Best Italian Honeymoon Destinations
If you are looking for romance, it is difficult to beat an Italian honeymoon destination. An Italian honeymoon is by definition a top honeymoon spot when it comes to romance. The grandeur of Rome, the splendor of Florance or Venice and the shopping in Milan make an Italian honeymoon the dream destination for many couples. But there is more to Italy than its magnificent cites full of breathtaking architecture. There are also great beaches in Sicily and on the Amalfi coast and rolling hills in Tuscany for you to enjoy on your romantic honeymoon.
If art, history and culture on your honeymoon in Italy, then you may want to put Rome, Venice and Florence on your itinerary. Alright, even if art and culture are not your primary concern on your honeymoon you should still keep those on your itinerary.
Honeymoon in Rome
When visiting Rome On the top of every couples list should be the Bridge of Sighs, Juliet’s Balcony, Spanish Steps and the Trevi fountain – the most famous of all the fountains in Rome.
The tradition calls for one to throw the coin over one’s left shoulder while standing with one’s back to the Fountain. On the left of the fountain there is the "Fontana degli Innamorati" (Fountain of Lovers"). It is said that lovers who drink the fountain’s water will be never unfaithful to each other.
Honeymoon in Venice
Venice is the honeymoon city with sights that delight both the eye and mind. There are plenty of quiet and picturesque canal-sides and lanes to stroll with your loved one. Enjoy beautiful palazzos and most definitely the Piazza San Marco, come in the early morning and enjoy an espresso before the crowds flow in or try in the late evening when the day trippers have left already.
Honeymoon in Florance
After Venice you might want to visit Florence. Another utterly romantic Italian honeymoon city and with Venus as the deity of Florence, specifically Botticelli’s newborn Goddess of Love, how can you find a more better honeymoon spot. Try climbing up the Duomo cupola and looking out over the city — splendid panorama or walk along the Arno river.
Try to avoid the height of the tourist season season. With crowds blocking your gondola rides and and school field trips posing for all your honeymoon pictures it can be difficult to capture romance.
Want to escape the crowds check out Italian honeymoon, visit Amanda’s site to find find plenty of quiet and picturesque canal sidesout away from the main tourist gatherings. And for those who would like to combine their honeymoon with a destination wedding in Italy here are some of the best locations and time of the year to plan a destination wedding in Italy.