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A beautiful cliffside village along the Amalfi Coast, Italy

Italy has rightfully earned its reputation for being one of the most romantic destinations in the world. Picture yourself and your new spouse floating down a moonlit canal, basking in the European sunshine on a tiny beach or reenacting the famous spaghetti scene from The Lady and the Tramp.

Take it from Harvey World Travel, it’s time to stop picturing it and just do it! The beautiful landscapes, enriching culture and fascinating history are only a few of the many, many benefits of honeymooning in Italy.

Why Go to Italy for Your Honeymoon?

If you need more convincing, we are happy to do it! Italy is a world-famous tourist destination for a reason. Keep reading this blog post as we share five benefits of honeymooning in this beautiful country.

1. Venice!

Venice is number 1 on our list because who wouldn’t want to visit one of the worlds most romantic destinations on their honeymoon! The romantic vibe is enough to warm even the frostiest of hearts and leave you with memories you will never forget. The colourful city, with their main source of transport being gondolas, honeymooners can enjoy plenty fresh seafood, live music, art and, of course, endless amounts of gelato- this city has romance written all over it!

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2. It is a Food Lover’s Paradise

If you and your significant other are foodie people then Italy is definitely for you. There is world-class pizza, ravioli, gelato and pasta, pair this with one of the fabulous Italian wines and you are guaranteed a mouth-watering meal every time. Apart from just eating your way around Italy (which we highly recommend you do), you and your partner can also learn how to make a variety of authentic Italian delicacies. We can book you on a fun cooking class that will keep the fond memories of your honeymoon alive in your home long after you begin your lives as a unit. If you tend to get overwhelmed by options, there are also a variety of food tours to give you an idea on what you like and don’t like and what to look out for.

3. The Breath-taking Scenery

If you are wanting some dramatic honeymoon photographs or just beautiful evenings sipping wine and taking in the view, the landscapes in Italy will leave you speechless. From rolling farmlands, to open vineyards, orange groves and magnificent lakes, the views are like nothing you have ever seen before. The scenery isn’t just limited to the countryside though; in the city, you will find historical architecture to feast your eyes on, cliffside towns and world-famous sites, such as the Colosseum and the Leaning Tower of Pisa.

4. The Amalfi Coast

One of the most beautiful coastlines in Europe (and arguably, the world), the Amalfi Coast is a ‘must’ for honeymooners wanting to soak up some sun on the beautiful beaches, rent a boat and enjoy laidback strolls through the picturesque pastel-coloured fishing villages. It is 50kms of pure coastline beauty where you can spend your special time together bonding over some fresh seafood, gorgeous views and an evening stroll.

5. Rome

Last, but definitely not least, Rome awaits you. Enjoy the best food and shopping in this city, amongst the hustle and bustle of Vespa’s and busy locals. Here you will find endless activities; from museums and famous art galleries to the Colosseum and tiny souvenir shops. Make a wish for your marriage in the famous Trevi Fountain, or one of the many other fountains you will find in the city and make valuable memories as you negotiate the busy streets and lose yourself in pure Italy.

Call Harvey Travel World & Book Your Next Holiday Today!

You don’t have to be getting married to book a phenomenal trip to Italy. This stunning destination is a favourite for people of all walks of life and is worth visiting year-round. Call us today to begin planning your honey or next holiday and remember, you have all the fun, we do all the work! We look forward to hearing from you. Ciao! 

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