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Civil Wedding in Florence at the Red Hall of Palazzo Vecchio

Florence Red Hall Civil Weddings

Florence is considered the Capital of Arts due to the Renaissance period, the city is surrounded by history and counts more than 400 musuems among which is the most famous Uffizi Gallery. Civil Weddings are held at the City Town Hall of Palazzo Vecchio, the ancient residence of the Medici family, the halls were it can take place are the Red Hall, the Room of Lorenzo and at the Hall of the '500. Moreover it is possible to celebrate a Civil Wedding at the Bardini Museum and at the the Garden of Roses in Poggio Imperiale which ovelooks the whole city of Florence. Rates varies according with the location chosen. 

The Red Hall was the luxury bedroom of Cosimo De Medici, and due its name for its sumptuous red furniture, drapes and ornaments typical of the Reinassance decor which is the perfect setting for an intimate civil ceremony and an elegant reception. The hall can hold up to 80 guests with only 30 chairs available.

Florence is the perfect city in any time and all seasons for getting married in a romantic and unique experience you will keep in your heart forever.

Wedding Timetable



Monday    Tuesday     Wednesday Thursday    Friday      Saturday    Sunday     


    from 8:00 
to 13:00
from 8:00 
to 13:00
  from 8:00 
to 13:00
from 9:00 to 12:00 *


          from 15:00 
to 17:30 *
 * Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning only once a month to be agreed with City Town Hall of Florence.


The marriage date is confirmed by the registry office only 6 months prior the wedding.
Sworn declaration to be done two days before the wedding.
Ceremony lasts only 20 minutes. Music allowed.
Only Civil Ceremonies are allowed in the town hall of Florence.
The ceremony is performed in Italian language by the Mayor or his substitute an interpreter is provided by us.
The ceremony can be enriched with brief readings and music.

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