Category archives: Wedding Venues

Villa La Cascina

Villa La Cascina lies on a gentle hill top where one can enjoy amazing view. This wonderful Villa has been elegantly restored in true Tuscan style using only top quality and original local materials. It has private pool, site grounds and gardens. The property is surrounded by the private wildlife r[...]

Villa Gambassi

Located between Florence, Pisa, and Siena, this ancient hamlet is steeped in history and surrounded by beautiful countryside with several acres of oak forests as well as two private lakes, one of which is populated by swans. Originally built in the 1600's, the property changed ownership several time[...]

Villa Daniela

Historical villa located in central Tuscany which dates back to the 16th century. This wonderful reception only venue has inspired his a local the poet in many of his verses. The villa offers a romantic and refined setting for a perfect wedding. Ideal for weddings up to 250 guests. Wedding receptio[...]

Villa Barone

Villa Barone is a stylish venue set in the most stunning Tuscan countryside. The venue combines rustic elements with contemporary and elegant features. It is ideal for small weddings of 25 guests up to 200 people. Wedding reception: you can hold your drinks reception around the pool or on the terra[...]

Palazzo Pfanner

Historical and well known Palazzo famous amongst all the Lucca lovers . The palazzo dates back to 15th century and has maintained the elegance of bygone centuries. The Italian style garden makes a perfect setting for pictures while the interiors halls decorated with original frescoes and antiques fu[...]

Volterra

Volterra has seen a big peak of notoriety as it was chosen for the setting of the famous Twilight saga film. This superb town situated on a hill 550 metres above sea level won’t disappoint you in terms of views! Surrounded by a dramatic landscape created by the so-called Balze: impressive chasms, re[...]

Siena

Famous worldwide for its beauty, medical elegance and architecture, Siena is a town that is visited by millions of tourist every year. Piazza del Campo well know for being the setting of the twice a year palio horse race is the heart of the city. Adjacent to the square rises Palazzo Pubblico , ed [...]

San Galgano

The Abbey of San Galgano dates back to the 12th century when the first construction began, only to be completed 6 decades later. During that time, the Abbey went from great opulence to a state of decline and looting, highlighted in 1786 when the massive church bell fell bringing down the entire roof[...]

Lucca

One of the most loved city in Tuscany. Pedestrian friendly cobbled streets, rx wide open squares surrounded by balcony decorated with colourful flowers. Lucca is a charming and lively city that welcomes you at every corner while you are discovering it. This wonderful walled city is a splendid back[...]