One wedding gift you and your husband might want to consider for yourselves after you tie the knot is a honeymoon to a delectable location. Instead of opting for a tropical destination, book a trip to a location that can quell your sweet tooth!
If you both share a love of chocolate, use this as your focal point to plan a honeymoon you won't forget. There are many locations around the globe, seemingly made for chocolate lovers and honeymooners alike. Here are some destinations to consider while planning your getaway.
Britannica.com reports that Belgium is by far the largest chocolate producer in the world, meaning it's a must-visit location for lovers of the sweet concoction. Here, you're sure to find an abundance of gourmet truffles, hot cocoa and chocolate cake to satisfy your cravings. There are also four different chocolate museums to visit in Belgium to better familiarize yourself with this delectable treat.
If you're more interested in learning about where chocolate originally comes from and how it gets to store shelves, educate yourself in Oaxaca, Mexico. Here, you and your new spouse can travel to some chocolate manufacturing companies to find out how cacao is transformed into the sweet treat you know it as today. Oaxaca has been known for developing (and eating) chocolate for centuries, meaning they know a thing or two about what it takes to make high-quality treats.
Want to keep it local? Stay within the States and travel to Hershey, Pennsylvania, with your loved one to indulge in some of the sweetest treats on this side of the Atlantic. TopTenz.com reports that Hershey is home to none other than the Hershey candy bar company, as well as a chocolate spa and museum - there's plenty to do in what has been deemed "the Sweetest Place on Earth."
San Francisco, California
If you and your hubby don't want to be too far from the beaches on your honeymoon while still quelling your sweet tooth, take a trip to California to indulge in some chocolate. San Francisco is home to the Ghirardelli company, which churns out batches of gourmet chocolate and ships it across the country. There are also numerous luxury chocolate shops throughout the city streets, making it a go-to location for honeymooners who want something sweet as they enjoy married life.