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22 January 2013 Caterina Pomini 3092

Have You Ever Thought of Getting Married in the Italian Lake District?

Have you ever thought of getting married in Italy? Inside the Scaliger Castle of Malcesine for instance, on a panoramic terrace or under a gazebo surrounded by nothing but gorgeous nature… Getting married in Italy could be fantastic oh yes! And perhaps organize a cocktail party right in the castle, or a journey on the Lake Garda on a beautiful old sailing ship while enjoying your favourite aperitif… Have you ever imagined how special your wedding could be if celebrated in one of the most romantic countries in the world?

And what about getting married somewhere else in the Italian lake district? Should you prefer a different atmosphere, your wedding can be organized in ancient astonishing villas, right on the shores of Lake Orta, Lake Maggiore and Lake Como just to name a few… Bride and groom will have the opportunity to enjoy the sophisticated Italian style, Italian wedding planners will be happy to assist them in choosing the perfect place, the perfect flowers, the perfect music.

Lake Orta: it has been so named since the 16th century and is a little charming stretch of water west of Lake Maggiore, a real gem among the northern Italian lakes. A traditional boat led by a boatman will take the bride to Villa Bossi, one of the symbols of Orta San Giulio; after the ceremony the new formed couple will have the opportunity to have their marriage pictures taken around the striking narrow streets of Orta San Giulio's town centre. And what about the wedding banquet? It will be organized in a quiet restaurant with a beautiful view on the lake!

Lake Maggiore: famous for being featured in American writer Ernest Hemingway's novel A Farewell To Arms, it is the second largest lake in Italy and is also renowned for its marvellous gardens.

Your marriage will be celebrated in the astonishing Villa San Remigio, built at the beginning of the 20th century to embody the love between Neapolitan poet and musician Marquis Silvio della Valle di Casanova and Irish artist Sofia Browne. The magnificent Villa's garden will be the amazing background for your wedding photo shoot among fountains and statues, flowers and trees.

Lake Como: this lake has been a popular retreat for aristocrats and wealthy people since Roman times and is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful lakes in Italy. Your wedding can be organized in Villa Cipressi, an historic complex built between 1400 and 1800, which was restored in 1980 and transformed into a cozy hotel immersed in a centuries-old park. Bride and groom will have the opportunity to enjoy their wedding banquet here and spend the night in a wonderful room with the view on the Lake Como.

You want to get married in Italy and you don't know where to start? Visit how to get married in italy for details!

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