Dream Wedding destinations in Tuscany for 2015

Dream Wedding destinations in Tuscany for 2015

This is the right time to choose your wedding destination in Tuscany for your event in 2015. Weddings and Weddings would like to propose you some fantastic places, a bit undiscovered, that could be  ideal locations for your Italian wedding. Tuscany has hundreds of well known little towns and villages that can represent a breathtaking location for your wedding, but this time I want to pass you some ideas for extraordinary places, outside the main tourist track, where we can arrange your wedding.

A wedding in Tuscany is also a way to gather your family and close friends, therefore a location in a small intimate place can surely be the best solution to live a true Italian experience enjoying the local food and the friendly atmosphere of the Italian people. Here we pass you some interesting places to consider:

Pitigliano: located in the hearth of Maremma area, whose old centre is known as the little Jerusalem, for the historical presence of a Jewish community with its small Synagogue.


San Quirico d’Orcia: in the stunning Tuscan countryside of Orcia’s river valley;  a typical medieval village based on the ancient Via Francigena, the old Pilgrims’ route to Rome.

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Porto Santo Stefano: a beautiful seaport town located on Mount Argentario peninsula, in the south part of Tuscany, with a magnificent Spanish castle, where your wedding ceremony can take place.


Voterra: the home place of the Etruscan civilization and a superb Medieval town with a fantastic town hall and hundreds of hidden corners for your wedding photo service.volterra_00

Castiglione della Pescaia: a  small seaside town in the Maremma area, with a beautiful medieval fortress on the top of the hill overlooking the Tuscan sea. An ideal location for a summer wedding!


These are just some ideas. We will try to find  the best solution for you according to your needs and expectations.

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