"It's the most magical country," the Girls actress said.
"Honeymoon was Heavenly & I'm Happy to be Home," Williams captioned this photo on her Instagram.
| Credit: Allison Williams via Instagram

Allison Williams is back from her honeymoon in Italy and let's just say, she's officially a fan of the classic post-wedding destination.

"Italy is not overrated. We'll say that. It is not overrated. I had never really been. The food also not overrated," Williams told E! News at Forevermark's celebration of "A Diamond Is Forever" earlier this week in New York.

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Credit: Christian Oth/Courtesy of Allison Williams via Instagram

After tying the knot with CollegeHumor founder Ricky Van Veen at Wyoming's Brush Creek Ranch in September (who could forget that stunning Oscar de la Renta dress?!), the newlywed couple hopped on plane to Italy, stopping in Naples and the Amalfi Coast.

"It's hard to describe without sounding obnoxious," the Girls actress said. "I've always thought all my friends who like love Italy and talk about it are kind of obnoxious, but now I'm one of those people because it's as if we just discovered it and it's the oldest culture. The Romans back in the day are like 'Come on, really?'"

And who could blame her? If you're also heading to the Amalfi Coast for your honeymoon, don't miss our quick guide to the Italian hotspot.


Where to Stay

Book an apartment at Villa dei Fisici, an 18th-century palace on the cliffs of Positano, where the terraces offer killer views of the city and its namesake bay.


Where to Swim

Take a dip at the cliff-clinging infinity pool at Ravello's Hotel Caruso.


Where to Eat

Order the quail served alfresco with a side of insane views at Ravello's Michelin-starred Rossellinis.

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