Are you looking for a romantic Italian escape for your wedding day?
Check out Borgo Di Tragliata, an antique village in the Roman countryside. Its origins date back to the Etruscan era, with the buildings still intact – creating a wedding venue with historic charm and old world romance for your special day.
The ancient village has two beautiful churches, a baroque style and one of the medieval era, perfect for saying your ‘I do’s’. Borgo di Tragliata’s accommodation is part of a large organic farm set in the beautiful Lazio countryside, to accommodate guests and this environmentally-friendly resort also boasts excellent facilities and a beautiful restaurant.
Rome is less than an hour’s drive away and you can reach beaches at Ladispoli in 30 minutes. Fiumicino Airport is also close by.
A Journey of Tastes, Flavours and Colours
The Massello is ideal for theme parties and weddings, thanks to its spacious rooms, bright and elegant outdoor spaces with gazebo and pool views.
The Bar, for its interior is perfect for an aperitif or after-dinner drinks, a pizza with friends. It’s located on the ground floor of the complex Favole and overlooks the courtyard, where you can enjoy the view from the bottom of the village surrounded by countryside. The pool tables and ping-pong are always on hand to brighten your evenings.
Church of Sant’Isidoro, parish of Tragliata, is available to host private functions (baptisms, anniversaries and weddings), you can reach along the tuff rock, in the central block of the Village.
The Salon of the Village and the Court represent a fascinating environment that lends itself well to different types of equipment: from Rugantino the Country, passing through the Shabby Chic to go to the informal elegance of the Campaign; where recall ancient festivals in joy, with music, dancing and good wine.
From the choice of the photographer and the florist, the appointment with the hair stylist and make-up artist, their staff will suggest the best professionals.
Are you interested to get married in this amazing location situated in the roman countryside?