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Italy is a fantastic destination for a honeymoon, thanks to its beautiful scenery, delicious cuisine, world-class wines and incredible history. Whether you want to hide away in a secluded villa in Tuscany, explore scenic Lake Como or relax on Sardinia’s white-sand beaches, our experts can recommend romantic retreats and tailor-make your honeymoon package so it’s the perfect fit. We’ve got a range of hotels and villas that are ideal for a romantic honeymoon, from top-class hotels where your every whim will be catered for, to charming family-run hotels that offer a friendly Italian welcome.
To make your trip extra special, we can help you upgrade your flights or book luxury transfers to your accommodation. For a once-in-a-lifetime experience, journey from London to Venice on the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express. Lots of our hotels have special offers to help you celebrate your honeymoon, including room upgrades, complimentary spa entrances and romantic dinners. Let our Italy Experts know that it’s your honeymoon and they can find out about any offers for you.
Honeymoon moment: Sipping limoncello on a vine-shaded terrace overlooking the Bay of Naples.
Sorrento boasts some of the best views going, thanks to its clifftop location. Its main square is ideal for people-watching and al fresco coffee, while the old town’s narrow streets are perfect for wandering hand-in-hand.
Honeymoon moment: Strolling through the flower-filled clifftop gardens of Villa Rufolo in Ravello.
The Amalfi Coast is one of the most beautiful – and romantic – coastlines in the world, with pastel-painted villages, small sandy coves and spectacular views at every turn.
Honeymoon moment: A private boat ride to the Blue Grotto, a sea cave with brilliant blue waters.
Escape to beautiful Capri for a honeymoon to remember. Hire a boat out and admire the island from the water, take the chairlift up to the summit of Monte Solaro, or wander through the romantic Gardens of Augustus.
Honeymoon moment: Watching the sun rise over the ocean from clifftop Taormina.
Diverse Sicily has plenty to offer honeymooners, whether you fancy exploring ancient towns, swimming in natural gorges, hiking up a volcano or just relaxing on the beach.
Honeymoon moment: A bottle of Chianti and a table for two in Lucca’s medieval piazza.
Imagine winding lanes, rows of vineyards, rolling hills and medieval villages, and you’ve got Tuscany, one of Italy’s most honeymoon-worthy regions. Prefer a seaside escape? Try the sandy beaches of the Tuscany Coast.
Honeymoon moment: A sunset boat ride, followed by a candlelit dinner in the romantic town of Bellagio.
Surrounded by dramatic peaks and edged with postcard-pretty towns and villages, it’s easy to see why Lake Como has captured the hearts of poets, artists and writers over the years.
Honeymoon moment: A picnic à deux on a secluded white-sand beach.
With sugar-white sands to rival the Caribbean, Sardinia is a fantastic choice for a beach-based honeymoon. Its charming villages and historic towns mean you won’t be short of things to do away from the beach, either.
Honeymoon moment: Taking in the views from romantic Malcesine Castle.
As Italy’s largest lake, there’s plenty to see and do here (castles, wine-tasting tours, hiking trails), but the laid-back culture means that sipping prosecco by the water is as equally as acceptable as touring the towns that dot the lake’s edges.
Honeymoon moment: An aperitivo on the Piazza della Rotonda overlooking the Pantheon.
With thousands of years of history on show and some of the country’s finest restaurants, Rome makes a fantastic honeymoon destination. Be sure to throw a coin into the Trevi Fountain before you leave – it’s said to ensure your return to the city one day.
Honeymoon moment: Gliding down a moonlit canal on a traditional gondola.
It’s hard to find a city as romantic as Venice. Glide along the maze of canals on a traditional gondola, sip coffee in style at a pavement cafe in Piazza San Marco, and marvel at the glittering mosaics in St. Mark’s Basilica.
Honeymoon moment: Watching the sun set over the Arno River from Piazzale Michelangelo.
Surrounded by rolling Tuscan hills, flame-coloured Florence is a sight to behold. Admire the famous Duomo and browse the jewellery boutiques along the Ponte Vecchio, then wander hand-in-hand along the banks of the Arno.