Every couple is different in what they find fun as well as what they can afford. Many newlyweds take off for Europe for about a month and travel around by the Eurail and maybe a Mediterranean cruise. If picking a city is important, opt for one that neither or both people have been to.
This allows for creating a completely new experience or showing the each other their favorite places. One of the best locations is Italy given that there are multiple cities to see with a wide variety of attractions. Some are romantic, some might be educational, and some cities can allow the newlyweds to spoil one another.
The answer to this question depends on what you’re looking for in a honeymoon. In other words, do you want to cruise with other newlyweds, do you want a warm and relaxing beach vacation, a culture-focused large city tour and so on. According to rankings by U.S. News & World Report, based on expert opinions and traveler votes, the top honeymoon destinations are as follows: Tuscany, Tahiti, Bora Bora, St. Lucia, Fiji, Napa Valley, Maldives, Paris, Florence, Amalfi Coast, Bali, Kauai, Rome, Santorini, Maui, Cinque Terre, Lorie Valley, Corfu, US Virgin Islands and Nice.
This list was probably compiled before the 2017 hurricane season so be sure to do more research before you decide on your destination.