Wedding trip to Prague
Old Prague continues to surprise many travelers, as it has done for many centuries…
And at the same time attract newlyweds from all over Europe, wedding photos on the Charles bridge or at the old town hall, against the background of the famous astronomical clock of the Renaissance – a kind of “certificates” of excellent taste of the newlyweds.
They are also excellent evidence that the honeymoon was spent in a romantic setting created by the narrow streets, Gothic palaces, shady gardens and parks of the Czech capital.
Once they feel a special, mysterious aroma of love, as if dissolved in the atmosphere of the old city, the couple will remember it all their lives.
In Prague, Russian citizens can either simply hold a wedding ceremony by registering a brag in their home country in any registry Office, or completely officially perform the marriage, because the marriage certificate legalized in the Czech foreign Ministry, which you will receive after marriage, is recognized in all countries of the world, including in Russia.
In the background there are two old towers in the Church of the virgin Mary in front of the Tyn on the old town square
During the wedding trip to Prague, the newlyweds should definitely see the two old towers in the Church of the virgin Mary in front of the Tyn on the old town square. According to legend, one of them, the one that is slightly wider, symbolizes Adam, the other-eve. When the summer sun over Prague is at its Zenith, it seems that Adam is sheltering eve from the heat…
Wedding trip to Prague
Tour operators are ready to organize a wedding in an old castle, for example, in Konopiste, the former Prague residence of the Austro-Hungarian emperors. Or in the Baroque Chateau-an aristocratic estate 40 kilometers from Prague. The ceremony usually takes place in the marble hall, which offers a magnificent view of the surrounding expanses, and the house of Czech nobles is striking with its magnificent architecture and refined luxury interiors.
Wedding trip to Prague (Czech Republic)
Tour operators can also arrange a wedding in Prague. The honeymooners religion does not matter – the wedding can take place in the Orthodox rite (in Prague there are many Orthodox churches), and Catholic.