Civil weddings can be celebrated in Bellagio, the Pearl of Lake Como, at approximately 1 hour and a half drive from Milan. Bellagio is one of the most romantic and exclusive locations in Italy for getting married in Lake Como. The ancient town of Bellagio is a delightful picturesque resort situated on a promontory where the three sections of Lake Como meet. The charm of Bellagio has long been appreciated by couples who have a penchant for small wedding venues on Lake Como.
You can walk along the main road of the village of Bellagio, full of small shops and boutiques where you can taste typical foods and discover articles made by local artisans. The magnificent Basilica di San Giacomo (Saint James) rises above the town centre: this thousand-year-old church dates back to the 11th century and has been restored to its Romanesque style with dark stone columns and arches contrasting with the white vaults, a mystical place.
The main road leads to the tip of Bellagio peninsula, called Punta Spartivento: this is a fantastic panoramic spot where you can admire all three branches of Lake Como and the mountains surrounding the lake.
Today the combination of the quaint cobbled streets, bustling piazzas, beautiful historic villas, and gardens against a backdrop of wooded hills are as appealing as ever and couples choose a Bellagio wedding for the intimate atmosphere and the world-class hotels and restaurants.
Among Bellagio wedding venues we recommend this enchanting 18th-century villa partially overlooking the lake from the heart of Bellagio, where civil ceremonies can take place. Charming setting with a small palm tree garden. Civil ceremonies are performed in the inner 18th-century library furnished with lovely antiques, or outdoors in the intimate garden in front of the library. Elegant and intimate setting for a Bellagio Lake Como wedding. Suitable for small weddings.
Recommended months for this elegant Bellagio wedding venue go from May until September.
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