St. Ludmila church


• wedding ceremonies lasts around 30 min without holy mass or around 60 min with holy mass

• ceremonies are in English

• at least one of you must be baptised Roman-catholic

• available dates – any day, latest at 5.00 p.m.

• capacity of approx. 100 people


The Catholic church of St. Ludmila is one of the most beautiful catholic churches in Prague, located in the Vinohrady section, close to the Wenceslas’ square. It was built in Gothic revival style with a rich history and deep reverence by local residents. The structure itself is dominating in the Prague skyline, seen from the castle or nearly anywhere else with an elevated position around the city. This church is exclusive and well sought after by locals and internationals for mass and wedding ceremonies alike.

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Virtual tour from St. Ludmila Church

Konopiste castle


• type of ceremony – civil, church (catholic and protestant)

• available dates – anytime between April – October

• ceremony time – 10.00 a.m. – 4.00 p.m.

• civil ceremonies take place at the ceremony hall, church ceremonies at  beautiful castle chapel

• rose garden is perfect place for cocktail or welcome drink after the ceremony

• capacity of the hall is  approx. 50 people

• length of the ceremony is around 25 min, however garden is at disposal for 90 min to take pictures or arrange small apero after the ceremony

• civil ceremony is in Czech, translated into English (or any other language), church or symbolic ceremony in any language


The Konopiste castle is located 44 km south-east of Prague (60 min driving). Castle was originally founded as a gothic fortress guarding a nearby town of Benesov. Being founded at the end of the 13th century by Tobias of Benesov, it was built at the beginning of the 14th century, following the model of french castles called “castels”.

The first touch to a medieval structure of the castle was made in the 15th century by Jiri (George) of Sternberk and was followed by Hodejovsky family in the 17th century, who converted the castle into a renaissance mansion. However, the most significant alteration took place in the 18th when members of the Vrtba family rebuilt the castle into a baroque residence.

The utterly most important and famous owner of the Konopiste Castle was the archduke Fratisek (Franz) Ferdinand d’Este, a successor to the Austro-Hungarian throne whose assassination in Sarajevo in 1914 became a pretext of the the World War I. This man bought the Konopiste domain in 1887 from the Lobkowitzs family and converted it into a magnificent seat of a Heir.

The Chambers were richly decorated with the collections inherited from the Modena’s archdukes of d’Este and numerous hunting trophies hanging on the walls as silent witnesses of Franz Ferdinand´s hunting passion.




Discover the unique magic of a place, where past and present, history and future, nature and culture are bound together in an unique mix. Chateau Trebesice is a small renaissance country chateau with its own homw farm, a wonderful complex of landmark buildings from various ages, on extensive grounds rich of water features and gorgeous gardens, just 90 min driving from Prague.

You may explore the beauties of bohemian countryside in the comfort of a very special private home, surrounded by historical buildings, contemporary art and bounty of flowers.

You can enjoy uniqiue experience of staying in a renaissance chateau. Trebesice is not a hotel, but a private house lived in by its owners and opened to demanding guests. You will discover a rich, vibrant mix of historic, authentic atmosphere and contemporary art works which no photo can convey, stroll and relax in our english country style gardens.

Just four, very special suites are available, each unique, with its own different views, site specific artworks and feeling. You may pick up the one which suits your taste or try them all, one by one.

Every space is flooded by sunlight coming from every side and reflections from the water in the moat surrounding the castle on three sides.

Wedding ceremony 

Ceremony can be arranged basically anywhere at the chateau.

Wedding reception

The three main common spaces of the chateau (The main hall, the breakfast room and the library) are large enough to cater for large event, preserving at the same time a very intimate, domestic scale and lots of cozy corners.

The main building dates back to XVI centur, with 3 wings and 2 towers, and it is surrounded by a water moat.

Plan of the owners are more ambitious – they imagine a large series of different gardens, taking up step by step all the outdoor spaces between tge various buildings, each garden with itw own feeling and atmosphere. Main models and inspirations are the wonderful gardens of England, created through the XX century around old country houses and manors with endless fantasy and invention and the „potagers“ or ornamental kitchen gardens of France, where vegetables are grown for their beauty too, mixed with flowers.

Starting from 2003 czech and international artists have been invited to stay at Trebesice, in individua lor group residences, for a few weeks or some months, to create artworks and site specific installations. The owners believe contemporary art os the best way to bring back new life and new sense to old buildings which have been made empty by recent history and aimless by the changes in agricultural technologies.

Chateau Loucen


The Loučeň Chateau, where you can get from Prague by taking the highway in the direction to Mlada Boleslav (around hour driving), presents an ideal place to go if you are looking for romantic wedding, learn something new, see something romantic and have fun.

