Why to choose a wedding in Spello
The medieval town of Spello seems to melt down the hill which it graces. Spello combines its medieval aspect of winding streets and ancient stone houses with numerous Roman remains: this Roman town is entirely surrounded by walls which are one of the most accurate examples of ancient fortification preserved in Italy.
The old Town hall, built in 1270 and enlarged during the sixteenth century, has some frescoed halls, one attributed to the Zuccari brothers.
Weddings can be celebrated in two wedding halls: Sala Zuccari, so called for the frescoed walls, one attributed to the Zuccari brothers, and the large Sala Editto.