(Closed) How much does a multi-country European honeymoon cost?

posted 6 years ago in Honeymoons
Post # 3
515 posts
Busy bee

Hmm… I’m not sure at all. But I imagine it would depend on the types of places you stayed at and where you eat. I just wanted to bump this up a little for you.

Post # 4
405 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

Anywhere from $1000 to $50,000.

There are so many variables that I doubt anyone could give you an accurate answer. It all depends on what you are wanting to pay.

Post # 5
4771 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

yeah you’re far too vague.  there is a huge difference in price if you visit Norway vs. Romania for instance.

Post # 6
7779 posts
Bumble Beekeeper

You really have to narrow down what countries and cities you want to visit before you can estimate. Some countries are FAR more expensive than others. Just start researching, there are a lot of websites dedicated to European travel.

Post # 7
68 posts
Worker bee

We went to three countries in Europe for our honeymoon last September and flights (from Canada) + hotels (a few crappy ones) were $5,000.00 by itself for both of us.  Spending money for food etc. is a different story.. !

We went to France, Italy and Greece (Mainland + two islands).

Hope that helps!

Post # 8
5423 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: November 2012

Yea it really depends on where you want to go.  Also, where your located/time of year since flights are expensive.  Two summers ago was my first (and only) trip to Europe.  Originally we were planning a 3 city trek: London, Paris, and Barcelona.  Once we realized how far 1 euro (or pound) got us in London and Paris compared to Barcelona we said screw the two.  We ended up spending 5 nights in Barcelona and 4 nights in Madrid instead.  With nonstop roundtrip flights from the east coast and flights from Barca to Madrid (flying was sooo much cheaper than a train) plus all the hotels it came to around $3,000 for 2.   Plus a ton in spending money.

Post # 9
4 posts

We’re planning a pre-wedding honeymoon before we leave Europe. Flights can be anywhere from 800 to 1200 just to get to Europe from North America. You’ll then need to buget for flights/trains around Europe, so it depends on where you go. But you can get Eurorail passes from anywhere from 600 to 1500. You also need to factor in items you’ll need for your trip, like travel backpacks, clothes, etc.

Daily costs depends on the kind of hotels you want to stay at. We’re going to do some hostels, some B&Bs, some 3 star hotels. We’re budgeting an average of 100 Euros a day EACH (roughly $130-140) to cover accomodation, food and sight-seeing costs. That covers the nicer B&B/ 3-star hotel range, depending on the season. I highly recommend Rick Steve’s guide book. For our week in Austria, month in Italy, and two-week Greece tour with four-day mediterranean cruise, we are budgeting roughly $17,000.

Post # 10
14496 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2011

For my estimation calculator I usually estimate air to be 1200/pp, hotel 100/night, food 100/day for the both of us (10 breakfast/20 lunch/30 dinner +/- a few + coffee/soda).  If you’re traveling between countries or train, add 500/pp.  Then for good measure, throw in a grand spending money and misc fees. 


Post # 11
1064 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

We did 2 1/2 weeks (not a honeymoon) and it cost us… close to $10,000 and in Italy, France, and Spain. 

Post # 12
76 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

I spent two weeks in hostels in France for 1k (including airfare for $400) last year.

I also spent 8k last year for a three week trip to russia and the Baltic (not including airfare, we get free flights everywhere due to miles) but this included nice hotels.

Post # 13
1668 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

We’re spending about $4500.  We’re staying 2 days in Barcelona, Spain then boarding a 5 day cruise with 2 stops in France and 3 in Italy.  We just have to add $ for spending, excursions and eating off the boat.

Post # 15
228 posts
Helper bee

If you want to consider a cruise:

We did a 12-night cruise with stops in Italy, Greece, and Turkey for about $2200.  Our flights from the US to Rome (which was close to the ship’s starting and stopping port) were about $900 each, and we also spent a few extra days in Rome before and after the cruise.  So the extra hotel costs, food, and drinks came out to about $600.  (Food on the ship was free, but we ate lunch off ship at each of the port stops, and alcohol on the ship was not free.)  So in total, we spent about $4600 for 15 days (not including flight days) in Europe.

The cruise ship was a lot of fun — we were lucky to meet a few new friends, and there was a lot to do on the ship.  It’s also really nice to be able to leave your luggage somewhere secure and not lug it around to each city.  But in hindsight, if you want a true feeling for being in Europe, I wouldn’t necessarily recommend a cruise.  My husband and I have both spent time in Europe before and you won’t get that same experience on a ship where you still feel like you’re going back to the US every night. 🙂  I don’t regret it, since it was still fun and it was the easiest thing we could arrange in the two weeks we had to plan our honeymoon before we left.  It’s just up to your personal preferance as to what kind of experience you want.

If you do consider a cruise, I would generally not recommend using the ship’s excursion programs (which tend to be really expensive) — just make sure you plan out what to do and how to get there beforehand, since the ports of call are sometimes a significant distance from the points of interest.

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