures. Smiles. So, I mean, you won’t be lying if you used this sentence that’s for sure.
‘This wouldn’t feel like a Lonely Planet if I were with you.’
HAHAHAHA. Nice. I would laugh and clap for you at the same time if you would use this one at me.
‘I’m Havana dream about you.’
Right now? But you’re standing… That’s kind of weird. Really weird. Get yourself together. And head to bed if you’re that tired.
‘We Bali know each other, but I Jakarta take my eyes off you!’
This one isn’t doing it for me. The end.
‘Hi, ‘Hanoi’ce to meet you. ‘Ha long’ you been coming here?’
Long enough to know that I should run for my life right now.
‘Who needs a map when one can Rome freely in your beautiful eyes?’
Swoon. And barf straight after that in front of the person his or her feet. Too much.
‘Belize me, baby, I will Peru’v my love for you at any Costa Rica.’
Too many countries in one. It gets confusing.
‘Are you Australian? Because you meet all of my koala-fications.’
DING DING DING. We found ourselves a winner. I’m seriously digging this one. Also because I’m really fond of the accent Australians have, so if someone calls me an Aussie I will take it.
‘The way our eyes were Interlaken, I knew you were the one.’
‘What took you so long? I’ve been Kuwait-ing for you my whole life.’
It isn’t entirely working. Not even close to working either.
‘Do you have a quarter I can Bora Bora?’
Now I”m all in for this one, however, what can you buy for a quarter nowadays? One piece of liquerice maybe?
‘Are you from Japan? Because Udon know how much I adore you.’
Who thought of this? Because these people are incredibly creative.
‘Don’t leave me and go to Vientiane, because I’d be Laos without you.’
You’re getting a six for the effort.
‘You must be Portuguese because I could Lisbon to that accent all night long.’
As a matter of fact I am. Not. However, I’m trying to learn Portuguese, but unfortunately that sounds more like something you don’t want to here anytime soon.
‘Norway are you leaving without giving me your number’
Yes I am.
Security edition ‘The 51 best travel pick-up lines’
‘If you were a TSA agent, I would be happy to get a body scan.’
I mean. Not in front of your co-workers of course. Somewhere a bit more, I don’t know, private? That would work.
‘Did you overstay your visa? Because you got ‘fine’ written all over you.’
LOVE IT. Depends on who it’s coming from. But if the person who says it to you is your type, then you won’t be single and ready to mingle anymore.
I’m curious whether any of you guys have tried some these from the 51 best travel pick-up lines or whether someone has used one of the 51 best travel pick-up lines on you, let me know in the comments. Let’s have a laugh and share your worst and best moments.
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