PRIVATE VILLA IN TUSCANY, ITALY
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This venue is a magical stone farmhouse built in 1640 in Cortona, a hilltop town in Tuscany. This is a unique option for an extended wedding with family and friends to explore the incredible art and architecture, delicious food and wine, and jaw-dropping landscapes of the region.
Say your vows with panoramic views typical of Italian countryside and entertain around six different garden areas around the villa. You’ll encounter walking paths that weave amid olive groves, cypresses, fruit trees and lavender bushes (so many photo opportunities!). On the topic of food, you’ll be spoilt with traditional Tuscan specialties, think home-made pizza and ravioli made with vegetables and herbs from the garden and served with delicious local wines. After your celebrations, enjoy the inviting outdoor pool and revel in the most magnificent sunset views of Val di Chiana Valley and Val d’Esse.
This venue is perfect for a stunning Italian garden wedding ceremony with up to 100 of your closest family and friends. The venue is run by a professional wedding planner, Silke, and the property is licensed by the Italian state to perform official ceremonies. Overall, this venue has hosted a total of 10 weddings.
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This venue is convenient to reach from abroad. There are a number of nearby international airports to choose from. The International Airport of Perugia is the closest, alongside the airports in Florence, Rome and Pisa.
Perugia International Airport (62km)
approx. 55min drive
Florence International Airport (135km)
approx. 100min drive
This venue is available for day only or with accommodation for up to six people (there is no minimum night stay). When booking this venue, you will have access to the whole estate.
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