I visited a beautiful medieval borgo wedding venue in Italy some days ago, around an hour and a half from Milan: Castell’Arquato in the Emilia Romagna region.
A wonderful Medieval wedding venue borgo is suitable for weddings and events celebrations
A special wedding with a Medieval theme!
You can celebrate weddings and events in different beautiful venues.
You can live the story and traditions of this village in Emilia Romagna and of the countryside, at the border of Lombardy.
Every location has a refined rustic style
The first venue is a holiday farm. You can see the wonderful view of the countryside and borgo.
A very country experience between animals and olive tree grove. You can organize your event in the different areas of the holiday farm and taste the food at zero kilometers.
The second venue is a typical and rustic farmstead in the Lombard-Emilian area with a wonderful borgo view. You can live the traditions of these less known but splendid places.
After, we went to Castell’Arquato where we can admire the borgo and other venues.
A borgo placed above a hill, in a natural scenography
Other locations are the restaurants in the borgo of Castell’Arquato.
The first location is a restaurant with a view of the hills. The restaurant has a fantastic interior dining room that I suggest for a wedding in the Autumn-Winter season and a terrace borgo view for the Spring or the Summer season.
Another location is a historic restaurant with interior and external areas… The external area is suitable for night events in the Summer season.
If you prefer an authentic experience and you love the Medieval story I suggest the venues of the borgo, but if you prefer also to organize a wedding in the middle of nature I suggest the first two venues.
Other beautiful venues are the ceremony locations as a Romanic church and the historical municipal rooms. You can customize the municipal rooms according to the venue’s scenography.
This borgo wedding venue is a wonderful place where you can create a wedding experience in the Italian story and tradition.