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These Places Are Perfect For The Newly Wed Couples

These Places Are Perfect For The Newly Wed Couples

Everyone loves to travel and especially if you are a newly married couple then every second is romantic. You love to explore places which are full of love. You can feel the love in the breeze and love to spend time with each other. 

There are some places in the world, which are untouched and should always be explored by honeymooners. You can spend romantic evening followed by beautiful dinner at these places. For the newly married, choosing that one destination for the perfect honeymoon becomes more important than anything else. After all, that would probably be the most beautiful trip of your life. If by some luck, both of you share the common affection for food, there can’t be a better way for your honeymoon than to travel to places that serve the best of flavors.

But then, these destinations also need to be romantic enough to help you feel the magic of traveling together. To help you in making your choice easier, we have compiled a list of the most amazing foodie honeymoon destinations around the world. Pick the one you like the most, and book that dream holiday straight away.

Burgundy, France

For couples who like the charm of natural beauty, there are very few places on the Earth that can be a better honeymoon destination than Burgundy in France. This countryside town is blessed with rolling hills, dotted with mustard fields and Medieval villages. Sounds like a dream destination already, doesn’t it? When it comes to appeasing foodie couples, vineyards of Burgundy and the local cuisine, famous all over the world, will do much to impress. Beef bourguignon, for instance, is a signature dish of the region and has been named after the name of the destination. Besides, the honeymooning foodies can also enjoy flavours of the traditional dishes of the region including escargots, which is a preparation of snails cooked in garlic, butter and parsley, ceufs meurette (eggs poached in red wine), and a lot of other famous delicacies from the region. If you are a honeymoon couple looking to try new food on your trip, Burgundy is just the place to go to.

Oahu, Hawaii

If both of you dream of a honeymoon wherein you enjoy your romantic moments by the sea as well as indulge yourselves in food luxuries by the sea, Oahu in Hawaii is what we recommend. While the gorgeous white sand beaches and the amazing adventure activities including snorkeling can blow your mind, the food here can actually make you feel the urge to extend your stay for longer than you have booked. The culinary journey in Oahu can take you through some of the most amazing seafood of varying colours and flavours, a wider range of delicacies than you would’ve ever ever experienced. For instance, a delectable spread of sashimi after your romantic dip in the ocean can make your evening beautiful to say the least. Besides, the place will spoil you by serving a wide variety of delicacies including spam musubi, macadamia nut-crusted fish, foie gras nigiri and haupia (coconut pudding).

Provence, France

While most foodies are aware that France is among the countries that serve the finest gastronomic varieties, Provence is a town that can serve as a one of the best foodies honeymoon destinations for a lot of couples. The cuisine offered in this particular town is special and it derives its amazing flavours from the domination of the hallowed ingredients of Mediterranean cooking, including olive, wine, tomatoes and garlic among other things. For the perfect blend of being a honeymoon and exploring a foodie destination, you can start the day with breakfast at one of the beaches, have lunch at country auberge, tour the hills and the vineyards, witness an unforgettable sunset over the Alps, and explore the artistic side of the town as well. Besides, the French town has a plenty of other interesting experiences and eateries that make it one of the perfect foodie honeymoon destinations in the world.

Seoul, South Korea

For the couples planning their honeymoon right now, Seoul might not be even there in the list of options. Forget it as a preference, it might not even strike a regular traveller as a honeymoon destination. But as surprising as it may sound, it has the perfect combination of places and good food, making it one of the best honeymoon foodie destinations to consider. Home to high-class hotels in plenty and being an extremely safe place to explore and easy enough to navigate, the tourist attractions of Seoul can impress most honeymooners. When it comes to food, the place comes across as one of the best places to have amazing street food. Some of the most popular dishes you can try in this place include hotteok, which is a donut-like snack that comes with a filling of ground nuts, sesame seeds and sugar, or even tteokbokki, which is a bowl of chewy rice served with meat and vegetables in a spicy sauce. While dishes like this can make your foodie dreams come true, you can wash them all down with soju, a Korean spirit, or even makgeolli, which is basically fermented rice wine.