Venue Finder: We have curated the best hotels & venues in Italy just for you
We are a collection of independent family-owned and run luxury Italian hotels. Autentico Hotels are ideal destinations for any inspired traveller.
From the thrill of being taken by boat, from San Feliciano to Polvese, crossing the scents, sounds and colours of the lake.
Venice is one of the most romantic cities in the world and a spectacular backdrop for an Italian luxury wedding.
Casale de’ Pasquinelli is the ideal setting to celebrate your wedding, reception or special event in Lucca in Tuscany.
Villa Il Cerretino offers spaces and settings that make it customizable and adaptable to the needs of each type of event and to the specific preferences of all customers
For an Italian beach wedding to romantic venues in Venice, on 5 Star Wedding Directory, you will find the best wedding venues and services to celebrate your weddings and special occasions. Explore and book the many romantic and beautiful wedding venues in Italy and professional wedding suppliers with ease on our luxury wedding directory.
A unique setting in a lush subtropical park with stunning views over the Mediterranean Sea and a heated sea-water swimming-pool, just moments from the sandy beach and the centre of the town. Inside the evergreen elegance, outside a magical background
Castello di Solfagnano is a National Historical Monument located in Umbria, the green heart of Italy, between Florence and Rome.
A small city with a big reputation, Florence is one of our favorite Italian destinations. With more masterpieces than you could imagine in this beautiful Renaissance city that was the European center of politics and art.
Hotel Alpha stands on one of the oldest and most beautiful citrus groves in the Sorrento Peninsula and it is the ideal location for a wedding with Mediterranean colours, flavours and scents.
Located in the heart of Posillipo, Villa del Vecchio Pozzo is an enchanting seventeenth-century villa. Exclusive location with an illustrious historical past, a place of delights, where the high Neapolitan aristocracy celebrated the art of receiving.
Villa Il Cerretino is a stunning private villa with extensive gardens located in the hills outside of Florence with sweeping views of the countryside, charming villages and Tuscany’s largest city in the distance.
We are a collection of independent family-owned and run luxury Italian hotels. Autentico Hotels are ideal destinations for any inspired couple. One of our team members will be more than happy to help you choose the perfect setting for your wedding.
The “Villa di Catignano” was built at the end of XVII century by the ancestor of the current owners, Quinto Settano, pseudonym of Monsignor Lodovico Sergardi, a writer and lover of arts.
My Sicilian Wedding born from the desire to accompany and assist you through the intricacies of organising your wedding, providing you with peace of mind throughout the process.
Castello di Collegno - Immersed in a luxuriant park fragrant with romantic flavor, stands the Castle of Collegno a unique place where time stops and all is designed to offer you absolutely unforgettable moments.
BluWater is a beach club located in Alcamo marina, western Sicily. - It is the windows by the stunning Gulf of Castellammare. At sunset time the sky is tinged with strong colors, from red to blue to gold. A venue for your Beach Wedding with style!
We produce exceptional weddings for all faiths, cultures and denominations. We adopt a bespoke approach and offer a full wedding planning service starting to find the best venue suitable for the couple. We can manage all style of weddings!
Tarquinia is situated in an amazing situation just 45 minutes north of Rome. This extraordinary town has both a beautiful coastal aspect of Lido and an ancient elevated hill town overlooking the sea
At the gates of Florence, immersed in the green landscape of the Tuscan countryside of Chianti, Villa D'Arte is a unique and refined location in which to organize your most beautiful day with the certainty of an impeccable result.
Italy & Tuscany are the most romantic places all over the World and Borgo Bucciano is a real gem! If you have always dreamed of an exclusive wedding, this wedding venue is the right place where to get married!
Castello di Petrata - an ancient and charming fortress in Assisi, with a stunning panorama, fine Italian food and a warming atmosphere…this is the perfect frame for your Italian dream wedding
Located on the slopes of Monte Amiata, near by Grosseto, Tenuta di Collemassari is surrounded by vineyards and olive groves, a picture perfect backdrop for a destination wedding in Tuscany.
Set on a hilltop in the beautiful typical Tuscan countryside surrounded by rolling hills, olive groves and vineyards, Villa Pitiana can offer you a breathtaking view and that enchanting atmosphere only Italy can offer.
The venue is an authentic historical Podere surrounded by nature, olives trees and wineyards. Podere Castellare is a magic place where live the Tuscan wedding experience.
In the fresco cycle that Bernardino Poccetti painted for Ludovico Capponi between 1583 and 1588 in the Great Hall of Palazzo Capponi-Vettori, themes are presented extolling the civic and military glories of the ancient House of Capponi.
Owned by the Ferragamo family and the flagship property of the Lungarno Collection, Hotel Lungarno is a restoration of a 16th century grand residence and is situated in one of the most extraordinary locations of Florence.
Baglioni Resort Cala del Porto is located in Punta Ala, a natural gem of the Maremma in Tuscany. Its highly modern tourist port and its facilities for horse-riding,
What better place to spend the most important day of your life than Florence, the backdrop for the most romantic and passionate love stories of all times?
Just a stone’s throw away from St. Mark’s Square, Baglioni Hotel Luna, the city’s oldest hotel with wonderful views over the Basin of San Marco and St. George’s Island, is an exclusive venue
During the XIX century, the famous Italian architect Gaetano Koch built two twin palaces overlooking the majestic Piazza della Repubblica also known as Esedra, as the Romans used to call it because of its semicircular shape.