A place of outstanding beauty for the most beautiful “I do” of your life.
Lots of people who don’t live in the municipality of Montepulciano come here every year to get married, and many of them come from abroad. Some end up here by chance, during a holiday, others for business, and others have even found love here. And how could it be different? This is one of the most beautiful places, with the most beautiful landscapes, in Tuscany.
The Municipality of Montepulciano is providing couples and their guests with some fascinating locations in the old town and in one of the greenest areas of Val di Chiana Senese for civil wedding ceremonies.
The areas in the old town are located in the inner courtyard (photo n. 1), in the Board Room (photo n. 2), and in the Council Chamber (photo n. 3) of Palazzo Comunale [Town Hall], which overlooks Piazza Grande; in the inner courtyard (photo n. 4) of the Fortress, within walking distance of the square; in the Crociani Civic Museum and Picture Gallery (photo n. 5), a treasure chest of art and beauty; inside the Grand Hall of Palazzo Ricci (photo n. 6), in collaboration with the European Art and Music Academy; in the splendid Teatro Poliziano (photo n. 7); and, finally, in outdoor areas close to the Montepulciano Lake Nature Reserve (photo n. 8), where nature and beauty are merrily united as well.
Obviously, availability is regulated. The staff of the Registry Office is at your disposal to supply all the information on the documents required and the performance of the various formalities, as well as the fees for use of the spaces available.
For couples getting married in Montepulciano, the Municipal Administration has conceived and created a small, elegant, personalised gift to remember their special day by forever; a gift which represents two of the essential aspects of the town’s culture – wine and literature.
The contact person for visiting the venues, information for wedding planners, and everything concerning he organisation of the ceremony is Mrs. Clara Ietta – email@example.com – tel. +39 0578 712232
Information on bureaucratic requirements and related documents should be requested from the Ufficio Servizi Demografici (Registrar’s Office) of the Municipality – firstname.lastname@example.org – tel. +39 0578 712213 – 712312
Information on civil wedding ceremonies in Montepulciano
1) In the Town Hall of Montepulciano, it is possible to celebrate civil weddings according to the following schedule:
during the regular office hours of the Civil Registry Office: Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.; on Monday and Wednesday, also from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.;
outside regular office hours, no later than 6.30 p.m. and no earlier than 9 a.m.;
unless proven necessary or otherwise expressly agreed, by way of derogation, by the Town Council, weddings cannot be celebrated on 25 December, 1 January, 15 August, on Easter, and on the days when national referendums or elections are taking place.
2) The availability of the areas may vary depending on the scheduled events and shows taking place in the same over the course of the year, in compliance with the agreements for entrusted management and use already subscribed by third parties. The provision of outdoor areas is also subject to weather conditions.
3) Prices are set according to specific factors. Please, refer to the following table:
|Date and time of the wedding ceremony||Spouses of which at least one resident or registered in AIRE (Register of Italian citizens residing abroad)||Non-resident spouses, with at least one resident parent
|Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, from 9 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.
|Free of charge||€ 150.00||€ 1000.00|
|Monday and Wednesday, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
|Free of charge||€ 150.00||€ 1000.00|
|Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
|€ 50.00||€ 250.00||€ 1000.00|
|Saturday, Sunday and public holidays||€ 100.00||€ 500.00||€ 1000.00|
The inner courtyard (Photo 1)
The Board Room (Photo 2)
The inner cortyard of Fortezza (Photo 4)
The Crociani Civic Museum and Picture Gallery (Photo 5)
The Grand Hall of Palazzo Ricci (Photo 6)
The Teatro Poliziano (Photo 7)
The Montepulciano Lake Nature Reserve (Photo 8)