Many couples planning their nuptials are looking for something special, something exotic, or unique in its way. Various wedding destinations around the world are thus growing in popularity. Tourism-review.com presents some of the best yet less known wedding destinations in Europe, for those who are planning to say ‘I do’ any time soon.
It is highly likely that the Greek islands are many people’s fantasy, as they are one of the best places in the world to get married. The truth is that for many couples it is hard to resist those beautiful white houses on the cliffs, and the intense blue of the Mediterranean Sea. Santorini, Mykonos, Rhodes… Choose any of these as your wedding destination.
Danish islands in the Baltic Sea offer an ideal place for taking photos to showcase a wedding with lots of style. The island of Ærø is home to the city of Ærøskøbing which stands out thanks to its medieval imprint, cobbled streets, old and colorful houses, stone lighthouses, wooden huts on the beach, and the sea is like a wonderful mantle that surrounds everything. In addition, same sex marriage is allowed.
If you are not afraid of cold, and snow is your thing, you should consider Norway as a perfect wedding destination. And why not do it during the winter? This way, your background will be the most wonderful northern lights. Tromsø, the Svalbard Islands, and the Lofoten Islands are some of the best options this Nordic country has to offer.
A list of the best wedding destinations in Europe cannot omit the Italian coast. Are you looking for incredible gardens to take the best photos of your wedding? You will find them in the city of Ravello on the Amalfi Coast of Italy. Set at 400 meters above the Tyrrhenian Sea, Ravello looks like a beautiful natural gallery, in which roads lined with lemon trees, olive groves, vineyards and old palaces stand out. Without a doubt, Ravello is a difficult option to ignore.
Actually, you don’t have to go that far to find the best places in the world to get married. And if you don’t want to, the majestic option of Santiago de Compostela (World Heritage Site) is always available. The city is striking thanks to its history and monumental architecture, from its imposing cathedral to its monasteries, going through stately houses and squares where time seems to have stopped.
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