A honeymoon in Rome is one for the ages. Rome is a timeless city with so much to offer, teeming with history and overflowing with beautiful spots for a honeymoon. Couples can find places all over the city perfect for romantic photos. In Rome, you can spend the morning and afternoon walking through the city and experiencing all the historic sites, like the Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain. The Eternal City is the perfect place to experience a honeymoon.
For history buffs, make sure to stop by the Colosseum and Vatican City. Both are wonderful marvels of architecture filled with thousands of years of history. These places are incredible landmarks that cannot be missed or overlooked during a trip to Rome. Hire a professional photographer to follow you around and take photos of your new life. These photos of Rome will last a lifetime and are a fantastic way to begin life together.
The only thing to beware of is over-planning the honeymoon. It’s easy to take a relaxing honeymoon in Rome and turn into an episode of The Amazing Race. It would make for a terrible experience if the honeymoon was spent running from one attraction to another, so make sure to either plan enough time to see everything or plan to come back and visit whatever is missed.
Besides the obvious sites, there are many things new couples will enjoy together.
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