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Weddings in Tuscany

Imagine your wedding...in Italy ! Make your dreams come true in Tuscany: an excellent choice for a romantic and unforgettable wedding day !

Imagine? Arriving at your wedding in a flower-strewn horse? The sun setting as your guests enjoy cocktails on the terrace of a Renaissance villa. Dancing the night away in a candle-lit 12th-century castle? Since 1000 years ago many many lovers has made all these dreams come true in tuscany ! Your wedding in Tuscany is a chance to immerse yourselves in classic pastoral landscapes, discovering both beautifully preserved medieval architecture and Renaissance art at its most breathtaking. Tuscany was the center of this incredibly creative period in the sixteenth century.

This sentimental and charming part of Italy will rise together with its ancient culture and peoples to welcome you everywhere you go. Tuscany is endowed with rustic rolling hills, seaside resorts, pristine air and brilliant light with which you and your spouse will immediately fall in love.
Florence's superb location means that a wedding here could be easily twinned with a further stay in the beautiful Tuscan countryside. A city dominated by art and history that would make a classic wedding backdrop. The possibilities are only limited by your imagination. You're always assured a rare and beautiful space for an unforgettable event.
One of the most beautiful things about an Italian wedding is the ceremony itself. Most clients have a civil ceremony, which is far more beautiful than it sounds. The city hall of Florence is the 15th century Palazzo Vecchio, where weddings take place in the magnificent ?Red Room?, festooned with tapestries and noted paintings. The scene is much the same in every large city and small town where we work.

Religious weddings may take place in a number of beautiful, selected Catholic churches for couples who are both Christian and at least one of whom is Catholic. (As religious weddings are more complicated to arrange, please contact us well in advance.) Protestant and Jewish religious weddings are also available. These, however, have no legal standing in Italy; they are always accompanied by a civil wedding as well. Additionally, we can arrange religious blessing ceremonies outdoors or in other locations. We advice you to make your reservations at least six months in advance so you are able to arrange your weddings. Choose a cottage for your romantic honeymoon contact the owners directly save money and find the best and charming accommodation in tuscany.
 

Tuscany Weddings

Weddings in Tuscany can take place in unique venues - from castle weddings to simple country ceremonies in one of the many medieval or Renaissance towns. In addition, there are gorgeously situated villas and manors with parks available for receptions and guest accommodation. We organize tours and excursions in Tuscany and Chianti for wine tasting, marriage in the medieval town hall of Lucca or Camaiore, accommodation in the museum-house Charming Hotel I Pini Lido di Camaiore around Lucca.



Visits to famous area of Colonnata (lardo: speciality food, special white speck) or Cinque Terre (via dell'amore) and olive oil tasting locally produced. We can also arrange activity for guests such as cooking lessons horseback riding, hiking, and Italian language lessons.

Civil Wedding Ceremonies can be arranged in the beautiful the Town Halls of Lucca, Camaiore and Pietrasanta. The Town Halls of these cities and towns are ancient, historical palazzos with frescoes, furnished with beautiful Lucchese antiques. The mayor or vice-mayor performs the service in Italian while an interpreter translates the vows and various articles pertaining to the couple's new married status. It may last up to 30 minutes. Then the bride and groom and their witnesses sign documents.

Protestant Wedding Ceremonies can be performed in Florence at St. James' or St Mark's both Anglican churches with English-speaking priests. Special marriage requirements are necessary for Protestant ceremonies outside of large cities in Catholic chapels, although there are no restrictions on blessings and symbolic ceremonies for any couple who has already had a civil ceremony either in Italy or in their country of origin.

Catholic Weddings can be arranged in chapels throughout the Tuscan countryside, and there are beautiful Tuscany villas and manors with parks where receptions can be held and guests may be accommodated. Catholic weddings in Italy may not be performed outdoors; however, civilly married couples may have a symbolic ceremony with a Catholic blessing, which can take place anywhere.

Symbolic Ceremonies or Blessings for legally married couples can take any form and the locations are limitless, such us Chapel Weddings, Italian Gardens, Parks, Medieval Castles, or Renaissance Villas.
 

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Honeymoon in Versilia Tuscany Coast

Over 20 kms. long, pretty wide (over 200 mts.), with very thin sand and a number of bathing establishments. The sea bottom slopes down gradually. North to south: Vittoria Apuana and Forte dei Marmi; Marina di Pietrasanta with Fiumetto's beaches, Tonfano, Motrone and Focette, Lido di Camaiore with Secco's beach northwards and Fosso dell'Abate southwards; then Viareggio and Levante's beaches, and finally the Torre del Lago coast. If you wish to organize your personalized itinerary through Tuscany, all you have to do is choose a theme and follow your curiosity as well as the indications you'll find. As a base for your journey you can either start from the mountains or the seaside, then choose to visit the historic cities or take the fascinating roads of "L'Altra Toscana". During your trip as many as fifteen Information - each covering a specific area - provide detailed information
 
 
Cicling escursion - Honeymoon by bicycle

Description

Starting from Forte dei Marmi you reach Marina di Pietrasanta from the Viale Morin and continue towards Viareggio along the coastal road as far as Lido di Camaiore (from Focette to Lido di Camaiore we advise you to follow the cycletrack). You take the Via Italica by turning to the left at the traffic lights and after the Via Aurelia crossroad continue along the Via Italica and the Via Provinciale towards Camaiore (8 Km) Approaching Camaiore it is advisable to keep the left side of the road to avoid the circular ring of the town.
The town of Camaiore of Roman origins (Campus Maior) boasts in its centre many historical buildings. Reached Piazza XXIX Maggio you continue through Via XX Settembre (last street to the right) from which you arrive in the centre of the town and Piazza S. Bernardino. In the square stands the "Chiesa di S. Maria Assunta - (XII-XIV cent.) facing the foun-tain, which in 1893 the Duke of Borbone gave to the town as a present. Not so far there are the "Palazzo del Vicario- (XII Cent.) the "Porta S. Pietro" and the Museo d'Arte Sacra- (Museum of Sacred Art). From Piazza Romboni skirting the Park you reach with a slight climb the Chiesa della Badia (VIII Cent.) a splendid ancient Benedictine Abbey. Back to Piaz-za Romboni you can continue in the direction of Lucca and after 3 Km. there is a bifurcation that brings you to the Pieve S. Giovanni e Stefano (XII Cent.). From here the road to Lucca skirts up the slopes of Monte Magno (6 Km of quite heavy climbs).
Af the top of the mountain, after approximately 1 Km, you arrive at the branch for Monte Pitoro and Massarosa. Follow-ing the road you reach Lucca (18 Km), while turning to the right with few other climbs you cross Monte Pitoro descen-ding through a small pass to Stiava (5 Km) or if you prefer to continue in the direction of Massarosa you reach Pieve a Elici (3 Km) with its Romanesque styled Chiesa di S. Pan-taleone (XI Cent.). To return you descend to Stiava or after Massarosa (3 Km) from the Via Sarzanese you take the road to Montramito (4 Km).

 

Honeymoon in Seaside of Tuscany Versilia

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Honeymoon in Villa
(with High Privacy and Very Quiet Romantic Atmosphere,
Overlooking Sea)

 
 
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