Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Single mom w/ 8 mo baby traveling to Paris and London
  2. 2 Suggested Italy Itinerary
  3. 3 10 nights in Umbria before Rome- advice please
  4. 4 Itinerary Help - Roadtrip North of Barcelona
  5. 5 Towersey, London
  6. 6 Luggage for train travel in Europe
  7. 7 Paris getaway with my daughter hotel ideas
  8. 8 Please help with 12 days in England!
  9. 9 Isles of Scilly - Anyone Been?
  10. 10 2 weeks in Europe - itenerary help
  11. 11 What is best for gps & data for trip to spain and portugal?
  12. 12 Westerplatte
  13. 13 Help with Ireland Itinerary
  14. 14 3 days in Ortygia Sicily
  15. 15 Cutback on Spain trip
  16. 16 European Travel - Trivia Quiz #151
  17. 17 2017 Easter in Italy
  18. 18 Bernina Express mid-March
  19. 19 Croatia transportation question.
  20. 20 Malaga - places to stay and eat
  21. 21 Portugal and Spain itinerary help!
  22. 22 Biarritz family holiday
  23. 23 Ireland hotel questions
  24. 24 Need hotel recommendations for Madrid, Toledo & Andalucia
  25. 25 Initial itinerary - 1 month in Greece
View next 25 » Back to the top

Italy Honeymoon Advice

Jump to last reply

My fiancée and I are trying to plan our honeymoon in Italy this summer and we are looking for our visit to include sightseeing but we would also like to relax as it is a honeymoon. We have both been to Rome, Florence, and Venice before.

We have around two weeks and will most likely book flights in and out of different cities. Our honeymoon will be this July 2014.

Right now our plan is to fly into Milan and go directly to Lake Como/Bellagio. From there we would like to spend a few days in Cinque Terre. How much time do people advise spending at these locations? We do enjoy nature and hiking.

The second leg we would like to focus on Naples, Pompeii, Sorrento, Capri, and the Amalfi Coast. All are close by so we could use one as a home base and day trip to the other cities.

In between both legs we are thinking about a one day stopover in Siena.

Does this seem like we are trying to cram too much into too little time? What should be emphasized? The Cinque Terre, Pompeii and Herculaneum, and the Amalfi Coast are the must haves in our eyes. Not to mention the amazing food and wine.

All help is greatly appreciated. Thank you to everyone.

6 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement