Getting married in Italy is probably a dream of every woman. And it’s no surprise because the country offers the most exquisite wedding venues which will make this special day unforgettable. Whether you want a 16 th century formal garden, a luxurious villa or seaside castle, the following information will definitely be helpful.
Here are some of the most popular wedding venues in Italy.
- Villa d’Este at Lake Como. This is a truly amazing venue surrounded by a 25-acre park and located just about an hour from Milan. The estate was built as summer home for Cardinal Tolomeo Gallio in 1568. The villa hosted English Queen, important aristocrats and powerbrokers.
- Hotel Cipriani in Venice. Romantic Venice is an ideal place for your perfect wedding in true Italian style. Hotel Cipriani offers 79 guest rooms, a ballroom, three high-ceilinged granaries as well as the Fortuny Restaurant with expansive flower-filled terraces overlooking the lagoon and St. Mark’s Square.
- Palazzo Vecchio in Tuscany. Red Hall of the Florentine 114 th century medieval palace is a part of one of the most stunning town halls you will ever see. This is an ideal place for a quick civil wedding. The ceremonies here take place only on Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday and last less than a half hour.
- The Four Seasons in Tuscany. If you are thinking about the grandiose Renaissance style wedding then the Four Seasons is an ideal place. The hotel offers two ballrooms, grand halls, exclusive suites with vaulted ceilings showing frescos and stuccos and expansive private gardens.
- Castello Odescalchi di Bracciano near Rome. If you were dreaming to get married in an amazing castle then this is a perfect venue for you. Constructed in 1470 the castle has a museum and Duomo di Sante Stefano church onsite which can seat about 150 guests. The castle also has a secret passageway running from the castle to the church.