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Wedding in Prague

Royal Wedding has wide experience in planning the wedding ceremonies in Prague. We are able to arrange the ceremony in magical town halls or gorgeous palaces, luxury hotels or romantic gardens. We can also recommend the historical and charming ceremony halls of the city, for an unforgettable ceremony.


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Wedding Ceremony in Old Town Hall

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Old Town Hall was built in 1338 as the location of the first city government council. Nowadays it is one of the main symbols of Prague, recognizable worldwide.This unique Gothic style building with the astronomical clock in the ensemble of the Old Town Square at the historic part of Prague, will provide you with the happiest moments of joy at the day of your wedding ceremony.

Wedding Ceremony in Prague's Palace Garden


Creation of this magnificent palace garden is associated with the construction boom in 1720. Prague's palce garden is located in the historic part of Prague between Prague Castle and Malostranska, having a magnificent panorama to the historic center of Prague. The Garden was designed by Frantisek Maximilian Kanka, who reconstructed the palace, and then created the garden.

Wedding in Barokko Hall

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Between Charles Bridge and Old Town Square is a luxury Refektorium Baroque. Baroque - one of the most beautiful places in Prague for a wedding ceremony.

Wedding in Prague Palace Garden


Words are just not enough to express the grandeur and the perfection that you will find in the Palace Gardens in Prague. You’d be hard put to find anything as magnificent anywhere else in Europe. It’s not surprising then that they have been listed by UNESCO as places of historical heritage.

Wedding in Klementinum Hall in Prague


Klementinum Hall of Prague is located in the down town, next to the Old Town square. It is the second big architectural complex after the Orague Castle. It is currently in use as the National Library of the Czech Republic. In 2005 the Czech National Library received the UNESCO (Memory of the World).

Wedding in Pruhonice Castle in Prague


The contemporary shape of the Chateau at Průhonice is a result of numerous reconstructions of the small medieval Gothic castle. It is built on a rocky promontory above the stream Botič, close to the Romanesque manor in which only the Romanesque Chapel of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary is still-standing.

Wedding in Chateaus Troja

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Troy is one of the most beautiful Chateaus in Czech Republic, created in 17th century in Baroque style. The Chateau is located in part of Prague - Troja. The ceremony hall of the castle is provided by the large paintings on the theme of the Habsburg victory over the Turks at Vienna,

Wedding Ceremony in Prague's Municipal Palace


The Municipal Palace Obecni is well known among the most significant Art Nouveau buildings in Prague. It is located in the very centre of Prague in the neighbouring with the Powder Gate. The most significant Czech painters and sculptors of the time participated in the decoration of the Municipal House, such as Jan Preisler, Mikolas Ales, Max Svabinský, Alfons Mucha and others.

Wedding Ceremony in New Town Hall


The New Town Hall is located on the largest square in Prague, called Charles Square. The historic town hall dominated by its high 65.6-meter tower and considered as one of the most important buildings of the New Town, constructed in the times of Charles IV. Town Hall is the perfect place for large wedding ceremonies.

Wedding in Town Hall Nusle


This charming Rococo mansion is situated in the heart of Prague 4 Nusle, on a well-groomed green at the edge of an extensive park. The Town Hall Nusle was located where the mansion is located currently. The Town Hall was located in the middle of a settlement, mentioned for the first time as a property of the wealthy Rotlev family of the Old Town in 1363.