New York wedding = the gateway to a honeymoon paradise

Getting married in New York opens up a world of choice for your honeymoon. Where will you go on yours?

Couples travel from across the world to tie the knot in New York. This doesn’t need to be where it ends though - have you thought about where you can go for your honeymoon?

Wedding in New York honeymoon

Staying in the USA
Choosing a different state to visit after your wedding day is a popular choice for those wanting to keep all their travel plans within the US. New York airports offer great connections to major cities popular with tourism such as:

  • Washington

  • Las Vegas

  • Miami

  • Orlando

  • Philadelphia

You might decide that you want to venture to slightly less obvious destinations such as:

  • Boston

  • San Francisco

  • Chicago

  • Texas

Whichever of the states you pick, do your research and find out what your chosen destination has to offer. Don’t fall into the trap of only visiting the most popular tourist destinations, find out the quirky options that take you slightly off the beaten track. Make memories of a lifetime and enjoy your experiences together as a newly married couple.

Wedding in New York honeymoon destinations

Further afield
Looking to take a more idyllic beach break for your honeymoon? Dreaming of laying on the beach in the sunshine with a cocktail in hand? Then look no further than these popular destinations - all easily accessible from New York city:

  • Bermuda

  • Mexico

  • Barbados

  • St Lucia

  • The Cayman Islands

  • St Maarten

  • Turks and Caicos

  • Antigua

  • Dominican Republic

All of the destinations above are accessible via direct flights from New York. Check the availability and plan a your trip wisely to make the most of the time you have. Why not consider adding more than one honeymoon destination - island hopping is popular with many couples. Speak to your local travel advisor to find out the best routes and options available.

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