Romantic Italy makes for the perfect destination for your honeymoon; with its gorgeous beaches and delicious food. Italy has world famous attractions and modern cities that blend seamlessly with ancient style. These four cities invite you to spend your first days as a married couple with them:
Honeymoon in Rome
Rome offers a mixture of ancient edifices like the Coliseum, the gorgeous Vatican City resides within its boundaries and centuries old piazzas. Like many other cities in Italy, Rome has a number of charming and romantic public gathering spaces, such as the stunning Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain. Rome has pleasant weather all year, however, May until October are the best times to visit the city, as the weather tends to be a bit cooler than summer.
You will find comfort and style for your honeymoon when you stay at the centrally located Deko Rome; for the personal touch, you can reserve a room at Appia Antica Hotel; a hotel located within a beautiful home. For wonderful views of the city, stay at Portrait Roma; a small hotel with fantastic views and great service for your honeymoon travel.
Honeymoon in Florence
The birthplace of the Renaissance, Florence houses many of the world’s most famous paintings and statues. The city resides not far from Tuscany, so you can also visit the lush vineyards at your leisure. The city is best visited during the spring months and then early summer and September. The city has plenty of festivals occurring during this time and there are many cathedrals, palaces and gardens to visit for the honeymoon.
When you stay in Florence, try out the Hotel David, a quaint and quiet hotel filled with romance and charm; the Four Seasons Hotel Firenze offers 5-star luxury with the service and accommodation to match the higher price.
Honeymoon in Venice
Northern Italy’s Venice boasts waterways throughout the city with floating gondolas, delicious food and amazing festivals. Plan your honeymoon here for April to June or September to October when the weather is a bit cooler. Check out the Piazza San Marco to watch street entertainers or take a day trip to Murano, the birthplace of Venetian glass.
Stay at the Hotel Moresco, a charming and elegant hotel, or the Corte de Gabriela if you prefer more privacy in a smaller but 5-star hotel. For a romantic hotel, stay at the Al Ponte Antico Hotel for great views and terrific service.
Venice – An Exceptionally Unique and Romantic City
The Region of Veneto
Honeymoon in the Amalfi Coast
The most beautiful area of the Mediterranean coastline, the Amalfi Coast offers quaint towns situated on cliffs high above the blue water. This makes a perfect setting for the honeymoon. The region is close to Pompeii and Naples for day trips, lounge on the beaches and enjoy the local artisans at numerous markets and shops. Plan to visit during spring to early summer, or late summer to early fall for the best weather with the least amount of crowds.
Stay at the 12-Century villa, Hotel Palazzo Sasso, the Monastero Santa Rosa Hotel and Spa for a relaxing stay with gorgeous views or stay at the Hotel Palazzo Murat for the best service.