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Wedding in Sant'Angelo Romano

The hilltop town of Sant’Angelo Romano is located 30 km from Rome and offers all the amenities of a quaint village including cafés, small shops, restaurants, antique shops and much more. The historical center of the town, with its narrow streets and charming piazzas, would make a perfect backdrop for your wedding pictures. The town is dominated by the Castle Orsini Cesi  where civil weddings are performed outdoors on the castle’s battlements.


Wedding in Nettuno

The beautiful medieval hamlet (Borgo Medievale) of Nettuno can be found perched on a sheer drop over the sea and is a popular tourist destination today, with mediaeval streets, small piazzas and the Sangallo Fort on the sea, a castle Castle built in 1503. The medieval hamlet  is currently the heart of the city’s night life, where the majority of restaurants, pubs and clubs can be found.


Wedding in Santa Marinella and Santa Severa

In Santa Marinella you will also find one of Italy's most beautiful castles which is also rented for wedding receptions: the seaside Castle Odescalchi of Santa Marinella surrounded by beautiful gardens and park with spectacular sea views and dominates also the small seaport. Several elegant villas built in this area during the first years of the nineteen hundreds are beautiful examles of the Liberty style, (Art Nouveau in France), an architectural and artistic style that swept Europe between the end of the eighteen hundreds and the nineteen twenties.


Wedding in Sutri

Part of Sutri is on higher ground (acropoli) and notwithstanding the fact that it is now occupied by the Cathedral and by Palazzo Vescovile (bishop's palace) it still conveys the image of a fortress.
The main medieval buildings of Sutri retain something of the Etruscan and Roman times and this applies to the whole town.
Reliefs, fragments of statues and of columns can be found in many places.



Wedding in Civitavecchia

Civitavecchia is the gateway to all the magnificence of the ancient city of Rome. Wether it's the Forum, the Sistine Chapel, the Pantheon or St. Peter's Basilica that sparks your interest and intellect, Rome is home to a lifetime's worth of historical, architectural and spiritual sites.

Civitavecchia is today a major cruise and ferry port, the main starting point for sea connection from central Italy to Sardinia and Sicily.


Wedding in Civita Castellana

The territory is rich in streams, the soil mostly tufaceous is rich in clay, that depending on the presence or lack of iron oxide, takes on very particular hues.
This clay, of very excellent quality , gave birth to a flourishing ceramic industry, whose origin probably dates back to the Etruscan age.
The town was rebuilt around the 8th century and 9th century on the area occupied by the Etruscan village of Falerii Veteres, destroyed by the Romans in 241 B.C.


Wedding in Castelli Romani District

Everyone knows that Frascati, Grottaferrata, Marino, Rocca di Papa, Genzano, Ariccia, Castelgandolfo, Lake Nemi and Monte Porzio Catone are all great places from which to see the sites of Rome. But there are loads of fascinating things to see right in this area too. Start with the famousTusculum Villas, all built and restored by Italian architects and artists whose works you will admire in every piazza of Rome.


Wedding in Viterbo

The two beautiful volcanic lakes of Lake Bolsena and Lake Vico are nearby. The town was presented to the Pope by Pepin the Short in the VIII century.
At the end of the XI century, it became a free city, but in 1396 was again incorporated to the States of the Church.

The area is also known as Tuscia, and lies within the loosely-defined area of Etruria, which spreads through Lazio, Umbria and Tuscany, once the heartlands of the ancient Etruscan civilisation.


Wedding in Anguillara Sabazia

Anguillara enjoys a beautiful panoramic position; it is a delightful grouping of old houses built high on a promontory with amazing views of the blue waters of Lake Bracciano. From here you can explore the Lazio region, rich in Etruscan history, medieval hill towns and glorious countryside.

Anguillara offers an impressive selection of fine restaurants and wedding reception venues as well as unique hotels; many of which have parks and gardens to host your marriage celebration.



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