Who said that winter weddings in Italy should be planned only in the many mountain resorts that dot the Alps?
Italian cities of art are also perfect settings for a truly special and romantic winter wedding.
A winter wedding in Rome, Florence or Venice is a dream that comes true!
The atmosphere is magical with very few tourists and all the history and ancient charm of the cities will be reserved for yourself.
Trastevere is undoubtedly the most romantic district of Rome.
You can feel in every alley the secret charm that survived centuries of history.Read More»
Via Veneto, the street of “ La Dolce Vita “ is a unique experience, a step back in the 60’s where it is still possible to savor the dreamy atmosphere of the Roman Dolce Vita.
With its popular cafés and night-clubs Via Veneto has been the theatre of many famous love stories. In the late fifties and sixties you could easily bump into Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart caught shopping in the boutiques or into Romy Schneider and Alain Delon dining at the Café de Paris not to mention Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer or Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton costantly chased by paparazzi.Read More»
Romance, history and excitement: in one word Rome!
Eloping to Rome is simply beautiful. Rob and Cheryl, an American couple have decided to get married in Rome, just the two of them.
They wanted a private and intimate occasion to treasure a lifetime..Read More»
Tivoli is one of the few little villages in Italy famous all over the world. It might sound strange that a tiny city 30 minutes from Rome, on top of a hill is so popular and is quickly becoming a great wedding destination in Italy.
The reason why is because it’s a little jewel not spoiled by mass tourism.Read More»