Verona is supposed to be one of the most romantic cities in Italy, given that it’s the home town of Juliet Capulet (did you know you could get married right at the House of Juliet in the city centre?!). But there is so much more to its picturesque area.
A Verona wedding could begin with a mystical Catholic ceremony in one of the Romanesque ‘pievi’ in the hills just outside of town and end with a cutting-edge reception at the incredible Byblos Art Hotel, such is the variety of the available venues in the area. But if you’re looking to have a civil wedding you will also have endless amazing alternatives to choose from.
Verona is a lovely wedding destination also if you’re planning a wedding week-end. I will be happy to plan an itinerary for your guests, that will take them from Amarone wine tasting to private visits of the best Palladian villas, built in the 16th century as charming country homes for the Venice aristocracy, to visits to the Roman ruins and a concert in the Roman arena.
Your Verona wedding
You should definitely plan a wedding in Verona or Valpolicella if:
- you’re wine lovers. Amarone red wine is one of the best rich wines in Italy and its vineyards are among the finest produce of Valpolicella
- you’re looking for scenic views without having to travel too far from civilization, as the soft hills of Valpolicella are a pleasure to look at
- you would like to have a vineyard wedding or a charming relais wedding. There are plenty of venues to accommodate your dreams
- you would like to have your wedding in a 16th century Palladian villa, a one of a kind experience
- you’re looking for a destination with sightseeing options that are not too mainstream
Do you feel like a romantic wedding in Verona? Let me help you plan your very own Verona wedding.