Baglioni Hotel Luna
Overlooking the lagoon on one side and the canal on the other,…
A city built across over a hundred small islands linked by arched bridges and meandering canals, Venice is one of the world’s best-known romantic travel destinations. Sip espresso at a quiet waterfront cafe, float through picturesque canals, barter at charming Italian street markets and bask in culture galore…Venice is the romantic home of Casanova, and couples who choose this classic honeymoon destination will see that Casanova was just the beginning.
Venice is a hot destination for international tourists, so we recommend taking your trip in the off season to avoid the crowds, if possible. If not, going just a little off the most well-worn track will reward you with a quieter side of Venice, and those little local secrets that most tourists miss. When you’re in a city this romantic, you’ll want it all to yourselves! Don’t be afraid to explore – check out the north side of Cannaregio for a taste of local life, where peaceful cafes and restaurants along the canal often become stages for spontaneous serenades from local jazz musicians.
Hold hands in a sleek wooden Gondola and take a sweet, slow ride through the narrow canals winding along the foundations of the city’s centuries-old architechture. Watch the setting sun splash color across the arcades of St. Mark’s Square, or catch an Italian opera at Venice’s oldest theatre, the La Fenice Opera.
Luxury-soaked hotels and resorts, intimate restaurants like the cafe where Casanova famously courted so many women, and an old-world charm that’s baked into the fabric of the city…romance flows in Venice like the water through its canals. Explore it for yourselves and treat your honeymoon to hundreds of years of romance history!
Venetian sophistication in a quiet neighborhood where, after seeing and doing the…