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20th Anniversary Trip - Suggestions Needed

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DH and I are planning to go to Europe for one week for our 20th anniversary next year. It will be just our 2nd time away from the kids (first time was this past year for a weekend), so we are hoping to do something truly special. We have a few ideas, but nothing feels quite right. Our budget is flexible, but somewhere in the $10-15k range.

Europe we have already seen:
Switzerland - our favorite part of Europe
Italy - Loved the Lake District, Rome/Florence/Venice/Capri, etc, have not seen Cinque Tierre or Amalfi Coast
Germany - loved Southern Germany/Alps
England - London etc, Cotswolds (loved it)
Spain - Madrid (ok), Seville (loved it)
France - Paris (Our least enjoyable trip by far for a number of reasons, which has generally turned me off on the idea of the rest of France)

DH wants to go to Barcelona or Greece, but for some reason I am not interested in either. I have always wanted to see Scotland and the British Lake District, but that doesn't seem "special" enough for him. We have been talking about Budapest/Prague and potentially a river cruise, but he worries that it will be geared towards an older/slower crowd (we are in our late 30s/early 40s).

We want:
Somewhere romantic where we can spend time together and "get lost" in each other again after all these years
Something beautiful to see (nature or historic), preferably something uniquely European.
Great food, but we aren't drinkers so we are not interested in a wine tour.

We are not interested in a nightlife/party scene. We also don't need to go to the beach as we can do that at home with the kids.

Sorry for the long-winded post, but any perspective or suggestions you might have would be much appreciated.

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