Top Wedding Locations in Italy

If you want a destination wedding, Italy is certainly the most romantic choice. And if you are wondering where, this beautiful country offers a wide range of amazing places.

Just cross the Italian Alps to find the city of Turin, an ideal location for a wedding, or Villa Deciani near Udine.If you prefer the melancholic atmosphere of the lakes, you can choose beautiful structures overlooking Lake Como, such as Villa Balbianello and Villa d’Este. If you are looking for a lake that, in addition to being romantic, can also provide you with fun, Garda Lake is the right place for you (here you can stay at Torri di Benaco). Then the lesser known but equally beautiful Lake Maggiore will make you fall in love, thanks to the charm of its islands. Here you will find a wonderful location for weddings: Villa Bossi, near the city of Varese. And finally there is Orta Lake, still not very famous but absolutely lovely. If you are looking for a truly romantic city, you can celebrate your wedding in Venice. The city offers many locations for your wedding, including Ca ‘Sagredo and Hotel Cipriani. Another city of love “par excellance” is Verona, which will conquer you with the fascinating Romeo and Juliet’s myth.

If you are looking for the charm of art and culture for your wedding, you have to choose Tuscany. Florence, the cradle of the Renaissance, is the ideal place to celebrate your wedding. After the celebration at Palazzo Vecchio, you can marry with a civil ceremony and celebrate in one of the most romantic locations, such as Villa la Vedetta, a typical example of Italian Villa. If you are looking for a luxurious place, then the Four Seasons Hotel is the right one for you. On the hills in front of Florence, you will find the town of Fiesole, from which you can reach the Castle of Vincigliata. Exiting the city of Florence, we can head to the magical city of Siena, where you can stay in a beautiful property called Terre di Nano. To reach Siena you will cross a wonderful area of ​​Tuscany, the Chianti Classico, which offers unique landscapes, but also typical Tuscan villages, such as Certaldo. Along the way you will even find small Tuscan gems, like San Gimignano, Pienza, Cortona, Pitigliano, Volterra. These Tuscan villages still look the same way they did in Middle Ages. Many of the Tuscan cities can be quickly reached from Florence: Lucca, Montecatini Terme, Arezzo, Pisa. Each of them will offer you ancient and wonderful churches for a religious ceremony. Another place that you really have to visit in Tuscany is San Galgano.

Going to the south east of Tuscany we meet Umbria, an equally beautiful Italian region. Surely among the best cities in Umbria there are Orvieto, Perugia and Assisi. Continuing south we finally find Rome, the capital city. Here you can visit Santa Maria in Trastevere. Just outside the city I can suggest a perfect location for weddings: the Castle Odescalchi of Bracciano. Among the most beautiful regions of Italy there is also Apulia, which hosts  two very unique structures: Conversano Castle and Apulia Resort. A seaside resort that deserves to be mentioned is Polignano a Mare. In southern Italy we find one-of-a-kind cities, such as Matera and Naples, where you can visit Palazzo Capodimonte. Not far from Naples there is the city of Caserta, famous for the Royal Palace (Reggia di Caserta). Along the coast, we meet a world famous seaside location: the Amalfi Coast. Here you will find excellent facilities such as: Villa Cimbrone, Hotel Caruso and Relais Blu. Right in front of the coast there are small and incredibly beautiful islands, including Ischia. Here I would suggest the Mezzatorre resort. Another island to mention is Capri, where we find the Capri Palace.

Going back along the Italian coast you will find some other great locations: Santa Marinella (Lazio region) and the most famous seaside resorts of Tuscany, including Monte Argentario. The most luxurious area is certainly Versilia, with the towns of Torre de Lago and Pietrasanta. Going back to the Italian peninsula we meet Liguria, which houses the world famous attracion Cinque Terre. Here you will come across hamlets like Vernazza, Portofino, Portovenere, Lerici and Santa Margherita Ligure. The Italian peninsula is also known for its beautiful islands, like Sicily. You can not miss a visit to the Duomo in Monreale and to Palazzo Borgia di Casale. Going up north we meet another big island, Sardinia. Particularly famous for its Costa Smeralda (Emerald Coast), it has among its famous location even the town of Alghero.

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