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Honeymoon after Destination wedding in Florence

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My Fiancée and I are having our intimate destination wedding in Florence on June 27th (we are a young middle-eastern couple 27 and 24 years old). We are probably arriving there 2 days before. After that we want to start our honeymoon which we will have about 14 days.

We like art to an extent, but we don’t want to spend All of our honeymoon just exploring that. Food is also important as i personally like trying new things. We are also looking for a place that is hip, if i may say, perhaps some shopping and nightlife to add in there.

I rather not rent a car as i don’t want to go through the hassle of finding parking…etc.

Right now we are thinking of spending the majority of our time in Italy, and then flying to Amsterdam for 4 days or so (as we both always wanted to go).

What do you think about taking the train up to Venice from Florence (after spending 3-4 nights there), spend 3 nights or so, then the train down to Rome/Vatican, also spend 4 nights (is it worth going to capri, it looks beautiful?). Then fly to Amsterdam ?

We are still thinking of all the options and didn’t book our tickets yet so we’re pretty flexible on locations and dates.

Any suggestions would be helpful. Thanks in Advance.

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