Luxury Wedding at the Royal Palace of Venaria

Luxury Wedding Royal Palace Venaria - LEO Eventi

A royal setting for a royal event: within a short drive distance from Turin we find the magnificent Venaria Reale (Royal Palace of Venaria), a unique setting for an exclusive destination wedding in Italy.

 

A wedding at the Royal Palace of Venaria (also known as the Italian Versailles) is a truly exclusive event, an experience that all guests will remember and cherish for years to come. The magnificent architecture and the fairytale atmosphere will create the perfect setting for a luxury destination wedding in Italy.

 

The civil ceremony can take place in the elegant Turin city centre in the famous Mole Antonelliana or at the Palazzo Madama, both stunning historical buildings; the religious ceremony can take place in a beautiful church which is within a short walking distance from the Venaria Reale.

 

After the ceremony the happy couple and their guests can enjoy a refreshing cocktail reception in the lavish Italian style gardens, then move to the grand and breath-taking Diana Gallery for the sitting dinner; after the culinary delights of the sitting dinner, guests will love the cutting of the wedding cake near the extraordinary colored lights fountain.

 

La Venaria Reale has re-opened with a brand new visit itinerary on the Reggia as a Theatre of Architecture, History, and Magnificence. The new visit itinerary, that unfolds along almost 2 kilometres, will present the history of the House of Savoy and celebrate the Reggia with its dazzling architecture, that makes it one of the finest examples of baroque internationally.

 

Do not hesitate to fill our CONTACT FORM to have more information for a dream wedding at La Reggia Di Venaria.

 

 

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Fully restored architecture, views and perspectives that open anew, furnishings, decorations, tapestries, historical contexts that find their way back to the present: all these elements concur to take visitors on a journey to experience the magical atmosphere of life at court and to enjoy the extraordinary cultural and leisure pursuits of the past and the present.

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