There’s something about Tuscany and weddings. One of the most-coveted destinations to get married, the Italian region has everything going for it, from proposal to honeymoon. Whatever may be your reason, Tuscany has the right place to host it. By Deepali Sharma

Nothing unusual about the fact that Tuscany makes news for hosting intimate nuptials that soon turn into year’s most-talked-about weddings. The region’s sheer beauty and serenity, historic magnificence, and outstanding architecture can keep its audience longer than usual and coming back for more. If you too are planning to host one of your special moments under the Tuscan sun, here’s our recommendations.

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Propose it right: Go anywhere because Tuscany has no bad angle. Turn your fantasies into reality at its elegant seaside resorts, dreamy mountain retreats, opulent boutique hotels, five-star thermal spas, and antique villas. Explore the region further, from Apennines to the Tyrrhenian Sea, for local immersive, experiences. Tuscany’s outstanding churches, picturesque Abbey of Sant’Antimo, and ancient buildings of Florence, Lucca or Siena are most suited to give you that perfect bedside table picture.

Wedding of a lifetime: Use the Romanesque castle-turned hotels or Tuscan Rivera resorts to say I Do. The region has gorgeous vineyards in San Gimignano and Cortona that promise delicious local wine to complement the exquisite Tuscan cuisine for your wedding feast. Call Tuscany for Weddings (tuscanyforweddings.com) for city’s suppliers, venues and facilities and get rid of all wedding-planning stress.

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All things love: The Tuscan capital of Florence promises a memorable honeymoon. Centrally situated on the plains of the Arno River between the hills and adorned by splendor vistas of ancient towns and villages, the city has the Renaissance treasure. Rejoice the Town Hall of Florence i.e. Palazzo Vecchio, the Santa Maria Novella Basil, gardens like Giardino delle Rose and Boboli Gardens hand in hand.

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Renew your vows: Travel through Italy in style once again. There is still much to be experienced in the Chianti region—rolling vineyards, hilltop villages and lush olive groves peppered that make the Tuscan countryside so special. Unravel the medieval Certaldo, which truly manifests the refined poetry of Giovanni Boccaccio.

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