Honeymoon suggestions. >serious suggestions only

Honeymoon suggestions
>serious suggestions only
Ill be traveling by car (sort of a road trip) so multiple locations are welcome
Looking for
>good weather
>good nature
>pretty architecture
>good food
>place to relax
Its gonna be like 5-7 days and the budget is 3-4k euros
>pic sorta related? Idk italy seems too cliche

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  1. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    I forgot to mention
    Im from croatia, so have that in mind. Im not looking to drive all the way to portugal.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      2 dana u rim vidjet arhitekturu, ostatak opustanje u milanu/lake como

  2. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Italy is not too cliche. Start with adventure. End with relaxation.

    Florence is a very romantic city. Book a dinner at Buca Mario's to try their incredible Florentine steak. Have some Gelato at Gelateria dei Neri. Watch the sunset from the Michelangelo hill (I think that's what it's called). The vibes of the city are very peaceful, especially when walking around at night.

    Take the train from there to Naples (from there go to Sorrento). Using Sorrento as a base, visit Amalfi and Positano for day trips, as well as Capri and Anacapri. Then go home.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      Sounds alright, any alternatives?
      Is naples and south italy safe to travel withoht a guide?

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        Dude, it's Europe. You'll be fine.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Is naples and south italy safe to travel withoht a guide?
        Absolutely. Biggest danger in Naples is almost certainly a traffic accident; it’s a terrible city to drive in IMO. It’s vibrant, and it’s a good place to eat (very proud of its legendary status as the birthplace of pizza, etc.), but it’s undeniably also a grungy, chaotic mess. On a road trip you would probably avoid it unless you’re also going to Pompeii or Herculaneum, in which case you’re likely to drive through a bit of the city. The rest of Southern Italy is mostly a lot more relaxed, and certainly nothing to be afraid of.

        That said, if you’re definitely headed to Florence from Croatia by car, you may or may not find it worth the drive to go all the way down to Amalfi/Capri. It’s a beautiful area, without question, and some of the cliffside Amalfi Coast road is a stunning drive, but the area is also crowded and quite expensive by Italian standards, and it could take you six hours to drive there from Tuscany. I’ve made a similar drive (from Siena to a village near Amalfi in my case), and it took most of a day, half of it on boring ugly major motorways.

        If I were driving to Florence on a relatively short trip, I would be more likely to combine it with other destinations further north and closer. I love Lucca, for example, which is a not too tourist-crowded little city with a beautifully preserved, walled, mostly Renaissance historical center. You’d also have the option of any number of atmospheric Tuscan or Umbrian hill towns that you could reach in fewer hours on the road, or somewhere on the Tuscan coast, if you were set on the seashore (although seaside Tuscany doesn’t offer huge advantages over Dalmatia).

        Amalfi is lovely and romantic, Capri even more so (Ischia is also worth considering down there; not as posh as Capri). But in a trip of just a week or so with my own wheels I probably wouldn’t combine it with Tuscany. I would focus on one of the two.

  3. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Dolomites and lake como in june

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      Looks absolutely great

  4. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Venice / Jesolo?

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      I wouldn't reccomend Jesolo to my worst enemy rn, just crowded with zoomers drinking around and prices off every chart
      there are way better alternatives in inland veneto
      >t. lives in Jesolo Città

  5. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Going by your wants I'd say it depends on the type of nature you want.
    >lush hills and mountains
    Emilia-Romagna, specifically the Apennine Foothills south of Parma and Reggio-Emilia
    >coastal
    Amalfi or Positano. If you don't want to drive to the other side from Croatia, Puglia or Umbria are good alternatives.
    >really big mountains
    Friuli-Venezia-Giulia or Valle d'Aosta
    >architecture specific
    Tuscany (Siena, Florence, Lucca, San Gimignano)

  6. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    why not head south and go to one of the greek islands? they would tick all the items on the list
    i assume there are some that are not full of libyans in little boats

  7. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Italy obviously. Park at Trieste, and then take the high speed train to Venice, Verona and then up into the mountains to do Bolzano. Don't drive in Italy. The Italians drive like maniacs.

  8. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Look into Lake Lugano/Lake Como on the Swiss/Italian border. Could also hit up Cirque Terre while you are there if you have a vehicle.

    Greek Islands is another good option as well as Malaga/Marbella Spain.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      One step further, fly into Milan, go to Lake Como, then head south to the Portofino peninsula and then down the coast towards Pisa/Livorno. All accessible by train 1-3 hours tops

  9. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Lake Garda or Bozen

  10. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Looking to go to Florence and then Naples after; is a day trip to Como (from Florence) possible? I’m not using or renting a car btw - mostly plan to travel by train

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      > day trip to Como (from Florence) possible?
      There and back in the same day? Technically, sure, if you leave early and don’t mind coming back late. But it’s going to take a minimum of 3-3.5 hours each way, which is longer than I personally like to travel as a day trip. Better IMO to overnight in Como.

  11. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Hijacking thread

    Going to Italy for ~5 weeks. ATM plans are fly into Rome>Perugia/Assisi>Florence>Venice>back to Tuscany and chill in countryside for two weeks (get a car and drive around)>Cinque Terre>back to Rome fly out

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