(Closed) Italy Honeymoon, Cruise it or Create on adventures on Land?

posted 8 years ago in Honeymoons
Post # 3
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2010

Italy is very easy to get around using the trains, but for your convenience, I’d pick 2-3 cities and stick to those (depending on how long you’re planning on staying).  Rome tends to be the easiest/cheapest to fly into.  From there, its very easy to go north to Florence/Tuscany or south to Venice.

Personally, I preferred Tuscany and the older cities (Sienna, San Gigiano, Florence) to Venice.  I also found that food in Italy is fairly affordable compared to what you might pay for on a cruise – wine is very inexpensive, and its very easy to grab sandwiches/snacks and things for a few euros.

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