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Please join us for our wedding celebration on

63 days until the big day!


We are so happy to invite you to celebrate our special day together!


Over the months we will update this website to include additional details important to our wedding and your stay.
We invite you to check out this page further ahead!



Our ceremony and our YES I DO will be in Basilica di San Giovanni Battista dei Fiorentini.

Address: Via Acciaioli 2, 00186 Rome

A bus transfer will be provided from the church to the dinner venue to facilitate smooth travel from the church to our evening festivities.


Villa Aurelia

Address: Largo di Porta S. Pancrazio 2, 00165 Rome

Aperitivo, Dinner and Dance

What is the dress code?


Gentlemen: Dark Suit

Ladies: Evening Gown/Dress (warm colors are encouraged, no white)


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Welcome to the heart of Rome!

Our ceremony takes place at Basilica di San Giovanni Battista dei Fiorentini right next to Vatican City. Our celebration is set at Villa Aurelia, perched on Janiculum Hill in the Trastevere district. For proximity to both venues, accommodations within Trastevere are ideal, though do note a trek up the hill awaits no matter where you stay. The lively area around Campo de' Fiori, nestled between Trastevere and Rome's historic center, is our top recommendation. It balances easy access to the venue with a touch of Rome's rich history.

Whether you’re traveling from Albania, Germany, or Switzerland, we’ve curated a list of hotel recommendations for you considering a range of preferences. Some of them have reserved a small discount code for you! Simply click here to view the list or here for the Google Map.

Wherever you choose to stay, we're thrilled to celebrate this occasion with you.

See you in Rome!



Get ready for your stay in Rome. Our guide highlights the top places to visit, the most fascinating sights, the best food and drink, the unmissable museums, churches and monuments–plus all the secret spots only locals know about. As the old adage goes: “When in Rome, do as the Romans do,” and there is no better advice for visitors to the Eternal City.

With 3,000 years of history at your fingertips, there are enough things to do, see, and taste to last a lifetime. With iconic historical sites, ancient ruins, Baroque churches, and world-famous museums, you’ll find endless shopping and plenty of decadent pasta and gelato to indulge in. In short, Rome is an overload of the senses and we hope you fall in love with it as much as we have.


Things you can't miss:

  • The Roman Forum
  • Campidoglio Hill
  • Piazza Venezia and Vittoriano
  • Rome Pantheon
  • Trevi Fountain
  • The Spanish Steps
  • Vatican City: St Peter Square, Basilica and Vatican Museums
  • Piazza Navona
  • Castel Sant’Angelo
  • Campo de’ Fiori
  • Piazza del Popolo
  • Coppede District

Things to do in Rome: bucket list experiences

Take a walk in Trastevere

Trastevere is one of the most atmospheric areas of Rome and while it is now packed with tourists it is a really pleasant place to go for an evening walk.

Go in summer especially for outdoor terraces, buskers and a street sellers

Have a delicious coffee

Coffee is not specific from Rome but wow, the city does it well! Try this: TAZZA D'ORO

Savor real gelato

Just like coffee, gelato is an Italian specialty rather than a Rome one but can you really see Rome and not take a stroll with a gelato in hand? Just make sure you get a proper artisan made one in one of the best gelato addresses to have an authentic and delicious experience: GELATERIA DEI GRACCHI

Have dinner in Testaccio

If you are looking for an authentic food experience in Rome in an area that is known but still feels local, head to Testaccio. Try the one and only FELICE A TESTACCIO (It's not for tourists, it's where real Romans eat!)

Go window shopping in Via dei Condotti

Rome is famous for fashion and the best place to go designer shopping is Via Condotti, in the city center.

While the budget may not stretch to actually buying anything here, the windows alone are often a work of art worth seeking out.

What if you get hungry in the meantime?

It's crazy here: MATRICIANELLA

Drive a Vespa

Ok this is a super touristy thing to do but a fun one!

Rent a Vespa.

Have aperitivo on a rooftop terrace

Apetitivo is one of the nicest traditions in Rome. Make it special heading to one of the city’s beautiful rooftop terrace.

The most beautiful views of Rome!

Have pizza

Ok an obvious one but how not to mention pizza in Rome? Make sure you try the traditional round one in the evening, served in any pizzeria, but also the take-out type (pizza al taglio) that the Romans love for lunch




For any information or detail you may need, or any inquiry you may have before & during your stay in Rome, please feel free to contact us or our wedding planner.

Klara: +41 76 358 14 04

Julian: +41 76 358 00 08

Giulia (Wedding Planner) +39 340 4160591