Italy is still one of the biggest destinations for couples who are enjoying honeymoons. Rather than taking a trip to Hawaii or any other exotic island, Italy offers the opportunity to fuse romanticism in their culture, architecture, art and overall picturesque settings.
From gondola rides to breathtaking views, there are plenty of romantic escapes in Italy that allow you to escape with your special someone and get away for a bit.
The most obvious choice that seems to make any kind of list for Italy is indeed, Venice. What couple doesn’t think of taking an evening gondola ride through the city of Venice? As cliché as it may be in current times, it is still one of the most romantic experiences that you can enjoy with your significant other.
Verona is home to a famous little story about two forbidden lovers who wanted to spend eternity together. The famous balcony where Juliet listened to Romeo confess his undying love for her exists in a home that is rumored to have belonged to her family. No better love story than a Shakespearean one.
The somewhat remote nature of Sardinia offers a haven for romantics. With the breathtaking blues in the ocean and the vast beauty that surrounds the island. If you’re lucky enough to be able to rent a boat, you can enjoy some peace, privacy and serenity.
There is something about picturesque villages that spreads romance in the air. A romantic walk through the village or a boat ride on the water is just enough to brighten your day. The colors and the overall coastal feel of the village is simple but beautiful.
There is nothing like a little adventure and history on a romantic vacation. Enriching areas like Sicily’s Taormina present such opportunities. Who could ever deny this view with Mt. Etna paired with beaches and ruins to explore?
Tuscany in all of its rural glory is without a doubt one of the most popular tourist areas in Italy. Tuscany is one of the true places in Italy where peace and serenity can be found. It is also known for the hot springs where you and your significant other can soak in relaxation.
Hiding in coves and witnessing some of the most romantic views in Italy is easy if you’re visiting Capri. The little island has much to offer when it comes to seclusion and privacy, perfect for getting some alone time.
3. Lake Como
Lake Como is the third largest lake in Italy. Littered along the lake is a slew of resorts and villas that are perfect for a romantic getaway. It’s just you, your significant other and endless hills and mountains as far as the eyes can see.
2. Lake Maggiore
From the third largest lake we move to the second largest lake in Italy that goes back the name of Lake Maggiore. It is a popular honeymoon spot with a deep history. Whether you’re enjoying the view from land or at sea, the beauty is all around you.
You will find some similarities between Amalfi and Santorini as they both offer breathtaking views. The wine vineyards offer the perfect opportunity to sample some of the country’s best and the resorts add the convenience that you will need.
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