With the stresses and strains related to the run-up to the big day, the last thing you need to worry about is the honeymoon as well. Planning a wedding doesn’t just stop at the stationery, catering and the photographer – without the all-important organizational skills, you will find yourself working yourself ragged until the final hour, trying to ensure your wedding is absolutely perfect. After all, marrying your dream man should be the best day of your life – one that you can look back on with fond memories and pride rather than remembering the sleepless nights and raised blood pressure. Once the wedding is done and dusted, it’s time to look at the honeymoon. While many couples will have already booked this well in advance, some love the spontaneity of running to the nearest travel agent or heading online and grabbing a last-minute deal the day after the wedding. Particularly thrilling if you have asked your guests for money towards a honeymoon rather than buying from a gift list, booking a last minute break to a corner of the world you’ve been dying to visit is super exciting and an absolute must. If you’re looking forward to booking a luxury break with your new spouse, look no further than Cuba holidays. A romantic stint in Cuba doesn’t have to overstretch the budget and will place you in a perfect place to appreciate the white sandy beaches and tropical palm trees as well as the plentiful culture, incredible atmosphere and sun-kissed pools. Head for the dreamy Maximo Gomez if you want to relax in the exquisite sunshine while being a step away from the enthralling Cuban spirit. There are few places in the world with the same sort of atmosphere as Cuba. Spend your honeymoon appreciating this incredible Caribbean island – you won’t regret it.
Thomas Cook provides a whole host of incredible honeymoon options online, ensuring that your special break can be as flawless and sensational as possible. With plenty of luxury destinations available, a tailormade break perfect for newlyweds is just around the corner. Photo credit: locofotocuba66 ilkerender Fosforix nan palmero