Someone foreign couples sometimes ask us: “with country do you think it’s the best for create our destination wedding? What you think about destination wedding Italy?”
We travel a lot for make our job and for our passion, we really love it. Sometimes we ask yourself which can be the best place for create a destination wedding. Of course we’re in love with many exotic places, but we saw the best wedding on our beautiful country.
Destination Wedding Italy can be the best place at all for create a love event like a wedding.
In italy we have so many options you can chose. In this article we glad to share with you some of the best places we saw all around Italy.
Just for give you some ideas and inspirations.
We really love to work on the italian lakes. Of course Como Lake it’s the most famous but we have also many good alternatives like Garda Lake and Maggiore Lake.
In the pictures below we was to film a beautiful wedding on Garda Lake. The place and the castle of Sirmione it’s very amazing. The best venue we saw it’s the Villa Cavazza on the middle of Garda Lake. So intimate and, in the same time, so elegant place for create the best ceremony…
Deemed by UNESCO as an outstanding example of a Mediterranean landscape, the Amalfi Coast is a beguiling combination of great beauty and gripping drama: coastal mountains plunge into the sea in a stunning vertical scene of precipitous crags, picturesque towns and lush forests.
Among the glittering string of coastal gems, legendary Positano and Amalfi sparkle the brightest, while mountaintop Ravello has the glossy fame of its grandiose villas and Wagnerian connection. Sorrento and Salerno are the two main entry points to the coast. The former, a cliff-top resort, has miraculously survived the onslaught of package tourism while Salerno is a workaday port with an unhurried charm and vibrant historic centre.
Aside from its sheer beauty, the Amalfi Coast is home to some superb villas and hotels for make your destination wedding Italy. We worked in one of the best wedding venue in Sorrento: Grand Hotel Excelsior Vittoria.
Why do I love Tuscany? Let me count the ways. I love the bejewelled artistic treasure chest that is Florence, the Gothic gem of Siena and the multiplicity of miraculously preserved medieval hill towns. I love the food, which is made with love and local produce, and I adore the sangiovese-slanted local wines. I love the locals, who protect their traditions with an almost fanatical zeal and are careful custodians of their rich cultural heritage. But most of all, I love the fact that in this refined pocket of Italy, an extraordinary experience awaits around every corner.
Yes, the scenery really is that gorgeous. Central Tuscany is dotted with medieval hilltop fortresses, vine-planted hillsides and sculptural stands of cypress trees; the northwest and east harbour boast dramatic mountain ranges and fecund forests; and the central and southern coasts feature a garland of islands floating tantalisingly close to a shoreline teeming with wildlife. The range of outdoor activities on offer is equally diverse, contributing to the region’s reputation as a repository of grand-slam sights and experiences unmatched anywhere in the world.
Tuscany has been enticing visitors ever since the Etruscans arrived here to party and decided to stay. The Romans came to stock their grain silos, Christians came to walk the stages of a medieval pilgrimage route, Napolean came to plunder art and British aristocrats came to complete their Grand Tour. Once here, these and many other visitors swiftly fell into the local swing of things, partaking of the food and wine with gusto, admiring the diverse landscapes and soaking up the region’s incredibly rich historical and cultural heritage. So many beautiful history for put inside your wedding for a special destination wedding Italy.