Great reasons for getting married in Puglia
Consider Italian wedding venues and classic locations such as Venice, the Amalfi Coast, Rome, Tuscany and Lake Como immediately come to mind. But, hey, this is Italy and it’s all bellissimo, right? That means we can get off the beaten track a little and unearth some hidden treasures for your wedding location.
Think Puglia and your first instinct might be to remember your childhood geography lessons. Puglia is the heel of Italy’s boot, right?
Well, yes. But there’s much more to Puglia than just a distinctive shape on a map of Europe. It’s a stunning setting that’s confirmed by the number of people getting married in Puglia.Read More»
An early start for this year’s wedding season in Tuscany! A lovely country house in Valdarno in Tuscany was the setting of our first 2012 wedding in Tuscany.
This area combines the richness of landscapes of Valdarno countryside with historical and artistic beauties of towns like Arezzo, Castelnuovo Berardenga and Siena.. The area, slightly farther from massive tourism, is the ideal setting for couples looking for private, intimate yet unique celebration in the Tuscan countryside surrounded by families and friends.
Piemonte is one of our off-the-beaten track wedding destinations that we particuarly recommend when couples look for the simple Italian lifestyle given by genuine food, marvellous wines, great hill views and small town where time stands still.
It is a lovely and quite wide region in the North West corner of Italy, it sits above the Italian Riviera, borders France on the West and Switzerland on the North. Located on foot of the Alps Piemonte offers very special and well known wedding locations such as Lake Orta and Lake Maggiore while the Alps create a memorable setting for a wonderful Winter Wedding.
Umbria is one of the central regions of Italy, together with Tuscany the region is known for the luxuriant scenery and the vivid green hills. For this reason that it is called the Green Heart of the Peninsula.
Perugia is the most important city in Umbria as its architectural and artistic patrimony is really impressive. The capitol of the region is a lively medieval walled hill town with historic buildings where Etruscan ruins are also preserved. The city is rich of churches, gardens, typical restaurants and there is also a famous university for foreign people.
This is one of the reasons why this pretty town is so well known abroad.Read More»
What are the first things that come to your mind if you think about Tuscany? Is it the Chianti countryside? Is it the landscape dotted with vineyards and the olive groves? Or the romantic lines of cypresses leading to imposing villas? Good wine and good food?
Whatever you dream of when thinking of Tuscany, you can find all of this in one place, we promise!Read More»