Destination Wedding- location ideas?

posted 4 months ago in Destination Weddings
Post # 19
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Honey bee

newbee2019 :  I think it’s fine for all age groups, although seniors may not want to do the hiking. I was there in August and I imagine it’s pretty busy all through summer. I want to go back!

Post # 20
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2019

I haven’t been married in Prague, but when I lived there you could see at least 5 wedding parties on the Charles Bridge at any given time of day so it’s a very popular location.

Although most Czech’s are mostly agnostic or athiest themselves, there are so many beautiful Catholic churches. I believe you can get married in St. Vitus, which is over 1000 years old and a beautiful example of Baroque architecture.  I don’t know if the the Klementinum holds Catholic ceremonies, but the library would be an incredible spot to get married. 

Prague is a very affordable city, but it’s becoming a very trendy tourist spot so things in the city center (Old Town) are often overpriced (still cheaper than many places in Europe). So I recommend shopping around, you can get a full meal for less than $10 and a lovely hotel room for $30 if you go just a few tram stops outside of Old Town.

Post # 21
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2019

newbee2019 :  Canada is such a large country, as long as you don’t have your wedding in the same city as your fiance’s cousin, I doubt anyone would mind.

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