This was my second time to Siena, having made a weekend trip during a semester abroad while studying in Florence some years ago. Siena just isn’t a place, its is a state of mind, and Plazzo Publicco, in the heart of Siena’s Campo, isn’t just any city hall, it’s the oldest continuously used public building in the world and a museum.
It was a simple wedding, but one with great respect to the spirit of the moment and weight of the location. It was an honor to be able to capture the intense love Carolin and Oliver share.
If you are looking for a place to get married in Italy, Palazzo Pubblicco is a great place to start looking. With intimate receptions sites abound, it is sure to be a great experience for you and your guests!