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The Perfect Honeymoon in Rome

Rome is one of the most romantic cities in the world and it is no wonder that it is one of the top honeymoon destinations for couples.  The city is a very large, modern city, but it is also very old.  The cobblestone streets and many of the sights are thousands of years old, but that only adds to the beauty and magnificence of the city.  Add in the piazzas and the multiple fountains and every step that a person takes is met with breathtaking views.  

While honeymooning in Rome, couples will want to spend one late evening near the Trastevere.  The Trastevere has numerous monuments as well as the Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain, which are all more magical once the sun has set and the city lights have been turned on.  Couples need to make sure that they get a kiss or two while at the Trevi Fountain, so that all of their wishes come true in the future.  

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The Piazza Navona was built over the stadium where Emperor Domitian held contests and chariot races in the first century.  Inside the piazza are three magnificent fountains, multiple Bernini sculptures, and the Sant’Agnese in Agnone church.  The Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi was created by Bernini in 1651 and represents the four rivers as well as the four corners of the world.  

Couples who love films and theatre will want to venture over to the Via Veneto to take a stroll amongst the historical buildings, outdoor cafes, and small boutiques.  Harry’s Bar is infamous and a must-stop destination for everyone.  As couples leave the Via Veneto, they will want to head over to the Teatro dell’Opera di Roma to see a performance; whether it is ballet, dance, or theatrical.  

Couples can test their skills and adventurism with a visit to the Castel Sant’Angelo, which is a castle that was turned into a fortress.  Visitors are able to explore the castle and use the trap doors, ditches, drawbridges, dungeons, and more.  Mesmerizing views of the Roman city skyline can be seen from the terraces of the castle.  

Before leaving Rome, couples will want to head over to Villa Borghese to enjoy a picnic amongst the greenery and historical buildings.  While it is easy to simply enjoy the quiet of a picnic lunch, couples can also explore the buildings as well as the museums, plus rent a bike for a little ride around the park.  

A honeymoon in Rome can be filled with as much adventure as couples want.  They can also choose to have a laidback type of honeymoon, where they do nothing more than walk the streets and enjoy the food at multiple restaurants.  Couples have so much to choose from while in Rome and the experiences that they have will last a lifetime.