If you can’t decide between a classic beach destination and somewhere a little more exotic, consider Bali. How about spending your wedding there? The image says it all!
The town of Positano on Italy’s Amalfi Coast has been a go-to honeymoon destination for years and it’s no surprise. Amazing views, fantastic wine and delicious Italian food typically make for happy newlyweds.
3- Swiss Alps
The Swiss Alps are the ultimate winter honeymoon destination—especially for couples who love to ski and dine on rich, decadent Savoyard cuisine like raclette and fondue.
4- Saint Barts
Saint Barts! This French-speaking Caribbean island is the spot for couples who want to spend their honeymoon relaxing on sandy beaches at luxury resorts.
It’s really no surprise Paris made this list–it’s arguably one of the most romantic cities in the world. Most of the credits go to Eifel! The most enticing tower in the world!
Lisbon – with an amazing architecture, beautiful beaches and nearly perfect weather year-round, is a great destination for couples. Start your trip in Lisbon to make the most of the food, style and cultural scene.
Known best for its cultural landmarks, music scene, craft beers and cocktails, Dublin is a fun start to a honeymoon that is better when wrapped-up with a road trip through Ireland’s bucolic countryside. This trip is the chic way to feel like a princess for the day.
Thailand’s coast, with its limestone cliffs and crystal-clear waters, is an amazing spot for couples looking for a far-flung beach destination. Head to Phuket (or the islands off its coast) for the most unbelievable beaches.
Can’t decide on which Greek island to go to? Pinners are partial to Santorini for its unusual Red Beach on the island’s south coast. It is so romantic! Feel the Greek rhythm together!
If you’re in it for the food, Spain is where it’s at, and San Sebastian’s culinary and art scene are arguably some of the country’s best. This town has the same city-meets-beach vibes as Barcelona, but with a more aristocratic heritage allowing for tours of old palaces.