In a previous blog post, we discussed honeymoon ideas for your trip to Tuscany, most notably things to do in the great destinations of Florence and Sienna. While these two places may be the most known Tuscany reprieves, there are plenty of hidden gems all throughout the region that are filled with wine tours and honeymoon villas that will make any vacation one for the record books.
Here are some additional towns you must see, along with plenty of honeymoon ideas to visit when you're in the beautiful Tuscan region.
This small medieval town will make you feel as if you and your spouse traveled back in time. The majority of things San Gimignano offers can be seen in one day, making it a perfect day trip if you are staying at a larger neighboring city such as Florence. Some things not to miss include:
Inside, you'll be able to see ancient frescos that recount stories from the Old and New Testaments, along with stunning stripped pillars and archways.
This is the tallest tower in the small town, and it gives gorgeous views of the Tuscan landscape.
Because what trip to Italy is complete without checking out a Medieval fortress?
Pisa, the place known for its famous tilted tower, is also another great day trip during your Tuscan honeymoon. Make sure to check out:
You'll need to brag about seeing the cool building when you get home!
There's more to see than just the leaning tower -- there is a huge square and plenty of markets to explore. You'll be able to discover it all during a walking tour.
This little road is filled with tiny shops, open air markets, and an adorable little church. An interesting street, this off the beaten path location will bring a smile to anyone's face.
Known as the city of 100 churches, this Tuscan town requires at least two days to really soak up its magic. Some ideas for exploring include:
Lucca's old city walls are the town's most distinctive element. Following them makes for a nice stroll on a warm summer day.
This is the town's cathedral, and it is situated right in the middle of the square. So you'll be able to explore both the city center and the church without going far.
A relic from the Roman times, this cool area is not to be missed. Plus what cooler way to celebrate your honeymoon is there than taking photos where gladiators once roamed?
We hope that these honeymoon ideas will give you some inspiration for your vacation in Tuscany! Honeymoons can be as versatile as you want them to be -- according to TripBarometer, the five most common things travelers are willing to spend on include sightseeing, special dining experiences, staying at the best hotels, activities, and shopping.
So what will you do during your Tuscany honeymoon? We hope everything!