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Honeymoon Destination: Cities of Italy

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Honeymoon Destination: Cities of Italy

After briefing you on the rural Italy areas for your honeymoon, we are now taking you on a tour to explore Italy's magical cities for a very romantic honeymoon in Italian cities. 

If you are planning a honeymoon in Italy, be ready to have one amazing experience. You will fall in love with every city in Italy, as they have a mix of stunning scenery, breathtaking historic and ancient sites, amazing museums and of course, great cuisine.

What we love about a honeymoon in Italy is that you can visit all the major cities by train.

The most popular Italian cities are Rome, Florence, Milan, Naples, and Venice. We will help you discover each city before booking your flight.

A honeymoon in Venice or a honeymoon in Rome sounds like a great idea! Why not check out these stunning cities and choose the ones you want to visit on your honeymoon?

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Visiting the capital of Italy is a must! Rome offers a dazzling variety of sights and experiences. Known as the eternal city and the capital of the world, Rome is the center of history and culture, such as the Colosseum and the Roman Theater, which can hold up to 50 thousand people.

You can also pay a visit to the Vittorio monument, the Pisa Tower, the Castel Sant'Angelo -built by the Roman Emperor Hadrian as a mausoleum for himself and his family- and of course the famous wishing fountain: the “Trevi” fountain.



Known as the "Queen of the Adriatic" for its rich historic culture and art, Venice is made up of 118 islands connected together through bridges.

A Venice honeymoon is perfect in every way for brides and grooms who want to spend the most romantic and fun honeymoon.

Venice (Venezia) is a unique city built on water in the middle of a lagoon

The city houses beautiful historic buildings from the Renaissance Era.

Venice also hosts the Venice Biennale Festival: A major contemporary art exhibition that takes place between August and September, which holds many exhibitions such as The Venice Film Festival and The Venice Biennale of Architecture.Venice is also known for its mask carnival, and many other events held at the city of Gondola.


Florence is considered to be the place where the Renaissance has started from. Florence is known for its beautiful buildings and museums; it is one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

The most important features of Florence are The Piazzas, such as Piazza della Signoria, which is the focal point of the origin and of the history of the Florentine Republic and has many beautiful statues.The Piazza del Duomo, and the Piazza della Repubblica which is known for its beautiful coffee shops and walking streets.

The Castles, museums and theaters. The Churches: Such as the Santa Maria del Fiore church, which is considered to be one of the biggest churches in Europe as you could see it from any place in the city; and The Santa Croce church where many Italian artists and important figures were buried, like Michelangelo, Galilei and Machiavelli.



Milan is considered to be the economic capital of Italy. It is home to one of the most important buildings in the world: The Duomo, as well as the Castello Sforzesco castle, which has the Opera house La Scala.Milan has easy and inexpensive transportation, which helps you visit its different areas, such as La Strada di Corso Buenos Aires: a shopping street filled with the most famous brands in the world.Milan is also known for its Milan Fashion Week and its famous club A.C. Milan as well as Internazionale Milano.



Naples is a famous touristic city, and is located near the volcano Mount Vesuvius and the city of Pompeii. It is also known for its Sports Club.Naples has many beautiful museums as well as piazzas.Make sure you taste the delicious pizza in Naples as well as the seafood and mozzarella cheese. You must also taste their pastries such as the Baba and Zeppole.

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