Wedding in Venice means getting married in a city unique in its beauty, in its timeless poetry.
The historic center of the city is a set of small islands, joined together by bridges, where there are historical palaces and residences of the richest Venetian families of the golden age of the city.
In addition to the classic routes that lead to the great Piazza San Marco – the only one to be called the square – with its imposing Basilica, you can explore endless corners of the city, all to discover: it is the most authentic Venice, the one we love the most.
The “calli” or alleys and “campi” – so the squares in Venice are called – are a dense labyrinth in which to get lost and find yourself. A truly unique experience and scenario in the world.
But don’t forget iconic and famous places such as the Rialto Bridge, the Doge’s Palace, the Bridge of Sighs, a must for a romantic visit to Venice, to be completed with a gondola ride through the canals.
Venice also allows you to immerse yourself in scenarios completely different from the historic center, such as the lagoon and its islands, including the most famous: Murano with its glass laboratories, Burano for its colorful houses and lace, Torcello with its rural and authentic landscape.
Living Venice also means tradition. The Venice Carnival has been for years an event that attracts tourists from all over the world. From here comes the art of manufacturing precious clothes and enigmatic masks, which bring back to the ancient splendor of past eras.
Venice is culture, history and art.
The Biennale of Art and Architecture, the renowned Film Festival and the performances of the La Fenice Theatre, are other important international events, which have made Venice even more interesting and sought after for cultural tourism.
Venice was born to make us dream.
Every year, thousands of Italian and foreign couples choose this city as their wedding venue.
Getting married in Venice, in fact, means giving yourself a unique and sophisticated experience, which will always remain among the most romantic and precious memories.
For those who dream of a wedding in the historic center or in the islands of the surrounding lagoon, Venice offers dozens of locations, different also for setting: historic buildings overlooking the Grand Canal and islands with exclusive facilities for a reception, represents a real experience for couples and their guests.
For a religious ceremony, the city is rich in churches, some of which are more intimate and less known.
Among the most requested we mention the Church of Santa Maria dei Miracoli, with Renaissance style and recognizable for its characteristic internal staircase.
The Church of the Most Holy Redeemer is one of the greatest examples of Palladian architecture and is suitable for a solemn and majestic ceremony. It is located on the island of Giudecca in a privileged position and allows you to fully enjoy the city from another point of view.
For those who want a civil wedding in Venice, we remind you that you can choose between Palazzo Cavalli, Palazzo Vendramin Calergi and Ca’ Farsetti in the wonderful Sala degli Stucchi.