9 Honeymoon Destinations That Were Not Worth The Price

Niagara Falls, New York

Since the 1800s, Niagara Falls, a natural marvel, has been a favorite honeymoon location. Consider rethinking your Maid of the Mist excursion.

Las Vegas

Las Vegas has a honeymoon for those who want a wild party weekend before marriage. Many critics say it's not worth the hype, citing pricey lodgings

Acapulco, Mexico

Ghost town Acapulco. One Reddit tourist said, "The beach had 5 7 people. Sad to see. Walking north from (Club) Paradise,  noticed abandoned beachside buildings with shattered glass

Tulum, Mexico

Tulum, known for its ruins of an ancient Mayan city, has been called the Williamsburg of Mexico." It has exploded in popularity in the past decade, thanks in part to its legendary parties

The Hamptons, New York

The Hamptons, on New York's Long Island, have long been touted as the swanky getaway for some of the country s most elite, and the area beckons honeymooners with beachfront hotels


Architecture enthusiasts may be mesmerized by the soaring buildings, but honeymooners seeking more leisurely strolls around the valley may have a difficult time finding

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Dubai doesn't provide Middle Eastern history. There's nothing to view beyond the huge buildings, and the quick pace makes it hard to relax.

Venice, Italy

Cruise ships bring in droves of tourists, and the city has been dealing with more flooding than ever since Venice is quite literally sinking.


Taking a trip to the City of Love is the ultimate romantic destination. Or it just seems that way, until you actually get there and are tormented by the long lines and densely crowded tourist areas.