The most romantic resort on Lake Bracciano. Trevignano Romano is a picturesque medieval hamlet stretching along the northern shore of Lake Bracciano. Built on a basalt cliff, the village lies at one end of a small bay, formed by the secondary crater of an extinct volcano. Evidence of Trevignano’s former importance as an Etruscan settlement are the many necropolises which stretch for some three kilometres along the hills behind the present-day village. Steeped in history, Trevignano today welcomes the visitor with its delightful mediaeval quarter and a tree-lined lakeside promenade well endowed with places to try the local specialities in a magical setting created by the fresh water of the lake and its limpid hues. Walking through the streets of the mediaeval town centre you come to the spectacular Parish Church where Catholic Weddings are celebrated all year round. Inside, a magnificent fresco of 1517 "Transit and crowning of Maria" attributed to the famous painter Pellegrino da Modena.
If you are looking for a charming and romantic setting for your wedding,Trevignano Romano is a truly memorable place to celebrate your wedding in Italy! Trevignano Romano in also called "Tuscia Romana" and is an ideal starting point for trips in a region of great artistic and natural interest. Apart from Rome (45 km), the following places of interest can be easily reached from Trevignano Romano: Anguillara Sabazia (7 km), Cerveteri (25 km), Bracciano (10 km), Sutri (10 km), Viterbo (40 km), Tarquinia (55 km), Tuscania (40 km), Caprarola (20 km), Tolfa (15 km), Manziana (15 km), Oriolo Romano (20 km) and other attractive towns and places.