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Honeymoon Destinations

Europe - Italy
Itinerary Inspiration
From historic monuments, palaces and religious buildings to stunning beaches, coastal walks and mountainside villas, Italy is a dream destination with amazing sightseeing. Discover the secrets of Rome and tour the Sistine Chapel, Colosseum and ancient, cobbled streets of Trastevere. Head to Tivoli to check out the magnificent waterfalls and ancient Roman Amphitheatre. Explore the impressive art and museum scene in Florence or try on high fashion looks in Milan. Take a gondola ride through "The Floating City" of Venice or sample wines in a Sicilian vineyard. No matter what you choose, you'll fall even more in love in the country of amore!
Time Zone: UTC +1 hour
Official Language: Italian
Currency: Euro
Entry Requirements: Valid passport
Best Times to Visit: Summer
Italy Honeymoons
Rome, Venice, Florence, Milan, Naples, Verona, Pisa, Pompeii, Positano, Amalfi coast, Tuscany... there are so many places to visit and Italy honeymoon packages to choose from. An expert travel guide can show you around all the must-see art museums and Roman Empire ruins. Hire a chauffeur or drive a Ferrari to attend a legendary night at the opera. Understand the handmade art of homemade pasta and take a private cooking class. Seaside and lake resorts, with their excellent hotel facilities, have a busy tourist season in the summer, while the cities rich in art and culture are ideal in the spring and autumn.
Destination Weddings in Italy
Italian resorts have many all-inclusive destination wedding packages to choose from that include your rehearsal dinner with your family and friends, wine tour, wedding cake and the ceremony of your dreams. Plan on exchanging vows in an opulent palace, gothic cathedral or balloon floating over the medieval city of Florence. From traditional to completely unique, France is the perfect place to hold your dream wedding.
Climate & Weather
Italy has three different types of climate: mild continental in the Po Valley, cold in the mountains of the Alps, and Mediterranean in the coastal regions. The weather varies considerably according to how far you are from the sea or mountains. Summers on the coast are hot and dry with refreshing sea breezes, while the Alps remain pleasantly cool. The Ligurian coast, the Neapolitan coast and Sicily remain mild and even warm in the winter. In contrast, winters in the mountains are ideal for skiing and snow activities.