Set amid the rolling hills encircling the Castelli Romani, Villa Augusta is the ultimate setting for making your wedding day a true daydream. This magnificent and regal Art Nouveau residence, which lies between Ariccia and Albano Laziale, was built in the early twentieth century by Cosimi architects. It is surrounded by a breathtaking and well-kept park spanning seven thousand square meters, a must-see set for an exclusive and unique reception. In 1953 the Villa was chosen by Gregory Peck as his residence during the filming of the unforgettable movie "Roman Holiday," featuring him and the gorgeous Audrey Hepburn. In the picturesque terraced gardens in an archaeological area, guests can also marvel at the famous monument of the Horatii and Curiatii and the church of Santa Maria della Stella. Here, the bride and groom can vow eternal love by religious rite if they wish, whereas for the civil wedding, just 700 meters away lies Palazzo Chigi in Ariccia with its majestic halls. Alternatively, it is also possible to celebrate the civil ceremony in the beautiful park of the facility, a great solution to keep transportation for the bride and groom and their guests as short as possible. The magnificent indoor spaces boast magnificent Art Nouveau halls that can accommodate up to three hundred people, embellished with fine details and environments full of charm and sophistication, capable of providing a dreamlike setting that will leave everyone speechless. There is also a marquee that can accommodate up to two hundred people seated. For their most beautiful day, the bride and groom will be assisted with care and professionalism by a high-level staff that will ensure that every detail will be taken care of: from floral decorations to music, entertainment, and everything that the protagonists of this fairy tale wish to turn into reality. Finally, one should include the strategic location of this beautiful mansion of value. Villa Augusta is located on the outskirts of the Capital and only fifteen minutes from Rome Ciampino Airport.