Jacada's luxury Italy honeymoons offer cities bursting with culture, miles of beautiful coastline and world-class food and wine.

Italy is one of the world’s most romantic countries, from the waterways of Venice and the renaissance beauty of Florence, to the impossibly pretty Amalfi Coast and the rolling hills of Tuscany.

Every couple is looking for something slightly different from their honeymoon, and our Italy experts can create a dream itinerary that caters to your specific interests and offers unique and memorable experiences. There will, of course, be plenty of time to relax at your luxury hotels which have been chosen for their location, character and quality.

Great food and wine is par for the course when travelling in Italy, and a liberal sprinkling of both Michelin-starred restaurants and local trattorias makes Italy a wonderful destination for romantic dinners and unique dining experiences. For those that like to get creative, there are ample opportunities for cooking classes and wine tours from the northern Piedmont region, famous for its truffles, right down to Sicily, the ball of Italy’s boot.

There is so much history throughout Italy and privately guided tours in cities such as Rome, Florence and Venice really bring these places to life. If you’d rather spend your time exploring the sparkling waters of the Mediterranean, we can arrange private boats trips to the Aeolian Islands and Capri as well as luxury stays on the shores of Lake Como. Of course, this is your Italy honeymoon so you can include as little or as much as you’d like – simply speak to your Travel Designer and together create an unforgettable trip.

Spend your romantic honeymoon exploring this enchanting land, where you will wine and dine under moonlit skies, visit beautiful cities and make memories for a lifetime. For those who love gastronomy, visit the wine regions, or paddle around Venice while enjoying world-famous gelato. Those of you who are adventurous can even go hiking in the Dolomites, cycling on Tuscany countryside and climb Mount Etna.

Melania Siriu
Travel Designer

Need to Know

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  • Euro is the local currency
  • Rome is the capital city
  • Pasta is Italy's national dish

When to go

Italy is a year-round destination. Summers can get very hot and crowds do swell, so spring and early autumn are great times to visit. The sun is still shining and it is much more pleasant to explore the cities once the intense summer heat has subsided.

 
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Where will you venture?

Whatever you want your luxury tour or safari itinerary to include, we’ll create something fully bespoke for you… and only you.