Interested in knowing the top 6 best honeymoon destinations in Italy and what to do? Then read on!
If you want to live the best la dolce vita life on your honeymoon then go to Italy.
Italy is known for being one of the most romantic countries in the world and has something for every couple. And the best part is; in Italy it’s easy to move around between the different Italian regions by train and or car.
Italy has beautiful beaches, stunning cathedrals, grand museums, romantic walks, delicious food, wine and amazing views – that’s what you can get in Italy.
- A honeymoon in Venice
- A honeymoon in Florence
- A honeymoon in Capri
- A honeymoon in Rome
- A honeymoon in Sicily
- A honeymoon in Amalfi
1. A honeymoon in Venice – What to do?
Venice is one of the world’s most romantic and beautiful cities with colorful buildings, cool bridges, and unique gondola rides through the Grand Canal.
Don’t forget Venice’s art museums and also one of the most important cathedrals in Italy: St Marks.
You can start your honeymoon in Venice with an enchanting evening and glide along the charming canals in style with a private gondola ride. You can also choose to be accompanied by a tenor and musicians to serenade you on your gondola ride. The perfect romantic thing to do in Venice.You can then end the day with a lovely meal watching the sunset at one of the restaurants near the Grand Canal.
2. A honeymoon in Florence – What to do?
What could be more wonderful than a honeymoon in Florence?
You can’t find a more pure romantic city than Florence. With its history of love, love intrigues, passion and art, Florence is perfect for a romantic trip for two. Grab a panini and walk down to Ponte Vecchio and the Arno river and enjoy the small streets filled with people and love. For dinner, Florence has a lot of roof tops with stunning views over Florence.
If you want to catch the sunset then the perfect spot Is Piazzale Michelangelo with a breathtaking view over Florence and the Duomo.
Don’t forget that you have access to beautiful Tuscany when you are in Florence. Florence is the capital city of Tuscany. You can easily book a tour to explore the Tuscan hilltop towns like Siena or San Gimignano: Click here to book!
These towns are perfect for romantic walks and cozy dinners. If you are interested in wine then it’s a perfect opportunity to visit Chianti which is famous for its wines. The perfect day trip is to visit a vineyard and have tasting with a sommelier and enjoy a typical Tuscan lunch with fabulous wine.
3. A honeymoon in Capri – What to do?
Can you get more honeymoon vibes than honeymooning on the romantic isle of Capri?
Capri is one of Italy’s most beautiful islands. Capri, also called The Blue Island with its mysterious grottos and breathtaking views.
The most romantic activities for your trip to Capri:
– Go on a chairlift to the highest vantage point of the island (1800 feet above sea level) for a spectacular view.
– Visit to the Caesar Augustus Garden and enjoy the magical views with your partner, maybe have a picnic during the sunset?
-A private boat tour around the beautiful island of Capri- Can it get more romantic than this? Book now!
– Visit the best bar to see the famous Faraglioni -which is the most photographed place in Capri. Enjoy the sunset with a glass of wine and I promise that It will be the best view you’ve ever seen.
4. A honeymoon in Rome – What to do?
What could be more lovely than a honeymoon in Rome?
Everyone has a weekend in Rome on their bucket list but what most people don’t know is that Rome is the perfect place to spend your honeymoon with your loved one.
Rome is known to be an eternal city with ancient heritage and art. You get to have the best of two worlds – activities and cozy romantic dates to slow down. A fun thing to do is to go on private informative tours about the Colosseum and Roman Forum which is very interesting but also a perfect date with its view and beautiful sights. Book here!
Have a toast at the Spanish Steps during the sunset and get to enjoy the community and good vibes of the people that are gathered there.
And if you want to escape the city and go on a romantic getaway then Villa Borghese is perfect for an intimate picnic and at the end of the day you can take a walk over Ponte Sesto and have a dinner nearby. On Ponte Sesto you get a fantastic view of the Vatican. Many couples love the sunset you get to enjoy on the Ponte Sesto bridge.
And if you want to take your trip to the next level then reserve a trip back to your romantic accommodation by horse carriage.
You will for sure leave Rome more in love then when you first got there!
5. A honeymoon in Sicily – What to do?
Sicily is the largest region and island of Italy and can be compared to a paradise island which is perfect for a honeymoon. Sicily has dreamy beaches with crystal clear water and romantic views of the mediterranean sea.
Sicily is called “gods kitchen” for a reason: wherever you go – you will taste delicious food and fruits. And as food is a love language then what’s better than enjoying delicious food with the one you love? You can also join a cooking class together if you are up for activities – is there any better place to learn cooking then from sicilian chefs? The best date ever!
If you like to explore and enjoy history and culture then you will love Sicily. Sicily has arab mosques, roman mosaics, greek templates and norman castles. Take a romantic walk and enjoy the stories from before. The best time to travel to Sicily is between may-june or september-october when it’s not crowded and too hot.
6. A honeymoon on the Amalfi coast – What to do?
The entire Amalfi coast has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and when you arrive you will understand why. Fairytale views and a romantic atmosphere wherever you go. There are many places you can choose between on the Amalfi Coast – Sorrento, Positano, Salerno etc. Every one of them is beautiful and you can also try all of them and make it a paradise roadtrip.
If you visit Amalfi coast once then i promise you that you will come back. You will never get tired of the pastel-colored villages tucked in between the hills in front of the blue beautiful water and lovely beaches. The Amalfi coast is now a hotspot for the rich and famous celebrities but is also popular to the italians. The prices on accommodation are a bit higher than the rest of Italy so be on time and book in advance so you get the perfect place for you!