Hosting a destination wedding in a location of your choice is becoming a more popular decision every year. An especially popular location is Italy, a country full of rich history, culture and, of course, romance
. Italy also boasts some of the world's most delicious cuisine, breathtaking views and is home to a very hospitable people. Consider these Italian wedding destinations for the day you exchange vows.
Positano Town Hall - Positano, Italy
Located along Italy's Amalfi coast is the charming and spectacular Positano Town Hall. It was built in the 1950s and offers a Mediterranean ambiance for your wedding ceremony and reception. Also featured is a quaint terrace with a postcard worthy view of the sea below. Accommodation for the nights before and after the wedding can be made at Poseidon hotel, a luxury 5-star lodging facility complete with a beauty center for pre-wedding pampering.
Positano Town Hall
Via Laurito 62
La Doccia - Tuscany, Italy
Charm your guests with the La Doccia wedding venue, a romantic country house in Tuscany that makes you feel like you're living in the Renaissance era. With landscape views, quaint gardens and a nearby Monastery, La Doccia is easily one of the best places in Italy to tie the knot. They provide a wide array of wedding services and give you the option of working with a wedding planner who knows the ins and outs of the entire facility.
50060 Pelago - Florence, Tuscany, Italy
Castello Malcesine - Lake Garda
Nothing says romance like a fairy tale wedding inside a medieval castle. The Castello Malcesine in Lake Garda, Italy, is a historical castle from the medieval era that is perched atop a hill that provides the perfect view of all of Lake Garda. It's also surrounded by rolling fragrant gardens and a charming lake that provides plenty of photo opportunities throughout your stay.
via Paina, 21
37018 Malcesine (VR), Italy
Wendy Rose Gould is a professional journalist who has contributed to "Glamour" magazine and the Huffington Post, among other publications. After internships at the "Indianapolis Business Journal," "Kiwanis International" and "NUVO Newsweekly," she earned B.A. degrees in journalism and philosophy from Franklin College in 2008. Gould specializes in health, beauty and fashion topics.