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Natalie
Just Said Yes October 2020

Honeymoon in Italy?!

Natalie, on January 12, 2020 at 5:24 PM Posted in Honeymoon 0 8
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We are thinking about going to Italy for our honeymoon. I found some good deals on Expedia but I don't know where the best place to stay is.... especially if we can only speak English. Any advice?

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  • Michelle
    Expert March 2020
    Michelle ·
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    I'm also planning a Honeymoon in Italy!!! There's soooooo much to do; you have to figure out what you want to see. For me I really want to see the Amalfi Coast. We have a cruise planned in the middle of the two weeks so that helps
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  • Aimee
    Expert July 2020
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    MSC cruise was the way to go!
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  • Emily
    Devoted September 2020
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    Little BnBs or apartments, which you can book on Expedia! We are planning a honeymoon to Italy as well! Venice, Florence and Rome. We will be taking day trips to Pompeii and Cirque Terre
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  • Andrea
    Savvy May 2021
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    I just discovered a service called GoJourny that plans your whole vacation for you customized to what you want to do. The fee is only $50 per trip day. And they have an app that lays out your whole trip itinerary including maps. They'll also book your hotels, make restaurant and travel reservations, suggest places for you to go, and things to do. I just had a free consultation for our Japan trip we want to plan for October 2021.
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  • Jeanette
    Devoted July 2021
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    We found great places on Airbnb and the English has never been a problem the different times we've visited. Awww it's going to be such a nice honeymoon, Italy is the best. 😍
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  • Megan
    Rockstar November 2020
    Megan ·
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    I would HIGHLY recommend getting the Rick Steves guidebook to Italy.

    There are so many amazing places but my favorite of all of them is Cinque Terre. They are 5 riviera cliff towns on the sea in northern IT. There’s so much to do there. Amazing food, taking a boat ride, swimming in the sea.

    My second favorite city to visit is Florence. It’s south of 5 Terre, there are a ton of activities and culture, some of the best artisan shopping.
    We used AirBnB for this past trip we went on. We even did the “experiences” like pasta making, wine tasting, and a boat ride.
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  • Lindsay
    Savvy October 2020
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    I vacationed to Rome about 6 years ago. I absolutely loved it. Since its a huge tourist destination, you will be surprised to find out how many tourists speak English. Plus, if you go into restaurants or shops, they can tell you are American by your accent and will speak English to you. If you have the money to hire a tour guide, I would highly recommend it! Pompeii is also a great place to visit for a day trip.

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  • Cassandra
    Devoted September 2020
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    I recommend doing 9-12 nights. Fly into Venice and spend 2 nights and then travel to Sienna or Florence and spend a few days exploring Tuscany. After Tuscany, head to Rome and spend 3 nights there. Lastly head down to Amalfi coast and spend a few nights there before heading to Naples/Pompeii. Spend one night in Naples and then head home.
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