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Countryside Villas and Venues for weddings in Italy

Let's plan your wedding in a Countryside Villa in Italy.
If you envision a wedding day immersed in an enchanting and unspoiled territory marked by a succession of vineyards or by romantic green hills you should select one of our beautiful Italian Villas in the countryside.

These magnificent retreats are located in the Tuscan countryside, Friuli and Veneto regions, and the countryside surrounding Florence and Rome. Tuscany wedding Villas are surrounded by the amazing Tuscan landscape with its gentle hills covered with vineyards and olive groves. Italian Villas are surrounded by Luxuriant Italian Gardens and offer the perfect setting for an outdoor wedding ceremony and reception, making them the ideal choice for couples who are looking for wedding venues for 200 people or more.

Our talented Italian wedding planners can help you design a rustic, boho, vintage, or country-chic style for your celebration in a wedding Villa located in the Italian Countryside. 


Italian Countryside Wedding Venues generally include rooms or apartments on their premises and can be rented for more days: in this case, we can help you to plan a rehearsal dinner, brunch, cooking courses, picnic, or any other special activities to make your wedding in Italy a truly unforgettable experience. The Idyllic Italian Countryside is the right place for a relaxed and intimate Italian celebration surrounded by luxuriant gardens and impressive decorative halls. 


Get married with a Countryside Wedding in an Italian Villa: our qualified and highly responsive team will help you to select the right venue for your destination wedding in Italy. 


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