Getting married in winter: Where to enjoy the honeymoon?

Wedding is beautiful in any season, but the concern of many brides is the honeymoon destination in winter. We will suggest two destinations both for those who enjoy the romantic winter climate, and for those who prefer warm days and a good beach.

Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires, Argentina, is very popular with couples for their honeymoon. It is a cozy city, full of options for tours and a trip considered cheap especially for those who live in the South.

In Buenos Aires there are almost mandatory tours: Watch a Tango show; eat chourizo steak and anything with dulce de leche.

There is a City Tour service, called the Buenos Aires Bus, worth a lot for those who don’t know anything there. Thus, it is possible to get to know the tourist points in general, go down where to draw more attention and leave the other points to get to know more calmly.

Puerto Madero : It’s great for a peaceful afternoon or a walk along the boardwalk. The complex is 4 km long and has a hotel, restaurants and even a floating casino in the extreme south, where the Madero Tango venue is also located. In the evening, enjoy the restaurants.

Puerto Madero at sunset is an invitation to rest, in the absence of haste. It has restaurants, casino, tango show and, next door, is where the shipments to Colonia del Sacramento, and Montevideo, Uruguay take place.

At both ends is the Buquebus boat terminal, where there are boat trips every day, which take tourists to Colonia del Sacramento or Montevideo, crossing the Mar del Plata.

Café Tortoni – It is one of the most traditional and oldest in the city and is about 155 years old. Churros, hot chocolate, ice cream and the media lunas are almost mandatory orders for those who visit the space. Underground there are two environments where tango performances take place.

The medium lunas of Café Tortoni are very famous and that alone attracts tourists to the place, but be sure to try options with dulce de leche, which is also tasty in Argentina

Café Tortoni is super traditional and old in Buenos Aires, besides gastronomy, it has two environments with tango shows at very good prices

Leaving the cafe two blocks to the right is the Obelisk. On the left is Casa Rosada; behind it is the Bicentennial Museum of Independence.

Casa Rosada is the seat of the presidency of the Argentine Republic. It is in front of the Plaza de Mayo and also houses the Museum of the Government House

Calle Florida – Here you have the most traditional shops in the city, but you need to be attentive and take good care of bags, cameras and shopping bags. If you intend on shopping, this is a paradise. If not, there is much to be seen and known as well.

Caminito – It is in La Boca and is certainly the most sought after by tourists, although it is not the most beautiful. There are attractions, such as craft workshops and exhibitions and street artists.

Caminito is one of the most popular tourist spots in Buenos Aires

Feira San Telmo – It is an antiques fair that takes place every Sunday at Plaza Dorrego, there are also presentations by street artists and good options for affordable lunches.

Tango Shows – Obviously, BAs are good tango shows. And you can choose which one to watch according to the layout of your wallet. Rojo Tango and El Querendí, are two mega shows, but very expensive.

At the Borges Cultural Center, Bar Sur and the aforementioned Café Tortoni, there are beautiful and cheaper presentation options.

Extra tips : Te Mataré Ramirez – An erotic restaurant with presentations of puppets, wines and delicious food. It is quite crowded, so the golden tip is to make a reservation before you go.

Luján Zoo – It is 70 km from Buenos Aires and is not a traditional zoo: it has no cages. The animals are loose and it is possible to have contact with them, including lions.


For those who really like it is the hot days, a good beach and lots of fun in the dunes, Natal is the perfect destination: it is where the sun shines 365 days a year.

The tourist attractions there are a little more distant, so renting a car becomes almost mandatory for those who do not want to depend only on buggies.

In Natal , there is Ponta Negra Beach , very popular and lively. It is there that Morro do Careca, a 120 meter high dune with a slightly more agitated sea.

Morro do Careca is in Natal, is a 120 meter high dune responsible for the fun of many tourists

Another tour option just 5 km from the center is Praia do Forte , where there is the Forte dos Reis Magos, a star-shaped construction, built on reefs. In the Fort is the Marco de Touros – an all marble piece, with the sculpted malta cross. It is considered the oldest historical document in Brazil.

On the North coast is where most of the delicious messes of tourists usually happen. In the region of Genipabu , there are 50 km of Natal, there are dunes, lagoons and beaches that guarantee the radical tours of bugs, dromedary tours, zip lines – or aerobunda and the esquibunda.

Walking another five kilometers is Maracajaú , a complex of natural pools that will delight your eyes. The district is known for its parrachos, which are coral formations not far from the coast. This beach is also popular for diving with a mask and snorkel where you can observe a rich marine fauna. It is an area of ​​environmental preservation and tourist activity is controlled.

Much sought after for diving, Maracajaú is a complex of natural pools where parrachos are formed

The famous Pipa beach is to the south, about 90 km away going along the beach. On the way, there is the largest cashew tree in the world , with 8,500 square meters of canopy. It is located in Pirangi do Sul, 20 km from Natal, where diving is also possible. There are boat trips that take visitors to the natural pools where the water is much more crystal clear, and the view even more beautiful.


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