- The music festival of Spoleto - Festival dei Due Mondi, one of Italy’s great musical extravaganzas.
- Truffles - Umbria produces the more truffles than any other region - divine over hand made fettucine!
- Genuine, welcoming people; authentic hospitality.
- The mystical allure of ancient medieval citadels and towns.
Airport nearby: Rome (approximately 1 to 1 1/2 hours)
Best time of year for an Umbria wedding: April through October
Anyone considering a destination wedding in Italy should take a close look at Umbria.
The team at Distinctive Italy Weddings arranges for every type of wedding ceremony in Umbria
Umbria is synonymous with St. Francis of Assisi, rolling landscapes, vineyards, lakes and medieval hill towns which create enchanting pictures your mind will not easily forget. It is one of the few regions of Italy not touched by the sea yet can boast one of the largest lakes in Italy: Lake Trasimeno. Umbria is easily reached via train ride from Rome or Florence and is the “green heart” of Italy. Towns such as Orvieto, Gubbio, Spoleto, Perugia and Assisi represent some of the finest medieval architecture in Italy and hide many a jewel in art and beauty. Castles abound, often appearing out of nowhere and every town has a magnificent main square with church or cathedral.
The valley around Spoleto is particularly characteristic of Umbria’s incredible natural beauty with its wooded countryside, regal Valnerina mountains and the quintessential medieval towns of Spoleto and Assisi.
Civil weddings in Umbria are performed in palaces and castles selected by the local authorities. Spoleto, Perugia, Assisi and others boast museum like quality locations. Catholic churches are available for a Catholic ceremony and the selection of Protestant and symbolic wedding locations is only limited by your imagination.
The food of this central region is 100% local, seasonal, and exceptionally good. Your wedding reception in Umbria could include a tasting menu which will allow everyone to experience a variety of local specialties. Best of all, prices in Umbria are very favorable compared to other Italian regions. The Sagrantino grape is Umbria’s most famous red grape and is dried to produce a semi sweet ruby red wine. A delight to drink.
Getting married in Umbria means experiencing one of Italy’s most authentic regions and cultures. We are sure you will fall in love with the “green heart” of Italy!