Wedding Destinations

il Borro Ferragamo

for a wedding venue, Tuscany's top choice is Il Borro Relais by Ferragamo, Specialized in offering a tailored made wedding experience, Il Borro Relais is considered the wedding location in Italy that everybody should choose

Volterra, Tuscany

wedding Venue in Volterra, Tuscany

The incomparable charme of a Medieval City surrounded by an incredible natural landscape

Volterra has an unmistakable Medieval character, where the atmosphere of an ancient village can still be felt and whose authenticity is protected by the relative isolation that has limited the development of the city center in the industrial era, safeguarding the city from urban speculation.

Borgo di Petrognano

Borgo Petrognano,

With sunlight bathing silvery olive groves and patchwork vineyards, few places on the globe are as romantic and relaxing as Tuscany. And this intimate atmosphere is what prevails at Borgo Petrognano, an elegant estate hidden in the heart of Tuscany less than an hour from Florence, Siena and Pisa. Dominating this luxury retreat is a medieval tower, undoubtedly a reminder of the ancient city of Semifonte destroyed in 1202 A. D. by Florence, its rival

Florence, Tuscany

Antico Spedale del Bigallo is an ideal location for your wedding.

The medieval dining room, and the surrounding rooms, the chapel and the panoramic terrace with views of Florence create a charming scenario for both the wedding ceremony and the reception.

San Giovanni Valdarno

Discover One of the best Italian wedding venues in San Giovanni Valdarno (Arezzo). San Giovanni Valdarno has maintained its medieval appearance, with the typical conformation of the so-called "new lands": in the middle there is a large square and all around shady porticoes to delimit the streets. San Giovanni offers art lovers not just a few attractions, including churches, museums and cultural centers. Of course, even good food is not lacking at all

Pieve di Gropina

The Church of San Pietro, or the Parish Church in Gropina, is located about 2 kilometres from Loro Ciuffenna, on via dei Sette Ponti in the direction of San Giustino, and is one of the best examples of Romanesque culture in Tuscany.thanks to our brides, we are able to discover new locations for a real Tuscany wedding.

The Parish Church was built around the year 1000 and its façade is characterized by large blocks of stone, On the door’s architrave is the date 1422, probably a reference to one of the restorations; Leo X’s coat of arms found above the architrave depicts the date 1522

Castello di Brolio, Tuscany

The Chianti area is home to amazing medieval castles

Among the highlights of the Castle road is Castello di Brolio, a huge Chianti Classico-producing estate and the oldest winery in Italy Since 1141 the Castle has belonged to the Ricasoli, a very historic family of the Florentine aristocracy. One of the best known family members was Bettino Ricasoli, aka the “Iron baron.”

Loro Ciuffenna, Tuscany

t the foot of the Pratomagno in the Upper Valdarno is the town of Loro Ciuffenna, a small, medieval town built around a single-arched Romanesque bridge and one of the most charming villages in Italy, even classified as one of the "I Borghi più belli d'Italia". All around Loro Ciuffenna are the Balze, unusual rock formations of clay and sand that can be as much as 100 metres high, adding to its beauty

Meleto Chianti Valdarno

Meleto is an ancient village exposed on the north-west side of the municipal territory, of which it is known even starting from 970 AD, the year in which it is mentioned in a donation of the Gran Conte Ugo Marchese of Tuscany to the Badia, founded by him above Poggibonsi.

In the first documents, the people of Meleto were gathered around a church - San Rossino and Santa Cristina - belonging to the Piviere di Gaville. The village rises on the ancient Pian d'Avane, next to what was Pianfranzese, from the Franzesi family