Tracie Jones and her fiance, Tyler Cohen, have been planning for their 2021 honeymoon.
Photographer: Hannah Yoon/Bloomberg
The vaccine rollout is driving plans for decadent escapes to the Arctic Circle, Tuscany, Cabo San Lucas and beyond.
Step 1: Get the vaccine.
Step 2: Fly to Venice, Italy, and take in the magic of the canals, bridges and alleys. Next stop? Modena, to visit the Ferrari museum. Down to Florence then, with some wine tasting in Tuscany, naturally. After that, might as well swing by Pisa, Rome, Sorrento and Capri before flying to Greece for a few days.
That’s the plan one couple in Pennsylvania is mapping out for their honeymoon in the post-Covid world. While health precautions have meant that most leisure travel was put on an indefinite hold during the pandemic, vaccinations that have now begun in the U.S. and U.K. are prompting travel buffs to envision vacations once again.