Honeymoons in UK

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UK Overview

The United Kingdom is a wonderfully romantic choice in a honeymoon for even the most discerning couples.  Whether you dream of rugged terrain, or the luxuries of a five star hotel resort, or sightseeing fascinating sights and sounds, the UK can make those honeymoon dreams and adventures come true. 

A honeymoon in the United Kingdom can take you from one fascinating destination to another.  The UK is untamed wildness, pristine beaches, glorious hotel resorts, and stunning architect.  There is something for all tastes in this wonderful part of the world that offers honeymoon relaxation, culture, art, and history. 

Key Facts for UK

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When to Honeymoon in UK

When to Go:  The best time of the year to honeymoon to the United Kingdom is during the months of May through September.  The rainy and windy season is January through March and April and is best to avoid.

Flight Info:  Several flights fly the route from India to the United Kingdom.  Air India, Turkish Airlines, Emirates and Jet Airways all serve the route from New Delhi to the United Kingdom.  Flights vary in time, but you can expect a flight of about 9.5 hours. 

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Getting Married in UK

In a land with endless scenery, culture and history, it is not difficult to imagine a dream wedding.  A destination wedding in the United Kingdom can turn those dreams into reality.  With rugged shoreline, open national parkland, and a vibrant capital, dreams can come true. With many wonderful places like Edinburgh, Scotland, London, Belfast, Northern Ireland, and Cardiff, couples have an array of options to say those magical vows.

Marriage Requirements


To wed in England or Wales, you may be required to live in the country for no less than 22 days before you wed.  You will need to file a Notice of Intent to marry and you will need to provide photo ID and your birth certificates.  Requirements may vary depending where you plan to wed in the UK.  For more information, please click HERE.