A stunning combination of beautiful scenery, rich history and unforgettable culture makes Tuscany one of the world’s most popular honeymoon destinations each year – and for a good reason.
Tuscany, located in the heart of central Italy, is the perfect honeymoon destination for couples of all ages. Whether you want to spend your afternoons hand in hand, wandering down the winding streets of Florence, or discover more about the history of the area by visiting Siena’s Torre del Mangia (Tower) or looking at a collection in the Piccolomini Library, there is truly something for everyone to enjoy!
Not to mention, Tuscany is known for being the birthplace of Renaissance art, so be sure to stop by some world-famous and breathtaking art galleries during your visit, such as the Accademia Gallery – home to Michaelangelo’s David.
As you and your partner explore the valleys and countryside surrounding Tuscany especially by car or even by a vintage Vespa, you are sure to find romance around each and every corner. You never know what new adventure awaits. Why not try and develop a new skill and learn the language of love (Italian) during your visit? There are plenty of locations within Tuscany that host beginner’s lessons for visitors wanting to delve deeper into the country. On the other hand, you can enjoy a hot air balloon ride over the Tuscan hills and enjoy the beautiful views together.
After a busy day exploring this beautiful region, you are sure to find the perfect spot to relax and unwind in one of Tuscany’s many restaurants or wineries. The area itself is known for its delicious cuisine – namely steaks, tomatoes, home-made pastas and pizzas that are sure to leave your mouth watering and your stomach full.
And of course, it would not be a trip to Tuscany if you did not indulge in some delicious wine along the way! In fact, Tuscany boasts some of the world’s most popular wine regions, so they are experts in the field! Whether you visit a winery in Chianti or grab a glass at a bar, be sure to sample a glass (or two) of the famous Brunello di Montalcino or the Vino Nobile Di Montepulciano during your stay – you will not regret it! You can even take it up a notch by going horseback riding through the beautiful vineyards.
Tuscany is a truly beautiful destination for honeymoons year-round, though if you want an unforgettable multi-centre honeymoon, pair it with top destinations such as Florence, Pisa, Siena and San Gimignano.
How long is a flight from the UK to Tuscany?
A flight from the UK to Florence is just over 2 hours.
What currency is used in Tuscany?
The currency used in Tuscancy is Euro.
What language is spoken in Tuscany?
The language spoken in Tuscany is Italian.
What is the time difference in Tuscany?
Tuscany is 1 hour ahead of UK time.
Do I need a visa for Tuscany?
British Citizen passport holders do not need a visa to enter Italy. For up-to-date travel entry advice, please see the FCO website here.