Italy

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Italy delivers an impossibly romantic honeymoon and wedding destination.

Italy conjures up romantic images of incredible architecture, stunning scenery, delicious food, fantastic wines and rich history.

You will find a great collection of hotels, from ancient palaces to contemporary urban hotels; lovingly converted castles to cutting edge resorts; all dripping in Italian style and home to the impeccable service you’d expect. For lovers of food & wine, several hotels have their own vineyard and many of their restaurants are adorned with Michelin stars.

Holidays & Honeymoons

When organising an Italian multi-centre holiday there are countless options available to you, depending on which area of Italy you would most like to visit. We can offer you complete flexibility to tailor your multi-centre holiday to you requirements, from the destinations and hotels to the transport options which suit you best.

A great and convenient way to experience Italy is to travel around by rail or in areas such as Tuscany and Umbria we can arrange for you to do a self-drive tour.

Getting Married In Italy

To marry in Italy 4 days (working days) minimum residency period is recommended.

Choose from a host of amazing venues including grand wedding halls, dramatic castles and historic palaces on picturesque shores, striking cliff-tops and classic cities…

Favourite Venues

Sorrento offers a lovely beach and a bustling centre, Piazza Tasso, Sorrento’s main square, from winding alleyways to boutiques, bars and restaurants.

Marina Grande harbour has colourful fishing boats and characterised restaurants, from here there are frequent ferry services to the neighbouring islands of Ischia and Capri, you can also visit Mount Vesuvius, Rome and Pompei.

Our most popular Wedding location is at the beautiful 13th Century San Francesco Cloisters, part of a medieval monastery the cloisters sets an enchanting scene with its arches and pillars surrounded by flowers, plants and ornamental trees. The civil ceremony is performed in the 13th Century open–air courtyard, with the opportunity to have your memorable wedding photos taken in the lovely gardens behind the venue, offering stunning views across the bay of Sorrento.

Sitting away from Sorrento’s vibrant centre, Piano di Sorrento is a quieter location, with fabulous views of the beautiful Bay of Naples and the majestic Mount Vesuvius as a backdrop.

Weddings in Piano di Sorrento are held at Villa Fondi, the wedding ceremony can be performed either beneath the trees in Villa Fondi’s attractive gardens, on the terrace which overlooks the sea, or within the neo-classical Villa that also has fabulous views of the Mediterranean.

A Capri wedding is perfect for couples looking for a setting that exudes romance and glamour. The island of Capri captivated the rich and famous in the 1950’s, and the boutique-lined cobbled streets, breathtaking vistas and luxury hotels ensure a wedding in Capri is a stylish affair. Capri weddings are held at the town hall, located in the very heart of Capri town opposite the world famous Piazzetta.

TuscanyThe stunning landscape evokes tranquillity, harmony and creativity. It has ancient walled towns, long lines of towering cypress trees, rolling vineyards, majestic soaring towers, fortified battlements and peaceful hilltop retreats. Its scenery and unhurried rural lifestyle have barely changed in over 400 years. Tuscany’s coast, the Riviera della Versilia, comprises of golden sand beaches with the Alpi Apuane as a stunning mountain back-drop.

A Lake Garda wedding provides spectacular scenery of one of the most stunning lakes in Italy and is the perfect place for a romantic wedding. The largest of the Italian Lakes, Lake Garda embraces a diverse range of scenery, ranging from low-lying countryside on its southern borders and rising to the north with perpendicular cliffs draped in pine forests.                                                                                                                                                                 Lake Garda weddings offer the advantage of having a multitude of locations across the area. Weddings can be held in a castle in Malcesine, a town hall in Garda, Bardolino, Gardone or Riva.

Lake Como – The quieter shores of Lake Como offer many different possibilities for couples looking for a lakeside wedding venue. There are Town Hall venues in the popular resorts of Bellagio, Tremezzo and Varenna – each with their own particular style.

After the ceremony we can arrange for a private cruise of the lake, or even carriage rides for the wedding party before your evening celebrations begin. For couples looking for a wedding venue with the wow factor we can also offer weddings in impressive private villas and stately homes in the Como area.

Venice–One of the most romantic cities in the world, Weddings here are conducted in a private palace situated on the Grand Canal, near to the Rialto Bridge, it was purchased by the City of Venice for the sole use of civil weddings. It has its own landing making it possible to arrive in a gondola. The wedding room has a balcony with views over Grand Canal.

RomeCapital city of Italy, rich with monuments of its ancient history which justify it’s renowned as the Eternal City. The capital offers three unique locations for a civil ceremony and innumerable alternatives for a religious or symbolic ceremony.

FlorenceCapital city of Tuscany and set in the heart of a serenely beautiful countryside, it was the heart of the Renaissance for the city’s artists, architects and merchants all striving to recreate the natural harmony of the surroundings in their works, so the city is bursting with art and history.

Sardinia – Here you can wow your wedding guests by sending them an invite to your wedding at Mokrice Castle. With spectacular surroundings you have a choice of on-site locations including the elegant ‘Knights Hall’ or select an outdoor setting in the castle courtyard. There is also the option of a medieval style ceremony where your guests receive a special welcome at the drawbridge.

Sicily – Medieval villages, Roman ruins and sprawling countryside make up the island’s interiors, vineyards, olive groves and lemon trees march down the coastline. The town of Taormina stands on a wonderful site at an altitude of 250 metres, forming a balcony overlooking the sea and facing Mt. Etna. It is renowned for its peaceful atmosphere, beautiful monuments gardens and mild climate.

Slovenia – The most perfect place to get married in Slovenia is the magical resort of Lake Bled, lying on the edge of a beautiful lake and nestling in the shadow of the Triglav National Park. The lakeside building, which houses the registry office, is an ideal setting for your wedding ceremony and provides a memorable venue for exchanging your wedding vows and having the first of your wedding album photo’s shot. After the ceremony you walk down to the lakeside and take a Pletna boat (local gondola) across the lake to the island where you ascend the 99 steps to the church of Assumption of the Virgin Mary, where, as is tradition in Bled, you ring the wedding bell and make a wish for the future. This is a perfect photo opportunity for the wedding couple and their guests.

As an alternative to the civil service in the registry office, it is possible to get married in the Castle of Lake Bled, the oldest castle in Slovenia. Sitting perched above the town on a rocky edge, the castle terrace has magnificent panoramic views of the Julian Alps, the town and the island. The ceremony takes places in the Knights Hall, accompanied by live music.