We hope that our wedding is an inspiration fall in love with the rich culture of Italy as much as we have.



The most direct flight and closest arrival to the city center is into Florence (Amerigo Vespucci Airport) and take a 20-minute taxi ride.



To experience more of Italy’s cities, fly to either Rome (Leonardo da Vinci International Airport) or Milan (Milan Malpensa Airport). Take a two-hour train ride to Stazione di Firenze Santa Maria Novella, the main station in Florence.



Fly into Pisa International Airport and make a pit stop at the Leaning Tower of Pisa first before taking an hour train ride to Stazione di Firenze Santa Maria Novella, the main Florence station.

Please note, your passport must be valid for at least three months beyond the period of stay when traveling to Italy.


Last Updated  –  07/29/2022


Covid-19 has changed lots this past year, but we still highly encourage everyone to be up to date with their boosters and wear a mask while traveling to keep themselves and each other safe. Please note the changes in Covid-19 regulations: 

As of June 1, 2022, travelers from the United States no longer need to show a vaccination card to enter Italy.

The use of a FFP2 mask is no longer mandatory on airplanes and for access for indoor, but required for the following modes of transportation:

  • Ships and ferries used for interregional transport services
  • High Speed, Intercity, Intercity Night, and Interregional Trains
  • Buses connecting more than two regions
  • Buses/coaches used for chartered services with driver
  • Local and regional public transport

Re-entry into the United States no longer requires a negative PCR test. If you do find yourself in need of a test, please find a list of resources here.

Additional Covide-19 Traveling resources are provided below:

For those who may not be able to fulfill the traveling requirements, we appreciate your circumstances and look forward to celebrating with you another time.