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Italy, Spain, or Croatia Honeymoon in July 2013?

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Hello! I am looking for some recommendations. I am getting married in mid July and we would like to go to Europe for our honeymoon. We would like to take in the culture but also be able to relax and just enjoy the beautiful surroundings and the excitement of being married. We love eating and drinking wine, but we are also very active and enjoy exercising and exploring new areas.

Ideally we want to combine a few days of a beach at some point in our 14 to 16 day trip. I have traveled through Europe while my Fiance has never been so we are struggling to decide where to go.

I would love some tips or recomendations based on the options below:

Options are:

1) Italy - I have been to the major cities but there is just so much to see here and I love Italy. So based on that I am thinking maybe a day or two for the fiance to see Venice, then spend 2 days in Florence, then go to a bed and breakfast for a few days and explore the Tuscany region with a car. Then possibly go to the amalfi coast or Sicily? I think Rome could be overwhelming to include into the trip since there is so much to see and like I said I have already been.

2) Spain - I have only been to Barcelona, but I figure its a must do again, so maybe start there and then go to Madrid, Sevilla, and Granada, and then pick a beach area? Recommendations?

3) Travel to Croatia - don't really know anything about it yet. I have never been but have heard very good things.

Alright recommendations are welcome :)

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