The Best Italian Wedding Venues

Italy is a romantic and beautiful country with many unique wedding destinations. There are several to choose from, but here are some of the most unique and special Italian wedding venues that you may want to consider for your big day.

Lake Como

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Known as one of Italy’s most exclusive lakeside destinations, Lake Como offers a stunning location for an outside ceremony surrounded by mountains, forests, manicured gardens, and pristine water.

Lake Como is dotted with luxury hotels and smaller boutique properties, which make them convenient choices for guests who would like to stay overnight. Other options include some of Lake Como’s magnificent Villas with the most beautiful Italian gardens. Here are some of our favorite Italian wedding venues in Lake Como:

  • Villa Balbiano
  • Villa Pliniana
  • Villa Sola Cabiata
  • Villa del Balbianello
  • Villa Erba
  • Villa Prizzo
  • Hotel Villa D’Este
  • Villa Giuseppina
  • Grant Hotel Tremezzo
  • Il Sereno
  • Mandarin Oriental Lake Como
  • Villa Bonomi

The Italian Riviera

Italian Riviera boasts miles of coastline with beaches in each village along its length. This destination is great for beach lovers who want a warmer climate, especially during the spring and summer months. Cinque Terre has a more laid-back atmosphere than you’d find at other destinations such as Lake Como, Amalfi, or Rome, but it has a lot to offer.

The Italian Riviera is known for its rich ecosystems, including the Mediterranean Sea and both rocky and sandy beaches. It’s also a great place to have outdoor weddings. A number of hotels offer wedding packages that can be customized to fit your needs in this unique location. The coastline provides beautiful backdrops for pictures as well!

And with its many churches, it’s a great choice for couples preferring a religious ceremony. Best wedding venues in Cinque Terre:

  • Imperiale Palace Hotel
  • San Giovanni Battista church
  • Santa Margherita di Antiochia church
  • San Pietro church
  • San Lorenzo church
  • Church of San Giovanni Battista

The Amalfi Coast

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The Amalfi Coast is one of the most breathtaking wedding destinations in Italy. It’s a popular destination for travelers and tourists alike, so it may also be fitting as your guests’ last Italian memory before they fly back to their homes! There are many hotels that offer wedding packages here, but some traditional venues include:

  • Villa Cimbrone
  • Belmond Hotel Caruso
  • Palazzo Avino
  • Villa Eva
  • Villa Treville
  • Hotel Palazzo Murat
  • Le Sirenuse Hotel
  • Hotel Santa Caterina 


Tuscany is a beautiful region in Italy known for its fertile farmlands and wineries. You’ll find many gorgeous Tuscan villas throughout the countryside that lie just outside medieval cities.

Tuscany offers a wide variety of wedding venues. This region is home to some of the most enchanting and memorable weddings in all of Italy! Highlights include:

  • Le Terrazze Estate Hotel
  • Hotel Santa Caterina, Castiglion del Bosco
  • La Cerreta Country House Resort & Spa
  • Villa La Pietra
  • Hotel Duomo Vecchio – Florence
  • Fattoria Il Canto del Sole (Siena)
  • Villa Capponi near Pisa
  • Hotel Torre Di Santa


Puglia is a beautiful region in the south of Italy, located in the heel of the “boot.” It’s known for its whitewashed hilly villages and gorgeous Mediterranean coastline. Some of the best Puglia wedding venues include:

  • Masseria Potenti
  • Torre Coccaro
  • Borgo Egnazia
  • Masseira Montenapoleone
  • Masseira Don Luigi
  • Masseira Traetta
  • Masseira La Carrube

Wherever you choose for your Italian wedding venue, it’s sure to be a romantic day to remember.

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