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Amsterdam. It’s so much more than tulips, wooden shoes and windmills. The capital of the Netherlands is the perfect setting for an affordable, relaxing European honeymoon. This liberal city offers plenty of culture, history, romance…and partying!
For this couple, Italy was the perfect honeymoon choice because it is one of the oldest and most culturally rich countries in the world.
If you are among the third-largest ethnic group in Canada, or if you just like all things UK, check out Scotland. This country of five million is home to historic figures like William Wallace (think Mel Gibson in Braveheart), and Mary Queen of Scots.
Visit the Basque Country, a breathtakingly beautiful area that includes regions in the north of Spain and France. Take in the sun, sea, sand and surf at numerous beaches along the coast from France towards Bilbao.
Imagine a 13th-century small village, empty and ignored, in the heart of southern Tuscany in Italy. Imagine, the scenery, the activities and the food. Tuscany could be your honeymoon destination.
Complete your storybook wedding with a fairytale honeymoon in the sunny Principality of Monaco.
The Italian island of Capri is located off the south side of the Gulf of Naples. It has attracted European artists, writers and celebrities.
Vienna, Austria, in the heart of Europe, is said to be one of the 10 most romantic cities in the world. So whether you take a romantic stroll along the Danube River or immerse yourself in the city’s rich culture and history, Vienna is an ideal honeymoon destination.
A biking holiday is not what it used to be. It's better. You’ll enjoy the leisurely pace, which gives you time to get immersed in the landscape, the towns, the villages and the culture.
World-famous architecture mixes with lively entertainment.
The lure of Ireland lies in its landscapes and its people, and this is the best way for visitors to experience the soul of this ancient land that is so famous for its beauty, its saints and its scholars.
Madrid is one of Europe's great cities. It's a major centre for international business and commerce and one of Europe's largest financial centres, but it's a delight to visit because it has preserved the look and feel of its multiculture past, especially through its architecture.
One of the nicest ways to see Europe is on a river cruise. Choose from the Danube, Elbe, France, Holland & Belgium, Holland & Germany, Russia, Portugal and Spain.
Switzerland is akin to a multi-layered mosaic, with four national languages (none of them English) and a reputation for extraordinary cleanliness, neatness, political neutrality – and great beauty.