Getting married in…Veneto

And here we are with our weekly catch up! Today I am going to show you the beauty of Veneto, another land I also love as my adopted one.

After 14 years spent in this region, I can say that Veneto has a special place in my heart, it is a fantastic land which expresses an extraordinary variety in its scenery that we will shortly discover together.

This region is the custodian of natural, artistic, and traditional treasures and one of them is the most romantic place per eccellence and one of the most unique city in the world: Venice, even if also Verona, the Italian setting of Romeo & Juliet, gained its reputation!

The variety of locations you can find here is remarkable. Venice indeed is audacious and spectacular enough that it won’t need too much work to look the perfect scenario; the simplest of the marriages in this city will just look breathtaking.

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Verona is another quite romantic city; who can forget the famous balcony of Romeo and Juliet?

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And let’s not forget about the Dolomites, our Eastern Italian Alps which are a UNESCO world heritage site and feature some of the most beautiful mountain landscapes anywhere, with vertical walls, sheer cliffs and such a high density of narrow that even the hardest heart will melt.

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Villas in Veneto, on which I wrote a previous article available here:

https://dagweddingplanner.com/en/2018/02/07/wedding-in-villa/

are the ideal place for a romantic wedding but they are a good fit for a country chic one as well.

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Veneto boasts also many historic houses and buildings, therefore you can find here marvellous hotels with a unique design.

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So you just have to get in touch with me now and we will plan together your special day in one of these fabulous places.

Dalila Azzurra Giordano

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