Edimburgh - Scotland

One of our last trips brought us here, to Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland. We came here to meet one of our couples, who chose to have their Destination Wedding in Italy, at the Villa di Striano, near Florence. They took us through the city streets, telling us historical anecdotes and showing us some hidden corners of Edinburgh. We enjoyed every corner we saw; the architecture of this city is amazing and rich.


Amalfi Coast - Campania, Italy

Our last trip to Campania took us here along the Amalfi Coast to discover many magnificent towns. We stayed in Amalfi to explore the town through its alleys and then passed by Sorrento and tasted the famous limoncello, visited Villa Cimbrone in Ravello, and ate fresh fish in Positano. The true Italian dream is born here, under the scorching sun of this magnificent Italian region, bathed by a beautiful sea.


Rome - Lazio, Italy

Last year we joined a couple of newlyweds-to-be for an Engagement Session in Rome, the great Capital of Italy, in Lazio. We got a closer look at the Teatro Marcello, smaller than the colosseum but equally beautiful. We strolled the small streets of the Trastevere district, full of typical places to taste real Roman cuisine such as carbonara and pasta all'amatriciana. We boarded small rowboats in the lake of one of Rome's most fantastic gardens, Villa Borghese Park.


Barcelona - Spain

Barcelona is an explosion of colors, it is a mix of cultures, of different ages and styles that intertwine... Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia, Spain, and as such stands out from all the others. We left from the first light of day, thus having the chance to visit this beautiful, still-empty Spanish city, still asleep, together with our couple.


Pitigliano and Saturnia thermal baths - Tuscany, Italy

Terme di Saturnia is one of the largest free spas in all of Tuscany and is located near Pitigliano, in the province of Grosseto. It is always a pleasure to come here to relax by soaking in the ever-warm water, in the evocative limestone pools with the clearest waters. The most striking point of these spas are the Cascate del Mulino waterfalls, which can be visited all year round.


Venere Harbor - Liguria, Italy

In the province of La Spezia, Liguria, is a small seaside town overlooking the sea called Porto Venere. Its uniqueness lies in the small Church of San Pietro, perched on a small rocky promontory overlooking the sea from where you can see the whole gulf. It is really a magical feeling to climb that stone staircase and then come here and admire this breathtaking landscape.


Cork, Skibbereen, Moher - Ireland

In Ireland we felt at home, welcomed as if we had lived there forever. On our trip to Southern Ireland we went from visiting the capital, Cork, a pulsating center of life, full of color, then traveling inland, passing through vast countryside as far as the eye could see and finally arriving in Skibbereen, a small country town. A landscape truly full of pleasant surprises.


Etna Volcano, Noto and Marzamemi - Sicily, Italy

It was our first time in Sicily and we tried to see as much as possible, tasting every typical dish and breathing every tradition by accomplishing a small Road Trip through many cities. Sicily was really a surprise that we feel we can recommend to everyone. The small fishing town of Marzamemi with its famous tonnara, the volcano Etna with its very dark earth, Noto with its incredible architecture...a real journey of discovery.


Paris - France

Obviously Paris needs no introduction, so we invite you to enjoy our journey through the postcards we brought back from France. The memories we tried to capture relate mainly to the various atmospheres we breathed and experienced, such as that of Parisian cafes. From Montmartre to the Louvre, everything seemed perfect.


Giogo's Mountains - Massa, Italy

This location was a real discovery for us. We were traveling by motorcycle along the Tuscan-Romagna Apennines in the province of Massa, and from a distance we spotted strange silhouettes on the mountain ridge of Mount Giogo. It is a Former NATO Base used during the Cold War for communications in the Mediterranean Sea. Going inside to explore it is really a unique feeling, the large parabolas dominate the valley where in the distance you can also see the sea of Liguria and Tuscany.