Planning your Italy honeymoon trip is the perfect way to celebrate tying the knot. You have the opportunity to travel, meet new people and visit the attractions with your new spouse. There are so many landmarks, neighborhoods and cities to explore in Italy, and you can prepare for your trip by making a list of the places you wish to visit. Here are eight places you should visit during your honeymoon to Italy.
Venice: What a better way to start your honeymoon than with a visit to the romantic city of Venice? Imagine gliding through the waterways with the love of your life during the day, and you can gaze into their eyes under the lights after sunset. Be sure to check out the various shops and restaurants as you explore the city. The waterways, lights and beautiful buildings create a romantic atmosphere you will never forget.
Turin: Turin is a large city that is only an hour away from the French border and Mediterranean. The center features a variety of 19th-century cafes, charming restaurants and magnificent churches. Grab a bite to eat as you watch the Po River flow through the city, and be sure to get a glimpse of the breathtaking Italian Alps. You are sure to enjoy dining and exploring the city that hosted the 2006 Winter Olympic Games.
Campo Marzio, Rome: If you are looking to explore a neighborhood that is full of life, take your loved one to the Campo Marzio. You are going to be visiting a spot that was once used as an ancient army training field. Spend the day checking out various boutiques and food shops, and spend your sunset checking out the gorgeous San Lorenzo in Lucina with the love of your life.
Colosseum: Your honeymoon in Italy is not complete without a trip to the Colosseum. You may have seen the Colosseum in photographs, but this is your chance to see the grand amphitheater in person. It is the largest amphitheater to be built by the Roman Empire. The structure stands out among the modern buildings in the area, which makes it easy to appreciate the natural beauty of this historic building.
Leaning Tower of Pisa: The Leaning Tower of Pisa is another attraction you need to check out during your honeymoon in Italy. The tower was constructed in the 1100s on the Piazza del Duomo, and the sinking ground under the tower caused it to lean. It is a flaw that created this popular spot in the city of Pisa. Imagine how breathtaking it feels to see the Leaning Tower in person. Spend your afternoon admiring the exterior, climbing the stairs and checking out the city views with your loved one.
Aventine, Rome: Aventine is a neighborhood full of beautiful structures, from private homes to ancient churches. The peace and quiet encourages an afternoon walk with your loved one. You can find a variety of hidden gems around this neighborhood, such as the Knights of Malta, Giardino degli Aranci and Santa Sabina church. Be sure to check out the modern structures on top the original 4th century BC wall.
La Pelosa: There is nothing like spending the day at the beach with the person you love. You can find La Pelosa on the island of Sardinia, which is located on the Tyrrhenian Sea. Spend the afternoon laying out on the beach, dipping your toes in the clear water and enjoying the company of your loved one. Bring a little action to your day with activities such as kayaking, surfing and scuba diving.
Lake Como: You should always start and finish your honeymoon by visiting a romantic spot, and you can get into the romantic mood by visiting Lake Como. The calming waters create a peaceful atmosphere as you gaze at the breathtaking mountains and beautiful small towns. You are sure to appreciate the mild temperatures as you admire the ancient opulent palaces and villas.
Whether you are meeting new people at the Colosseum or enjoying the peace and quite at Lake Como, a honeymoon to Italy is the perfect way to start your new life together.
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