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How to get to the destination(s) and knowing how long to stay for are two crucial aspects in the whole honeymoon planning process. The following article looks at both the honeymoon travel & duration in greater depth.


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The longer you go for and the further you go, typically the more it will cost. That said, budget isn't always the main factor when determining your honeymoon travel & duration - and there are other factors to consider from fear of flying to job constraints. Let's take a look some of the options open to you and the pro's and con's of each...



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How to travel to your destination will largely be dictated by where it is, and for trips farther afield, the only real option is for you to travel by air. However, if you are honeymooning closer to home then there are a number of other options open to you.


England, Scotland and Wales have some of the finest roads in the world, so getting to your final destination by car, taxi or coach (or combination of the last two) is relatively straightforward.

Likewise, whilst our rail network isn’t perhaps as good as some of our European counterparts, it still is fairly reliable and there are stations dotted all across Great Britain - you can bet your bottom dollar on the fact that there will be one near to where you will be Honeymooning.


For those of you heading across the water, ferries and hovercrafts provide a viable alternative to aeroplanes. There are a number of ports dotted all around the country offering convenient timetables to multiple destinations. Combine this with another mode of transport (car, coach, taxi or train) and you will be able to arrive at your destination in next to no time.


If you plan to book a beach resort, pay close attention to the beach itself – a barefoot moonlit walk hand-in-hand along the shore is really romantic, but it is a heck of a lot more comfortable on a white powder beach than one with shingle and pebbles everywhere.


Finally, you must determine whether it is a pure beach holiday you’re after or somewhere with other optional activities nearby just in case. A desert island break may appeal, but you need to ask yourself whether this will still appeal ten days into your holiday.


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