Rome is home to La Dolce Vita or the sweet life, 2800 years of history and culture and modernity of western Europe with a burgeoning night life and being a fashion capital. All this makes Rome one of the most interesting and romantic cities. So what makes a Rome honeymoon package special, we take a look below.
Rome being the power centre for the world for the better part of the last 3000 years makes it home with all kinds of important landmarks and monuments. One could make it to the Colosseum and imagine the ancient Romans enjoying their games or walk down the Via Sacre and imagine all the great Roman Emperors who walked down the same path or look at the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel and imagine Michelangelo working on his masterpiece. The city has seen so much history that it is hard not to feel romantic in what is described as “the world’s largest open air museum”.
Italians love their coffee and they love their cafés. So, when in Rome do as the Romans do and relax by one of the famous Piazzas and enjoy your cuppa while the city buzzes by. The Piazzas are also host to events and flea markets. For instance, the Piazza Navona hosts the Christmas market. The Piazza was built in the first century CE.
Food and drink
The Italians know one fundamental secret about love – the way to the heart is through the stomach. Italy being the land of pizzas, pastas and wine proves just that! Italians are very proud of their food and drink and you should enjoy it to your heart’s content. There are also many a food and wine tours which will help you navigate through this great food culture. This surely will be the icing on the cake that is your Rome honeymoon package.
Italy is one of the fashion hotspots of the world. The best of fashion can be found here. You will not be short of gifting ideas for your loved one. So loosen those purse strings and show your special one how much you love them by taking them shopping in Rome.
The best time to plan your honeymoon in Rome is in the months of October, November, December, January, February or March