Italy and Greece

Italy

Do you have visions holding hands in a Romantic Italian Café with the while Glittering City of Rome or Florence provides the perfect back drop for the most enchanting evening you have ever had? Are you dreaming of gliding along the canals of Venice, wine tasting in the Tuscan hills, and staying in the most charming and romantic hotels and Resorts that Italy has to offer ? Wanting to cruise in a luxury convertible along the Almafli Coast? Our Italy Honeymoons can make your dream a reality


Venice

Venice was named after Venus, the goddess of love –nowhere else in the world can boast that accolade. First stop has to be a trip along the Grand Canal in your own private Gondola to take in the splendour of the Palaces and marble churches that seem to defy gravity hovering above the water.

On foot, you’ll be amazed at the calli, narrow alleyways where you’ll see artisans producing the finest leather goods in the world. Here too, are the most extraordinary fine and contemporary art galleries Italy has to offer. Venetians are renowned for their hospitality, good food and wine. You’ll be spoilt for choice where to have a romantic dinner for two serenaded by 18th century Baroque music.

Florence

Florence won’t fail to impress, a city where nothing seems to have changed for 100’s of years; the Tuscan jewel in the crown of Romantic Renaissance Italy. Visit the Uffizi, Pitti and Accademia where you’ll find artworks by Michelangelo, Giotto and of course Leonardo.

Florence is the gateway to the famous Tuscan countryside, a spectacle you won’t want to miss. Hire a car with a driver, and don’t forget your camera. Tuscany is one of Italy’s most beautiful regions that’s inspired countless artists.

Rome

Finally Rome, a city so drenched in history it’s almost impossible to soak up in one visit. Book a trip to the Villa Borghese, housing some of the most beautiful sculpture and art Rome has to offer. Then

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Greece

Mediterranean Splendor
Take a journey through one of the world’s most romantic honeymoon destination Explore the beauties of Ancient Athens, while experiencing the vibrant local culture of the Modern city. Get swept away in the magnificent views and colorful sunsets of Santorini, explore the history, rich culture and endless beaches of Crete and prepare to lose yourself in the rugged landscapes and deep history of Rhodes.


Myknos

Myknos is a short Ferry ride to Santorini. Mykonos Greece is the most famous and popular island of the Greek Islands and attracts thousands of visitors every year. Mykonos island is famous for its cosmopolitan atmosphere, its exciting nightlife, its picturesque Cycladic capital full of whitewashed houses and blue domed churches and its magnificent sandy beaches.

Santorini (Cyclades)

Santorini (Cyclades): This is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular islands in the world. The streets of Fira and Ia are carved into the face of a high cliff, overlooking the circular caldera left by an ancient volcanic eruption and now filled with the deep-blue waters of the Aegean. The site of Akrotiri offers a unique glimpse into life in a Minoan city, frozen in time by the eruption 3,600 years ago. Be sure to find out if this spectacular site, which was partly closed to the public at press time, has completely reopened when you visit. Add to this the Fira nightlife scene, and you’ll see why this is one of the most popular (and overcrowded) summer vacation spots in the A

Rhodes (Dodecanese)

Rhodes (Dodecanese): The island of Rhodes has everything a visitor could want – dazzling ancient and medieval ruins, great food, spectacular beaches, and some of the hottest nightlife outside of Athens – the one drawback being that everyone knows

Corfu (Ionian Islands)

Corfu (Ionian Islands): With lush vegetation, some still-undeveloped interior and unspoiled coast, ancient sites and a 19th-century presence, a dash of Italy and a dose of the cosmopolitan, Corfu is a Greek island like no other. Tourism may be rampant, but Corfu’s attractions have survived worse.