"When Call Me By Your Name was released last year, it very quickly became one of 2017's best films, winning an Oscar and earning a couple nominations along the way. It's essentially a film about a brief romantic affair, but one of the most notable aspects about the film is its beautiful scenery.
It's arguable that if the film were shot anywhere other than Italy it wouldn't have had the same effect. The romantic storyline is one thing, but the aesthetics of the film add another layer to the overdone "romance" genre.
This list will take a look at films that have a similar strength going for them: they're romantic films that also happen to have a strong visual component. That doesn't necessarily have to mean an exotic setting, but for the purpose of this list it means something "beautiful" other than the featured relationship/romance of the film in question. In other words, the relationship can't be the only thing romantic about the film."