A Wedding On Lake Orta
Enjoy an outside wedding in the gardens of Villa Bossi....for pictures and details....Click here to READ MORE.
The Verona Town Hall
Known as the city of romance, Verona offers a range of great places for your Italian wedding. Packed with history, charm and architecture, Verona gives couples and their guests, that something extra.....Click here to READ MORE.
A Palazzo In Turin
The beauty of this location is that you have a variety of spaces to choose from. From the smallest which can accommodate up to 70 and the biggest up to 150. We even have access to an outside area, the castle's garden. Thanks to "Città di Torino - www.comune.torino.it"
A Museum In Turin
Weddings take place here on Saturday afternoons and various spaces are provided to couples. Max 100 persons can be accommodated here. Courtesy of "Città di Torino".
A simple town hall in a very beautiful village in Lazio, about 1 hour from Rome. Ref: 2682.
Positano Town Hall
Positano bites deep and after all this time it continues to do so. Positano is a little piece of heaven and everyone is in love with this gem....Click here to READ MORE.
A Wedding On Lake Garda
There are a range of great town halls available to couples on Lake Garda, here is one which is a little off the beaten track.....A wedding in the town hall of Salo. Lots more available, just ask........Click here to READ MORE.
Florence Town Hall
Florence the capital of the renaissance with an atmosphere of the past......Click here to READ MORE.
Venice Town Hall Wedding
There is more than one option available in Venice for your Italian wedding.
Getting Married In Cefalu
Sunsets, authenticity, sandy beaches and a charming historical town, what more could you possibly ask for and not only, with an open air town hall.
The Marble Palace Turin
Dramatic, marble, panoramic, a true gem which makes you feel so important. The room can accommodate up to 80 with 60 seated.Courtesy of "Città di Torino".
Get married at this picturesque location.......Click here to READ MORE.
Laid back, peaceful and with a lakeside promenade decorated with flower beds. Home to the poet Gabriele D'Annunzio.
Weddings take place in the Red Room which is simply luxurious. Courtesy of ENIT.
Town Hall Montecatini Terme
A Spa town in the heart of Tuscany. A pleasant, peaceful and elegant town reminiscent of a bygone age.
Town Hall Pienza
The perfect location for your Italian wedding. Courtesy of ENIT.
The Turin Accademia
Simply amazing. The spaces available for ceremonies are 2, the small intimate room can accommodate up to 36 guests while the other larger room up to 120. Enjoy your Italian wedding surrounded by paintings and sculptures. Courtesy of "Città di Torino".
Getting married at the town hall in Malcesine is simply spellbinding.... then head off for a tour on your galleon......Click here to READ MORE.
Town Hall Certaldo
Located on the hills that divide the Val d'Elsa from the Val di Pesa, a lovely untouched village with an open air town hall.
A Tuscan Town Hall
An example of a Tuscan Town hall with its tower and medieval piazza. Courtesy of ENIT.
The special room where the ceremony can be enjoyed again in the glorious city of Turin can accommodate up to 99 persons. Courtesy of "Città di Torino".
Town Hall Amalfi
Dramatic, lively and truly charming…Amalfi provides a wonderful atmosphere with the cathedral as its pinnacle.....Click here to READ MORE.
Town Hall Palermo
Palermo, Sicily’s capital and a mix of oriental and European, with architecture which ranges in style from the Arabic to the Norman, the Baroque to Art Nouveau. Exciting and fun.
Only the best is available in the city of Milano.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1990, this place is unique and beautiful. Courtesy of ENIT.
Town Hall Sorrento
Groves of olives, lemons and orange trees, panoramic terraces with far reaching sea views….Click here to READ MORE.
Town Hall Ravello
Glamour, peaceful, charming, dramatic scenery and landscapes, Ravello provides a dramatic backdrop for your Italian wedding.......Click here to READ MORE.
Calling All Football Fans
Why not get married on Juventus's home ground... !!! Courtesy of "Città di Torino".