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Italy Overview

Italy is renowned for its love of food, wine, culture, mind blowing scenery, art and not to mention its wealth of history. For astonishing scenery drive along the meandering roads of the Amalfi Coast or sample fine wines at the vineyards of Tuscany. Italy’s two islands differ tremendously, whilst Sicily is home to remarkable ruins and the picturesque Taormina, Sardinia is loved for its beautiful beaches. Take a ride in a gondola through the Grand Canal of romantic Venice or visit Renaissance Florence or the Eternal City of Rome.

Key Facts for Italy

Currency: Euro

Capital: Rome

Language: Italian

Flight time: 20 hours from Sydney

When to Honeymoon in Italy

When to go:
Italy is at its best in spring and autumn. During these seasons temperatures are pleasant and there are relatively few crowds.

Flight Information:
Italy is approx 2 - 3 hours from London with direct flights operated by British Airways and Alitalia


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Getting Married in Italy

If you're looking for a European destination at which to hold your wedding then why not consider Italy. Located in southern Europe this beautiful country is a melting pot of history, art, fashion and stunning scenery. With a mass of interesting and decorative churches in each city, as well as castles, villas, halls, and parks in which to exchange your vows, weddings abroad in Italy can satisfy even the most discerning of couples. Whether you want the towering Alps in the backdrop of your wedding photos, or you prefer a sea view, the choice is yours and there's plenty of venues that are able to help host your reception. With so many places to visit and activities to do, Italy is also an amazing location for a honeymoon too.


Marriage Requirements


A couple wishing to marry in Italy first have to declare their intent at the marriage office of the district in which they want to get married. 4 days after this they are able to get married. The documents they both need to have with them are valid passports, proof of entry into Italy, full birth certificates as well as a certificate of No Impediment. They will also need an affidavit witnessed by 2 people, stating that they are single and, if they are divorced or widowed, certificates to this effect. All of the documents need to be translated into Italian and submitted to the Uffico Legalizzazioni for legalising, together with a tax stamp. 

For more information visit http://rome.angloinfo.com/countries/italy/marriage.asp


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