4 Utterly Classic Honeymoon Spots!

After your wedding day, you and your new hubby will be oozing romance and love, so why not spend your honeymoon in one of the most romantic places  in the world? We rounded up 4 classic honeymoon spots for you to enjoy!

Venice, Italy

Venice is one of the most romantic cities in the world. It’s surrounded by beautiful canals, stunning buildings and has a rich history.  The city stretches across 117 small islands along the Adriatic Sea and has tons of sightseeing options and great Italian food.  Better question, why would someone not want to spend their honeymoon here?
What to Do: A gondola ride is a must-do, so cuddle up in the back of the boat and enjoy the scenery.  Don’t forget to visit the Piazza San Marco and the Ponte di Rialto.

> Venice honeymoon 101


Thailand is an increasingly popular honeymoon destination for many couples around the world. Let’s just say it’s the new classic honeymoon destination. Why? Thailand has beautiful beaches in the South, tall mountains in the North and big cities for those who enjoy a more urban environment.  The food is authentic and many scenic places in Thailand evoke romance!
What to Do: Ride an elephant through the mountains and along the rivers in different cities including Phuket, Bangkok and Pattaya. You can also hike in northern Thailand, drift down the Mae Tang River on a bamboo raft, or lay by the beach on the gorgeous beaches in Southern Thailand!

> Your guide to Thailand honeymoons

Paris, France

Many people consider the City of Light to be the most romantic city in the world.  Paris is filled with sidewalk cafes, countless museums and art galleries. And don’t forget the ever romantic Eiffel Tower!
What to Do: Eat dinner atop of the Eiffel Tower, spend time in the Louvre and Musee d’Orsay, visit the Notre Dame de Paris and image you are French Royalty while visiting the Palace of Versailles.

Paris honeymoons 101

Kauai, Hawaii

Kauai, or the Garden Isle, is the oldest of the Hawaiian islands and many say it’s the most most peaceful and tranquil. Kauai has gorgeous white-sand beaches, beautiful waterfalls, untouched forests and some of the best hiking trails in all of Hawaii.
What to Do: Kauai would be a dream honeymoon for activity-loving couples who love hiking, biking, kayaking, snorkeling, zip lining, cliff jumping, or all of the above!  Don’t forget to schedule a helicopter ride over the island and dinner at a traditional Hawaiian Luau.

> All about honeymooning in Kauai


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  • Ella
    02/19/13 at 06:34

    Our dream honeymoon is a two week cruise that begins in Istanbul and ends in Barcelona. We’d like to add one or two days in Istanbul before it begins, and one or two in Barcelona when we get there, before flying home. And (of course) we’d like our transatlantic flight to be first class or business class each way. Because of the cost of this honeymoon, we’re saving up for it for the year after our wedding, and doing it as a one year anniversary trip. For our wedding weekend, we’re staying at the hotel an extra night and doing a sort of ‘mini-moon,’ where we have been given a free upgrade to a harbor view suite in our selected hotel because of our group booking (paying $150 per night instead of $550 per night.)

    I suggest brides and grooms look into their local tourist bureau or chamber of commerce for their wedding area. I got this rate after working with the Baltimore tourism bureau, and after getting bids sent to my e-mail where all the local downtown hotels were competing to get my account – far less work than me contacting all of them, and as they knew I was getting 30 or so bids – they all offered discounts and perks (reduced parking and free in-room wi-fi were two other perks the hotel we selected granted us…plus they have a heated indoor pool and an amazing lobby for our pre-wedding photos).

    Besides getting this great hotel deal, I also got the Tourism office to send me FREE:

    100 maps of downtown Baltimore
    100 discount brochures about 3 day tour packets
    100 brochures about local historic attractions and
    100 mini area guides with restaurants, shopping, etc.

    Not only can I send these in my ‘save the date,’ but I can put them in our welcome packets for when guests arrive (along with chocolates or mints, goldfish crackers or biscotti, wetnaps, welcome letters, two or three postcards of Baltimore stuff, mini sunscreen, mini bug spray, bottled water, and Old Bay Seasoning [the Baltimore staple])

    Check out:

    Oceania Cruises (they have luxury cruises and include free RT overseas airfare)


    Baltimore’s Royal Sonesta Harbor View –

    if you want to learn more about either of the above.

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