Tuesday, 12 January 2016

Where to travel for your first wedding anniversary


If you are the kind of couple that would enjoy a trip as a gift this might be an interesting list for you.
They are not necessarily options that can only be used for the first year anniversary but for any, and even just because you want to go on a getaway with your partner.



I came up with this list from web research, plus ideas from hubby and myself.
These aren't to be meant as typical places, but maybe a list of places you have not thought of yet.

If you are on a budget
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Edinburgh, Scotland. If you are living in the UK or Europe going to places that are close by will be cheaper but can be quite delightful too. You can find great spas, golf resorts, whiskey tours, loads of historical entertainment apart from galleries and museums to visit.

Want a romantic getaway
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Positano, Italy. Really anywhere in Italy is very romantic, in my opinion. Wine and food are obviously the main course for an Italian trip. Going to the Amalfi coast, seeing the hillside village, beautiful beaches, and even visiting a very interesting 13th century artifact filled church called Santa Maria Assunta.

Adventorous couple
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Queenstown, New Zealand. It is a bit obvious here, but if you are into hiking, bungee jumping and so on this is the place to be. You can find skiing, snowboarding, horseback riding, hiking, and water rafting. That is not to mention the jet boats that fly through the water performing amazing stunts.

If you want to renew vows
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Paradise Island, Bahamas. Oh the tropical oasis and the beach adventures. You can swim with the dolphins, go down a water slide into a shark infested water, snorkel in beautiful lagoons, go to the spa, play at the golf course, and have some great drinks.

Luxurious trip
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Bora Bora, French Polynesia. This trip will definitely give you a royal treatment. It is home to the over water bungalows and 360 degree views of the paradise. It should definitely include a motu visit which are the tropical sanctuaries that were once only opened for kings. And to top it off a wonderful scuba diving and jet skiing fun.

Foodie couple
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New Orleans, U.S.A. Well known for its French and Spanish Creole architecture, apart from the cross cultural and multilingual heritage. It is very knows for the cuisine,music, and annual celebrations and festivals. The food is a mix of French, Spanish, Italian, African, Native American, Cajun, Chinese with hints of Cuban flavours.

Historical sight seeing couple
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Danube. Taking a boat cruise up the Danube river can be something of another world. It flows through 10 countries - Originates in Germany, passes Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova and finally Ukraine before emptying into the Black sea.


Have you gone to any of those places?
Do you recommend somewhere else to go for a wedding anniversary?
Leave me a comment letting me know.

9 comments:

  1. Great picks! I've always wanted to go to New Orleans.

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    1. Sounds like an awesome place, doesn't it?!

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  2. Ha! My (new) fiance and I just had an "engagement moon" and we went to the UK and hit up Edinburgh... As well as St. Andrews, York & Manchester. Scotland was DEFINITELY our favorite, even though it was friggin' FREEZING!

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    1. It sounds like you had an amazing engagement moon! Congrats by the way!

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  3. These are all beautiful places! I'd love to travel.. have to get to the wedding part before the anniversary part but great ideas

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    1. Hahaha, definetly, but it doesn't mean you can't travel by yourself or with friends!

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  4. I'd say yes to any of these lovely places.

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  6. It's an excellent location, right in the heart of the city near public transportation. The wedding venues NYC have coat hangers right at the entrance where you can leave your coat, and a lobby where you can set up some cocktail tables.

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