Want to stay in the U.S. for your honeymoon? We have some fun options for your memorable vacation!
Head to Nashville or Austin if you are a couple that loves live music. Both are renowned for local clubs, amazing open mic nights, and the good old fashioned honky-tonk. Thankfully, both of these arts communities also have restaurants with delicious food to fuel your late nights out.
Want lots of time in nature, but also the conveniences of the city? Try Portland or Anchorage. Portland offers endless opportunities within easy driving distance. In less than hour you can be hiking Multnomah Falls, and in less than two you can be enjoying the Pacific surf in Cannon Beach. Within the city limits, expect great craft beers, unbelievable brunch menus, and the best people watching, ever. Similarly, Anchorage is almost completely surrounded by mountains. Get your adventure on at Portage Glacier or take a long hike while checking out the aqua blue Kenai River.
Just want to soak up the sun? Los Angeles or Miami are locations guaranteed to overdose you on vitamin D. Los Angeles is generally a more temperate climate than Miami and has endless entertainment options once you've turned pink. Miami's endless stretches of beaches are perfect for baking to a deep brown. After the sun goes down, make sure to try out one of the many Cuban restaurants.
All about the museums, theatre, and fine dining? New York City and San Francisco are two must-see cities. Play the tourist in New York by attending a Broadway show, visiting the Empire State Building at dusk, and don't forget to drool over the windows of Bergdorf Goodman. San Francisco is more than just Alcatraz and trolleys (although, we admit, both are pretty interesting). Savor incredible sushi and stay at one of their stunning boutique hotels.
Prefer to take the scenic route? Southern charm abounds in New Orleans and Savannah, two cities rich with great local cuisine, fascinating history, and antebellum buildings. You need to unwind after all that wedding stress, and there is no better way than a little down home hospitality. Both cities offer quirky tours, so make sure to try at least one. If you head to New Orleans make sure to spend the morning over beignets and chicory coffee. And a vacay to Savannah would not be complete without a stroll through the older neighborhoods, shaded on tree-lined streets.