The honeymooners in Italy are highly appreciated by the foreigners because our country is rich in history, art and good food. Among the favorite destinations, stands the city of Venice, built practically on the water and regarded by foreigners the most romantic city in the world.
The couple will sail along the narrow canals on board the gondolas. Also recommended the splendid Basilica of San Marco, inside, it preserves the remains of the saint. Do not miss the climb on the homonymous church tower to enjoy a magnificent view of the city. And ‘possible to reach the center from the station of Saint Lucia or taking one of the many ferries that connect the city to the mainland.
Another very popular destination for honeymooners in Italy by foreign couples is Florence. The museums are numerous and the most important is certainly the Uffizi Gallery.
This keeps inside numerous works of Renaissance sculpture, in addition to the most famous works by artists such as Botticelli, Titian, Caravaggio and Raphael. Do not miss a visit to the Palazzo Vecchio, Piazza della Signoria, and the nearby Fountain of Neptune.
Walking along the Old Bridge you get the beautiful Boboli Gardens. Other museums include the archaeological, the sciences and the one dedicated to the inventions of Leonardo da Vinci. A honeymoon in full Renaissance atmosphere.
Even the capital is often chosen as a destination by foreigners for their honeymoon in Italy. Rome, the Eternal City, is steeped in history and is full of sights to see. At the first place we remember St. Peter’s Basilica, with Bernini’s colonnade, the Sistine Chapel with Michelangelo’s works and the Vatican Museums, famous throughout the world.
We suggest a walk in Piazza Navona where you can admire the beautiful fountains, do not forget to throw a coin in the famous Trevi Fountain, close to Piazza di Spagna and the famous steps. Beautiful also the former pagan temple now Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls. For a full immersion in antiquity we suggest a visit to the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and the Domus Aurea.