Fattorie Santo Pietro

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Loc. Santo Pietro a Pancole, San Gimignano, 53037, Italy
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we want to get married in San Gimignano

by kidfunk


We have a few questions:

1) We can we have a civil wedding ceremony in San Gimignano. Is possible to have in a piazza? We are expecting about 50 people.

2) Who can perform the ceremony?

2) Is there a place were where can have a casull reception?

3) Is the day of week of the ceremony an issue?

RE: we want to get married in San Gimignano

by dtownkitty

I had thought about getting married in italy but couldn't find an Italian man. Haha. JK. Seriously, I still get emails from this company that seems very professional. Hiring a company to do the planning will cost a lot more but will save you a lot of trouble & headache. The website is www.italyweddings.com

J

RE: RE: we want to get married in San Gimignano

by marco2005

I agree with dtownkitty...
better to ask to a specialized company. The italian bureaucracy can made you really bureau-crazy (and all the time needed can be longer then your marriage :-)
San Gimignano is a great location! In the nearby (20 miles) there is Monteriggioni (http://www.castellitoscani.com/italian/monteriggioni.htm) a smaller town (but VERY nice) that can be easier to arrange (In this case you can contact the mayor directly).
Buona Fortuna.
Ciao.
Marco

Travel Tips for San Gimignano

...and some more towers

by croisbeauty

Volterra and San Gimignano remained bitter enemies, persevering for centuries in the struggle for territorial rule.
As the town and its economy starts to grow up, the homes of noble families were erected in the town centre, flanked by towers as a symbol of their power. At the height of the town's splendour, there were no fewer than 72 towers in it.

Siena

by micas_pt

Siena is situated about 40km from San Gimignano. It is a very nice city with an outstanding Cathedral. One of the main attractions – the Campo Grande – is a huge round square where lots of people gather around. The architecture of the city is quite interesting and also its “typical” brownish colour. We spent a wonderful time in Siena and I’d recommend everyone to visit this laid back city.

Piazza del Duomo

by sue_stone

Historically, the heart of San Gimignano has always been Piazza del Duomo. It is the place where all celebrations took place, and today it still remains one of the meeting places in town.

The square is home to the Collegiata (cathedral), though it is not officially a cathedral anymore as it no longer has a bishop. The outside is very plain, but the inside is covered with impressive frescoes.

In the square you will also see the Palazzo Comunale (Town Hall), with the tall Torre Grossa, the highest tower remaining in San Gimignano, which you can climb and enjoy the stunning views.

The second tower in the square is the Torre della Rognosa which is connected to the 13th century Palazzo del Podesta. You can also check out the Museo d'Arte Sacra, which has a collection of medieval religious art.

When we visited the piazza, the Collegiata was the site of a wedding. The happy couple were standing on the steps and it seemed like the whole town had come out to see the newlyweds. The square was filled with well wishes who applauded the happy couple.

Palazzo Pratellesi

by Cristian_Uluru

On the left side of via San Giovanni, few meters from the Church of S.Francesco you can see PALAZZO PRATELLESI. It was built in the 16th century and you can recognize it from its doble arches in the windows. In the palace there is the Centro di Studi sul Classicismo nowday.

Chancery Arch

by croisbeauty

Chancery Arch is passageway in between Piazza del Duomo and Via San Matteo at the end of which stands the gate with the same name. The sides of the San Romano street are lined with imposing buildings, like Casa Torre Nomi-Pesciolini which, according to the legend, was the home of Desiderius, King of the Longobards.

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Address: Loc. Santo Pietro a Pancole, San Gimignano, 53037, Italy