Live your dreams and enjoy your big day at the fairytale Chianti Classico wedding castle
At WeddingItaly, we are experts in planning castle weddings as part of a real Italian lifestyle experience. This wedding castle in Tuscany is an actual jewel in the Chianti Classico countryside. The venue is an authentic 13th-century castle, carefully restored to host classy weddings and receptions. Couples getting married here will live a matchless experience, full of elegance and ambiance.
The tree-lined road leading to the castle's gorgeous garden will take your breath away, creating a romantic atmosphere like no other.
Main features at the fairytale Chianti Classico wedding castle
The varied indoor and outdoor spaces of this splendid location will allow you to enjoy different areas of the castle for the various moments of your wedding in Tuscany, from the welcome cocktail to the reception, from the cutting of the cake, to the dances. Both the stunning outdoor areas and the charming inner halls are characterized by a matchless atmosphere of great beauty and elegance.
Symbolic and civil wedding ceremonies can take place on the castle’s premises, in the gardens, surrounded by olive trees and vineyards. The layout of the castle will ensure the surprise effect during the reception for your special wedding in Italy.
Useful information for your luxury event at the fairytale Chianti Classico wedding castle
Set in the Tuscan countryside, surrounded by vineyards and olive groves, this Italian wedding castle is only 17 km away from Florence. Accommodation possibilities in the nearby area in selected b&b's, villas, hotels, and resorts for any style and budget.
Don't worry about your guests! We'll take care of them, so you can concentrate only on your wedding planning.
At the castle we can arrange civil weddings on site, symbolic ceremonies, protestant blessings with civil validity, Indian ceremonies, Jewish weddings, and the nearest Catholic church is within walking distance!
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