Civil weddings in Verona are among Italian favorites destinations. Romeo and Juliet’s love story is one of the main reasons couples from all over the world choose Verona for their civil wedding in Italy.
Juliet’s house is the most famous, one of the most known sightseeing spots in Italy. A small courtyard opens on the famous balcony. The statue in the heart of the courtyard is a “good luck” symbol for every couple in love. This is an extremely romantic venue for a civil wedding for anyone who loves this deep drama.
On every first Saturday of the month couples can also get married in Verona Sala degli Arazzi, in the impressive Palazzo Barbieri, near the Arena, the actual town hall. It is a neo-classical building in the heart of the town with a hall decorated with frescoes and furnished in a very classy and elegant style.
Near the place where Juliet’s is buried, her memorial, there is a lovely hall, called Guaruenti hall. Walking through a romantic cloister, you reach this frescoed room. It is an ideal venue for those wishing a more secluded civil wedding ceremony, infact it is also the preferred among the three possible options. This is available on every Thursday and Saturday.
There are only a few steps you need to consider when planning a civil wedding in Verona. For instance the registry office requires a declaration of no impediment two days before the actual wedding day. Secondly they require a legal interpreter with a regular licence (we are of course!). Third and final the fees to get married vary depending on time, day and number of guests.
We do suggest to contact us a few months in advantage to arrange a relax free wedding in this charming location.