Castello Ruspoli is the perfect choice for who is searching for a magical celebration, amongst loved ones in a breathtaking scenario. With the objective of making one’s dream event a unique and unforgettable experience, we work with the best professionals in the field.
Castello Ruspoli is situated in the medieval town of Vignanello, 70 km from Rome and a mere 18km away from Viterbo, the second largest city in the region of Lazio.
Surrounded by vineyards, olive trees and Italy’s largest producers of hazel nuts, the region known as Tuscia, offers extensive range of organic products. Tuscia also offers an immense variety of locations to enter programs before or after the wedding, enriching the experience of the weekend. We work together with several neighboring properties.
The accommodation for the family of the couple is provided inside Castello Ruspoli. If required, accommodation for other family members can be provided through partners located in the town of Vignanello.
We work in partnership with local hotels in Rome and Viterbo Lazio’s first and second largest cities. The small city is really close to the castle and it’s a jewel itself.
All the transfers, from nearby hotels and train stations to Castello Ruspoli can be provided by our team for the best attendance for your event.
The wedding ceremony may be held at several venues related to the history of Castello Ruspoli.
COLLEGGIATA DE SANTA MARIA DELLA PRESENTAZIONE
The Church is just across the street from Castello Ruspoli and can provide a spectacular entrance to the castle. The Prince and patron of the arts, Francesco Maria Ruspoli built the Church in 1725, The Church received the blessing of Pope Benedict XIII shortly after being built. The Pope commissioned artists from the Vatican to paint the affreschi of the six rooms at piano nobile (first floor) of Castello Ruspoli as a votive offering.
CAPPELLA SANTA GIACINTA MARESCOTTI
Another possible venue for the ceremony is the chapel situated on the ground floor of the castle, which was built in dedication to Santa Giacinta Marescotti, the town’s patron saint and member of the family. A intimate option with a unique charm. Santa Giacinta was canonized by the Pope Pio VII, in 1807.
The couple may even choose the Castle garden as a location for the ceremony. The altar can be built in the garden behind the mazes, with a view of the castle. This option is perfect for an outdoor wedding.
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