Top wedding venues in Lazio

Wedding at Lake Nemi

The lake is most famous for its sunken ancient Roman ships. These ships were very large and technologically advanced for their time. On the Western edge of the crater at Via Nemorense, there is a fine exhibit of the archeological excavation of the late 1920s which exposed the enormous structure which Caligula had ordered built. Emperors Caligula and Tiberius sailed on Lake Nemi not merely to cool off in summer, but to assert themselves as Nemorensis, rulers aligning with the Stars, wedded to Earth's perpetual life-force.


Wedding in Oriolo Romano

Oriolo Romano was founded in 1562 by Giorgio Santacroce around a Palace (or Palazzo) he had acquired from the noble family Orsini and which was surrounded by woods. Oriolo Romano has a very clearly planned structure with three parallel streets leading to a square closed by a large palace. The main palace, maybe designed by Il Vignola, was modified in the late XVIIth century after Oriolo Romano was acquired in 1671 by the family of Pope Clemens X (1670-76). It is a complex building which seen from different angles appears as a town palace, a villa and a a fortress.


Wedding in Trevigiano Romano

The most romantic resort on Lake Bracciano: Trevignano Romano is a picturesque medieval hamlet stretching along shores of Lake Bracciano near Rome. The beautiful  medieval hamlet of Trevignano Romano together with a tree-lined lakeside promenade will be make a perfect backdrop for your Wedding pictures ! Walking through the streets of the mediaeval hamlet,  you come to the spectacular Parish Church of "Santa Maria Assunta" where Catholic Weddings are celebrated all year round.


Wedding in Ariccia

Ariccia was the capital of the Latin League and at the end of the 4th century B.C. and became one of the most important Roman communities because of its geographical position between two volcanic lakes, Albano Lake and Nemi Lake.


Wedding in Bracciano

Here, you can absorb all the atmosphere of its medieval Hamlet, visit one of Europe's most beautiful feudal Castles or relax at the lake, taking advantage of the many water-sport activities that the area offers. Bracciano is full of small restaurants, pizzerias, coffee shops, bars and shops.


Weddings in Frascati near Rome

The name of the town derives from the rural huts made with tree branches (It. frasca) built by the inhabitants of Tuscolo, when their town was destroyed by the Romans in 1191. Frascati became a rich town in the second half of the XVIth century when many noble Roman families selected this town to build their holiday villas. In 1620 there were already 16 villas belonging to the richest families who spent their villeggiatura (holidays) in Frascati. Most famous Villas are:


Wedding in Tivoli

Tivoli Wedding Hall is located in the medieval heart of the town near Villa D'Este with picturesque views over Rome.


Wedding at Lake Bracciano

Three romantic medieval towns have been built on the lake's shores: Bracciano, Trevignano Romano and Anguillara Sabazia. Also the territories of Oriolo Romano with a magnificent view of the lake from its main square, face the basin of the lake. The lake is surrounded by forests, olive groves, natural monuments and botanical gardens which are linked to the volcanic activity: the surroundings of the lake are rich of attractions, protected and well preserved by the natural reserve of the regional Park of Bracciano and Martignano.


Wedding in Rome

Get married in Rome, the Eternal City! Rome, Caput Mundi, the Eternal City, the ideal location for your Wedding in Italy! Celebrate the beginning to a wonderful life together in Rome. Say "I do" in Italy’s Capital City and let the Romans' natural love of romance, sweep you away to "La Dolce Vita". Rome, the "Eternal City", is the capital of Italy and of the Lazio (Latium) region.

Lazio (Latium)

Latium has great importance for history, art, architecture, archaeology, religion, and culture . The immense patrimony of the city of Rome forms only a part of the treasures spread all over the hundreds of towns, villages, abbeys, churches, monuments, and other sites of the region.



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