Rome is a dizzying destination of culture, art and history, and one of the world’s most sought after wedding hotspots. Make a vow that will stand the test of time – just as the Roman remains that are scattered across the city have – as you commit yourself to your partner, in this breathtakingly beautiful masterpiece of a city.
Romance hangs thick in Rome’s air, and you’ll arrive to discover a city of sprawling piazzas, filled with the sprinkle of decorative fountains, busy trattorias that murmur with relaxed chatter, and historical sites that have stood resolutely for 2,000 years.
They say all roads lead to Rome – so your guests should have no trouble turning up in numbers – and as one of Europe’s greatest cities, they’ll be richly rewarded with the chance to explore a cultured destination of elegant beauty.
For Roman Catholics in particular, Rome is the heart of their faith and – given enough notice – our team can even make arrangements for you to marry inside the sacred walls of St Peter’s Basilica, Vatican City, where holy beams of light rain down from the ceiling.
Or, choose from Rome’s inexhaustible supply of pretty churches, where you can pose on the steps, listening as the bells peel out to celebrate your special day. You’ll really feel the blessings, as you marry in St. Valentine’s own city.
Don’t worry if you have a different faith, or are not religious – a wedding in Rome is still an unbelievable experience, and you have rich pickings when it comes to gorgeous venues – whether it’s the Campidoglio wedding hall – which offers dazzling views of Roman Forum – or the stunning Castello Odescalchi, which overlooks the still waters and cascading villages that flow down the banks of Lake Bracciano.
Your wedding photos will live forever, and the chance to pose in-front of Rome’s iconic, artistic landmarks – like the instantly recognisable Colosseum, and the rising Spanish Steps – will leave you with amazing photographs, commemorating your day.
A romantic honeymoon here is a culinary treat, and you’ll soon be twirling spaghetti, and sipping flavourful Marino wines – pressed from the lush vineyards of the surrounding Latium region – or sharing thin and crispy pizzas, drizzled with oil and sprinkled with basil leaves, with the one you love.
So do as the Romans do, and head to this epicentre of culture and history, where you can celebrate your love, and begin your own tiny empire.
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