Do you want to make sure your wedding is unforgettable? Look no further than Rome, the Eternal City, which will lay on an unequalled experience.
From picturesque views to hidden corners and grand piazzas and monuments, all providing the perfect frame for your photographs, making your most special day even more special.
An almost limitless choice of beautiful churches means you can satisfy any desire for religious rites. Or you can use a your wedding planner to help choose some more unusual and spectacular venues. Here at Italian Gala, we have a huge range of exclusive venues, just for you.
Wedding in Italy Rome – Civil Ceremonies in Public Spaces
If you opt for a civil ceremony, Rome City Council can offer 4 wonderful rooms:
▪ The Sala Rossa, situated on the ground floor of the Campidoglio – the spot which has marked the centre of Rome since the days of Caesar.
▪ The Complesso Vignola Mattei, a deconsecrated church adapted to celebrate civil weddings, just a stone’s throw from the wonderfully atmospheric Caracalla Baths.
▪ Villa Lais in Piazza Cagliero (in Rome’s VII district). For information you or your tour guide or wedding planner can call the council’s Ufficio Anagrafico del Municipio.
▪ La Sala Azzurra in Ostia’s Piazza Regina Pacis, which also has a large garden for photographs.
Weddings in Italy Rome – Religious Ceremonies
Believe it or not there are over 300 churches to choose from in Rome, although inevitably there are a few extremely popular ones. So at certain times of year the waiting lists can be very long, and the best idea is to agree a date well ahead with your wedding planner. The most popular churches in Rome for weddings are:
Santa Francesca Romena, a Baroque church within the ancient Roman Forum; Santi Nereo e Achilleo, a very large church near the Caracalla Baths; San Giorgio in Velabro, a church dedicated to St George and located near the Bocca della Verità; Dio Padre Misericordioso (the Church of the Third Millennium), a modern church designed by the American architect Richard Meier; San Giovanni a Porta Latina; and Santa Maria in Cosmedin, a Greek Orthodox church near the Bocca della Verità.
Weddings in Italy Rome – Anglican churches
All Saints Anglican Church was built in 1880 for English residents and visitors. It has a neo-Gothic interior and is decorated with multi-coloured Italian marble and rose stone from Arles in France.
The Church of St Paul-within-the-Walls (San Paolo entro le Mura) is an American Episcopal (Anglican) church. It was the first non-Catholic place of worship to be built in the city, and represents a unique testimony in Rome to Britain’s Arts and Crafts style. It’s also the most
interesting achievement to be realised in late nineteenth-century sacred art in Rome.
Weddings in Italy Rome – Jewish Rites
Jewish weddings in Rome can be celebrated in the synagogue, but there’s nothing to stop the happy couple choosing other private locations. There’s the main Synagogue in the old Ghetto, the Tempio dell’Ospedale Israelitico, or the Oratorio Di Castro.
WEDDINGS IN ITALY ROME – WHAT TO DO?
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Churches and basilicas
Grand basilicas, little churches, and the odd futuristic building are the stars of the Eternal City.
Rome surprises with the sheer number of events on offer, from dance to concerts.
Night-time in Rome spells fun, as the setting sun brings new life to the city.
Ostia is Rome’s beach, the capital’s seaside resort
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Parks and gardens
Why not take a moment to relax in the green spaces of historic villas, parks and gardens? There are many to choose from.
Sport and leisure
There are all sorts of activities for young and old – take your pick!
Visit the P.I.T. the tourist information point or call 060608.
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