Sophie & Andrea

We're getting married!

June 20, 2024

Combined Ceremony And Reception


20th June 2024, 16:45


Borgo di Tragliata , Via Casale di Tragliata, Fiumicino , Roma, OO054, Italy

Join us for a welcome drink from 4.45pm
Ceremony 5.30pm
Followed by dinner and dancing
Carriages 3am

We kindly ask that no phones or cameras are used during the ceremony.

Getting to the venue

Transport from Central Rome 

A coach to and from the venue will be provided, departing from and arriving back into Central Rome.
Pickup time: 3.45pm (4pm departure)
Pickup location: Circo Massimo - Via del Circo Massimo

The bus will pick up opposite the monument to Giuseppe Mazzini, Piazzale Ugo la Malfa.

Nearest metro station is Circo Massimo (Line B and B1) - please be vigilant when using public transport as unfortunately pickpockets are common here. 

Bus back to central Rome will leave the venue at 3am - please let us know where you are staying as the bus will be making several drop offs on the way back.


The most important thing to us is having you with us to celebrate our day, and we appreciate that people have travelled from far and wide to join us. 

If you wish to give us a gift, we would appreciate a contribution to our honeymoon. 

Account Holder: Andrea Piacentini 
Sort code: 23-14-70
Account number: 84491047

Intestatario/Account Holder: Andrea Piacentini 
IBAN: BE15967139366330

Rome recommendations

Rome is a beautiful city with a lot to explore. We've put together a little list with some cafes, bars and restaurant recommendations. 


Each area of Italy has it's own unique dishes and Rome is famous for it's rich cuisine. Here are some top Roman dishes to try: 

·  Pasta Carbonra 
·  Pasta Cacio e Pepe
·   Carciofo alla Giudia (Fried artichoke), or Sophie’s favourite, Carciofo alla Romana  
·   Maritozzo – if an indulgent cream pastry is your ideal breakfast, then go to Il Maritozzaro in Trastevere! 
·   Pizza al Taglio – Pizza is served by the squares in Rome and makes good cheap lunch option 
·   Suppli (fried rice balls with mozzarella and meat) – make sure you ask for Suppli with your Pizza al Taglio  

·  Taverna Trulissa 
·   Sora Lella 
·   Nanarella 
·   Tonnarello
·   Osteria da Fortunata (if you get the Tiramisu here, it’s definitely one between two) 
·   Osteria degli amici 
·   Osteria Chiana
·    Buvette (on Via Vittoria)
·    Santa Palato 
·    Osteria Le Streghe (lovely food but not much English spoken) 
Street Food and Pizza 
·    Trapizzino (for sandwiches) 
·    Mercato Centrale 
·    Bonci Pizzarium
·    Pizzeria l’elementare

The Trastevere area is full of great bars, as is Campo de fiori. During summer, there are also pop-up bars along the river.  


There is so much to see in Rome, from ancient monuments to modern art galleries. Most attractions can be booked in advance, and some, such as general entry into St Peter's and the Pantheon, are free, so we would recommend researching a few places and booking entrance tickets in advance. When visiting religious spaces, be sure to wear or carry something to cover your shoulders. 

There are water fountains and taps all around the city so you can easily refill water bottles at these. 

Like with any big city, pickpockets can be a problem, especially on public transport. 

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