With various places to go, Tuscany is a perfect spot for newlyweds to spend their honeymoons. From classic Italian cities to hidden country beauties, you’ll never run out of the best places in Tuscany, Italy.
So here are the best places to spend your honeymoon trip in Tuscany.
It is a town famous for its hot springs and spas. Italy is home to many spas, having cities named “spa towns,” and Montecatini Terme is one of the biggest among them. And of course, as their tourism boomed because of their thermal parks and spas, several hotels and restaurants also started to enter the market.
Another spa town in Italy, Chianciano Terme, is considered one of the best thermal bath destinations in Tuscany. This town is surrounded by a massive countryside backdrop between the Val d’Orcia and the Valdichiana. So, if you prefer taking your spa session far from the urban areas, you might want to visit Chianciano Terme. Just take a stroll, and you’ll find yourself near a vast orchard or even a lake!
Saturnia is considered one of the oldest towns in Italy; so old that its origins date back to the Roman gods’ time and is dwelled in by the ancient people of Italy, the Etruscans. But it’s also a nice place to spend your honeymoon! Just like the two above, Saturnia is famous for its spas. But what makes this town unique is its waterfalls and hot springs. Not to mention that it is located in the heart of Maremma, so expect a lot of organic delicacies when you go there.
This list will not be complete without mentioning Montepulciano. This classic Tuscan town sits atop a hill and is a ‘royalty’ in winemaking. Its most famous Vino Nobile red wine is a must-try. And if you want to experience the ultimate Tuscan honeymoon experience, schedule a trip to one of their wineries and vineyards.
If you enjoy being in the city, stay in Florence! Florence has a lot of tourist spots and destinations to go to if you love casual trips. With its gigantic Florence Cathedral, you’ll get a feeling that you are back in the Renaissance period. Here, you’ll find countless hotels, restaurants, and artisan shops, perfect with Tuscan Majolica as souvenirs!
Another classic Tuscan city, Pisa, is just 42 miles away from Florence, making it perfect if you want to shift from a red-roofed cathedral to a white-walled one. Pisa is a city for people who love classic Italian architecture and beauty, having the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Cattedrale di Pisa, and Santa Maria Della Spina, to name a few. See the famous Leaning Tower of Pisa and be one with the billion people who have their photos taken holding the tilted belfry; it’s irresistible to do that pose!
Tuscany is not only home to Italy’s best wines; it also houses the best honeymoon places you can imagine. Every place in Tuscany becomes perfect with your significant other. So, don’t hesitate to book your reservations and let the Tuscan experience drive your newly married life.