Czech Republic Weddings
If your nature is truly romantic, why not arrange to have your wedding in one of the countless fairy-tale castles or palaces of the Czech Republic? A more romantic setting can hardly be imagined! Another choice would be a ceremony in the medieval town hall of one of the historic royal towns of Bohemia.
Among the most romantic and hence the most popular locations for plighting one’s troth are the castles of Hluboká nad Vltavou, Český Krumlov, Loket, Červená Lhota or Jindřichův Hradec. And yet the list of places available for a wedding is much more extensive:A wedding of medieval fantasy at Karlštejn Castle
The matchless Gothic interior of Karlštejn Castle gives special power to the atmosphere of the special ceremony, which is invariably capped with a unique feature a wedding toast with wine from the castle vineyards, once the pride of medieval sovereign Charles IV, King of Bohemia and Holy Roman Emperor.
Wedding at Dobříš ChateauWedding at the chateau in Valtice
Pledge your assent in the sublime Hall of Mirrors of the Rococo chateau in Dobříš! Underscoring the most unforgettable day of your lives is a stroll in the uniquely designed Rococo French garden, known as the “Czech Schönbrunn” for its resemblance to the imperial residence in Vienna. An unforgettable wedding night is promised in the charming newlyweds’ suite in the chateau itself.
The hotel occupying the lovely Baroque chateau of Valtice offers the promise of the most romantic night of your life. With the morning light, you can awake to an unforgettable view of the exquisite gardens of the chateau park.
Tips for the visitor:Wedding in Kutná Hora
From April until late October, the nearby chateau of Lednice organises romantic boat trips along the meanders of the river Dyje.
A wedding fit for a fairy-tale can be arranged in the Royal Audience Hall of the Italian Court in Kutná Hora giving your marriage-day such an aura of magic that you will hardly believe it real.
Tips for the visitorUseful Information
An authentic medieval wedding feast in the renowned Kutná Hora restaurant Pivnice Dačického will put the finishing touches to one of the most beautiful days of your life.
For holding a wedding in the Czech Republic, foreign citizens are required by law to have:
Tips for the visitor:
- A valid passport
- An official birth certificate
- An attestation of the legal right of both parties to conclude the wedding, which must contain their names and surnames, dates and places of birth, permanent address, citizenship and current marital state. Divorced persons must also supply a divorce certificate, while widowed persons must include the death certificate of the deceased partner.
- Confirmation of legal presence in the Czech Republic, issued by the Czech Immigration Police (no older than 7 working days)
If you are planning a wedding in the Czech Republic, make sure to arrange your ceremony well in advance. For the most popular locations, the waiting list can be up to several months long!
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