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The best destinations for your honeymoon

Arrangement of the wedding is always really stressful task to do, we've a lot of jobs to deal with, and not enough time. One of the important things connected with the wedding is honeymoon, first holidays that we'll spend with our newly wed.




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When you want this trip to be unforgettable for both of you, you have to select some romantic destination.


The capital of love


Paris for plenty of decades is the most famous tourist destination in Europe, last minute offers are usually sold out the first day of sale. Nothing weird in that cause this capital is ideal spot to enjoy honeymoon or just romantic weekend with beloved person. First of all the architecture of Paris is breathtaking, especially when we visit MontmArtre, the past district of artists. This spot is situated at the hill of the same name, it's popular thanks to Sacre Coeur cathedral and Moulin Rouge cabaret. Next important spot to explore if you are in love will be the Eiffel Tower. That is the signature of whole capital and really famous spot of engagements. Nothing weird in that, because from the last floor of this tower panorama is simply amazing.


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The city of bridges


Next romantic destination in Europe is Venice, localized in northern of Italy. Each year in spring you're able to grab nice deals on last minute offers in your local travel office. The city is popular thank's to it panorama - there're no streets, only channels, localized near to the amazing buildings, constructed in past centuries.




While being in Venice you can't miss a tour to the cathedral of Venice, one of the largest medieval temples in the whole world. The city is also really nice in January, during the Catholic carnival. Entire Venice is decorated very well and many of cultural meetings are taking place.

Posted by Administrator on 2018-05-14 09:59:16
Tags: buildings, Italy, Art, capital