The Honeymoon

The Honeymoon
Everything For The Honeymoon

Monday, March 25, 2013

Musical Austrian Honeymoon

For any fan of The Sound of Music, an Austrian honeymoon is a must. The culture of Austria is full of musical history, with something for every music lover.

Of course, Austria is also a fantastic destination beyond music, and one that you're sure to love. The country is easy to get to, with flights directly into Vienna. It is also easy to get to from neighboring countries Germany and Switzerland.

Once in Austria, the options are seemingly endless. For classical music fans, there are a number of festivals and concerts around the country. The birthplace of Mozart, Haydn, Schubert, and many other composers, the classical music scene here is second to none.

Those with more modern tastes will enjoy the Bezau Beatz music festival held each summer. There's also plenty for those who want to relive the famous musical set in the country.

Whether you want to try singing in the mountains, practicing yodeling, or something entirely different, Austria has plenty to offer. To find out more about booking your Austrian honeymoon, get in touch today!

Sunday, March 17, 2013

Swiss Alps Honeymoons

The Swiss Alps are one of the world's most beautiful mountain ranges. They have inspired artists for centuries, and it's little wonder why. The region also makes a fantastic honeymoon destination any time of year.

Switzerland is easy to reach, with flights directly into Zurich available from many locations. In Switzerland, there are many beautiful places to stay within the Alpine region.

Whether you choose Zermatt, where you can explore the world famous Matterhorn, or the upscale shopping in Gstaad, or the picturesque views of St. Moritz, the Swiss hospitality is sure to impress. The country boasts many of the world's best hotels while also offering many opportunities to camp or even stay on a farm.

Of course, along with obvious skiing and hiking, the region offers plenty to do throughout the year. Montreux, situated at the foot of the Alps on Lake Geneva, is home to a renowned Jazz Festival every July. Lake Geneva and Lake Lucerne are popular destinations in their own right, too.

For outdoor pursuits, shopping, and culture, a Switzerland honeymoon is something you'll remember for a lifetime. To find out more about how you can book your Switzerland honeymoon, get in touch today.

Sunday, March 10, 2013

Honeymoons Even More Popular

The number of couples taking a honeymoon has increased in 2012, according to the Real Weddings Study. The annual survey of brides, conducted by and, showed that more than three-quarters of couples took a honeymoon.

As the economy has begun to improve, more couples are going back to this important wedding tradition. Taking time away together as a newly married couple is a way for you to bond, enjoy your new marriage, and have a bit of relaxation after the stress of wedding planning.

Another way that couples have been able to afford to take a honeymoon is through the use of a honeymoon  registry. These are perfect for couples who don't need or want the traditional wedding gifts like toasters and sets of china. Instead, your guests contribute to your honeymoon costs. To find out more about honeymoon registries, click here!

Of course, one of the great things about a honeymoon -- and a honeymoon registry -- is that you get to visit an amazing destination. Whether you want to see Paris in the springtime, the stunning beaches of Thailand, or  the beauty of Bogota, a honeymoon trip can be a way of taking the journey of a lifetime.

Sunday, March 3, 2013

Honeymoon on the Isle of Wight

Home to music festivals, quaint villages, and glorious landscapes, the Isle of Wight is one of the largest islands in Great Britain. Located off the southern coast of England, it is easy to reach and can offer a relaxed, welcoming honeymoon destination.

To get to the Isle of Wight, you can fly directly into one of London's major airports. Enjoy a train journey through the English countryside to get to any of the three coastal towns and cities offering ferry and hovercraft service to the island.

The island has a history that dates back to the Roman Empire, and a vibrant natural history. Science-minded couples can explore the quarries where a variety of fossils and rock formations have been discovered. The main towns of Newport, Cowes, and Ryde offer tourist attractions and shopping.

For couples looking for a bit of adventure, the Isle of Wight is known for its cycling, sailing, walking, and other sports. It has been a draw for those wanting to spend a bit of time at the beach since Victorian times.

Of course, the island is perfect for a quiet romantic honeymoon, too. With plenty of bed and breakfasts, hotels, and self-catering accommodation along the coast and inland, you can find a place to suit your taste.

To find out how you can book an Isle of Wight honeymoon, get in touch today.