One of the world’s most romantic destinations, Italy offers a sumptuous food scene and magnificent and diverse landscapes, from secluded coves along a breath-taking coastline to moonlit canals. There’s plenty of fascinating history to discover while strolling arcaded streets and coupled lanes, vineyards and wineries for sampling delicious Italian wines, and renowned lake towns with lush gardens and grand villas backed by the soaring Alps.

While Italy may be popular among the rich and famous, with celebrities often choosing the country for their own post-nuptial destination, it’s a place anyone seeking a luxury honeymoon should consider.

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Where to Go in Italy

Lake Como

When to Visit Italy

There is no bad time for an Italian honeymoon, but if you want to avoid the crowds and ensure time for tranquil seclusion together while enjoying mild weather, spring and early fall are ideal. In April, May, June, September, and October it won’t be too hot or too cold for comfortable sightseeing. Spring is a wonderful time for capturing photos around the country, with flowers in full bloom, while the early autumn season means the water will still be warm enough for coastal honeymooners to enjoy serene swims and vibrant foliage highlights the already dazzling scenes.


Italian Honeymoon Q&A



What is the best honeymoon destination in Italy?

The best honeymoon destination in Italy depends on your own preferences, whether you’re looking for culture with lots of history and art to explore, colourful cliffside villages and idyllic beaches, a magical lakeside retreat, or something else. Some experts say the Amalfi Coast is No. 1 while others claim it must be Venice and Lake Como almost always pops up at the top of countless lists. The bottom line is that it’s almost impossible to go wrong when choosing Italy as the place to celebrate your love of a lifetime.

Where should I stay on my honeymoon in Lake Como?

Bellagio is Lake Como’s most famous town, sitting at the heart of the lake with sun-soaked squares, spectacular waterside villas, upscale boutiques, and fine eateries. It’s home to the Villa Melzi complex, a romantic place to visit together with a neoclassical villa and a vast botanical garden along with awe-inspiring views of the lake, mountains, and forested shoreline. Enjoy wine tastings at Enoteca Principessa, take in the sights by boat, and explore authentic fishing villages like Laglion, Nesso, and Torno, or Laglio with family-run trattorias serving authentic traditional fare.

What are the essential things to do on a honeymoon in Italy?

No matter what your destination, some things are considered a must-do for any honeymoon in Italy. Soak up the culture and history, in this place that feels like you’re walking through a storybook with over two millennia of heritage. Indulge in mouth-watering signature dishes, with the country famous for its culinary traditions. Taking a cooking class is a fun way to learn how to make some of those tasty dishes together once you get back home. Sample Italy’s past through wine tasting, learning cultivation techniques passed through generations, and be sure to bask in the sunshine along an alluring stretch of waterfront.