Honeymoon, where to go?
A couple (but mostly a bride) has a lot of things to organize and plan before the wedding. One of those things is where to spend the honeymoon. There are many places to choose from, but making a choice which makes both parties happy is not always that easy. To choose the perfect place for your honeymoon you have to consider many different facts: In what season are you going, do you want a relaxing, active or adventurous honeymoon, how much time do you have, how much money can you spend, and so on.
- Adventure and Active Trips
People who don’t like sitting at the beach all day long and who are up for an adventure can for example go backpacking through Europe. Backpacking is a cheap way to get around, but at the same time you can see a lot of places and experience many different cultures. Europe has a perfect infrastructure to get quickly from one place to another in no-time and is therefore a good area to go backpacking. Alternatively, booking a hotel close to a mountain and go hiking with your loved one is another way to build a stronger bondas you have to rely on each other.
- A Trip to Relax
If you are looking for a relaxing trip, lie together in the sun and maybe, if there is any time left, do some sightseeing, you have a few options. European cities like Rome and Paris are very popular among honeymooners. Rome with its beautiful architecture and interesting history is always an interesting place to visit. But especially Paris is considered the number one city for couples. The streets of Paris are full of cute little cafes where you can rest your feet after doing all the sightseeing at the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre. Taking a walk down the Champs Elysees in the evening and being surrounded by bright lights coming from lanterns and cars will leave you and your partner with an unforgettable memory. In the holiday period, knowing what to book and booking it early can save you a lot of hassle. You can check online to book the Jack’s hotel in Paris, which is one of the most popular cheap hotels in Paris.