Wedding in a Medieval Town Hall in Tuscany

Wedding in a Medieval Town Hall in Tuscany

While we are still trying to offer you unique locations for your wedding in Tuscany, today Weddings and Weddings would like to propose you some fascinating medieval town halls where your legal civil ceremony could be performed in the enchanting scene of Tuscany. The wedding ceremony is really an important aspect of your wedding day, therefore  you need to find a stunning place  that can  be appreciated and remembered by you and all your guests.  For those of you who like the atmosphere of an historical palace for your wedding ceremony, we think that a medieval town hall could be the perfect location. The idea of breathing  Tuscan history with beautiful frescos on the walls or even just simple old stone walls can surely give a special sensation to your Tuscan wedding.

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Dante’s hall in the Civic Palace of San Gimignano

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Hall of Priors’ Palace in Volterra

Among the nicest medieval Tuscan towns, I would like to propose the beautiful town hall of Priors’ Palace in Volterra ,  The Dante’s hall in the Civic Palace of San Gimignano, the wedding hall of the Civic palace of Siena and the austere hall of the Civic Tower of Castellina in Chianti.

 There are many couples that like more the idea of having  a proper wedding day program involving the use of two different locations: one for the wedding ceremony and later another place for the wedding party. Therefore, after the performance of the wedding ceremony in these medieval town halls, maybe followed by a prosecco toast on the main square, we can arrange your wedding party in one of the various villas, country resorts or farm houses located nearby, just to enjoy the typical setting of a proper Tuscan wedding.

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Hall of Civic Tower of Castellina in Chianti

Enjoy the spirit  and the history of Tuscany! You will never forget the atmosphere of a ceremony in a medieval town hall!

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