Explore the romantic Loučeň Chateau with its 11 labyrinths and mazes located in the large park of the chateau! You will be guided through the chateau by the duchess or her valet in costumes.

Wedding ceremony

Chateau Loucen offers a variety of wedding ceremonies – in the barroque church, where dukes used to get married, outside in the garden or at the chateau rooms.

Wedding reception

You can choose from these options

– half of the lower floor with the main terrace. There are totally 5 rooms, the main one ends at the terrace weith lovely view. Maximum capacity is 60 people at Theresie hall, but should you connect all rooms, up to 140 people can be accommodated.

– chateau orangerie, which is located close to the chateau terrace. Big hall with glass wall and wooden floor is perfect for bigger wedding receptions for up to 100 people.

– restaurant of the chateau hotel Maxmilian with the capacity up to 45 people. The maximum stay is 3 hours (untill 5.00 p.m.)

– chateau dining room at the 1st floor at the chateau. Capacity is 16 people only and reception can be there organised only at days when there are no chateau tours organised.


The Maxmilian Chateau Hotel offers both the magic of history and the charm of modernity. For those who indulge in nostalgia for the past there are rooms in the historic wing – situated in the former Estate Office dating back to in 1834, those with a taste for the modern will prefer a room in the extension that opened in 2007. It goes without saying that both wings provide guests with twenty-first century comforts. Nowadays hotel offers also congress hall, restaurant, swimming pool and sauna.

Total capacity at chateau Loucen is 126 beds.



• wedding receptions for up to 250 people

• open bar available (unlimited consumption of house wine, beer and soft drinks)

• type of cuisine: upon wish (catering)

• rental fee is required – around 180.000 for half day (approx. 5.620 GBP / 7.500 EUR / 8.180 USD) per hour + 21% VAT

This fine neo-Renaissance building was constructed between 1876 and 1884 to the designs of Josef Schulz and Josef Zitek. Originally intended as a concert hall and art gallery, this building was used during the interwar years as the seat of the Czech Parliament.

Today, following restoration, building once again fulfils its original purpose, being widely acknowledged as Prague’s premier concert hall. Concerts are held in the Dvorak Hall as part of the Prague Spring Music Festival, while the venue is also the official home of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra (who frequently perform works by the likes of Dvorak and Smetana).

This neo-renaissance building offers its prestigious space as an exclusive venue for events such as wedding receptions, gala dinners, buffets, and cocktails.

Smetana hotel


• wedding receptions for up to 60 people in the restaurant

• terrace and courtyard available

• Ttpe of cuisine: international, czech

• for exclusivity minimum consumption required

• lodging for the newlyweds and their guests


Smetana hotel is the closest hotel to Charles Bridge with romantic  views of Prague Castle. It offers excellent personal service and historical accommodation in the heart of the city. The former residence of Earl Karel Pachta, and once Mozart’s home in the city, Smetana hotel boasts stunning features including frescos, vaulted chapel ceilings and sculptures.

Weddings at Smetana hotel are magical during any season of the year. The hotel with its 50 spacious, elegant and individually-designed suites, 2 wonderful courtyards and with its unique location and romantic atmosphere  is perfect for your wedding.

Wedding reception can be organised outside on the 2nd courtyard (up to 50 people), terrace, at the restaurant (up to 60 people).



Recording your wedding day with a professionally taken video or digital recording is a brilliant addition to your archive of heart-warming memories…A video is a great chance to take your unique wedding back to family and friends.

We work with the best cameramen on the market, their coverage can include the final touches of your preparation, departure in amazing vintage car from your hotel, the highlights of your wedding ceremony, afterwards a few shots from the toast to your future happiness, videographer would also take a few scenes while having photos taken at the Charles bridge or Prague castle, and finally will memorize your stunning reception.

Troja chateau

Concept: Elegance * Romance * Simplicity

Colours: White * Off-white * Cream * Light pink *  Peach * Light green* Shades of purple * Deep purple shades for evening party

Flowers by Inspirito

Photos by Tomas Dittrich

Ledeburska garden


• type of ceremony – civil, church (protestant), symbolic

• available dates – anytime between April – October

• ceremony time – 10.00 a.m. – 4.30 p.m.

• ceremonies take place at romantic salla terena, which has been covered and protects from rain

• capacity is around 200 people, approx. 200 seats

• length of the ceremony is around 25 min, however garden is at disposal for 60 min to take pictures or arrange small apero after the ceremony

• civil ceremony is in Czech, translated into English (or any other language), church or symbolic ceremony in any language


This garden, a unique architectonic gem, is accessible from Karmelitska street at Lesser Town in Prague. Gardens, along with three other baroque gardens is one of the most important baroque garden of Prague.

As part of the Vrtbov Palace, the garden makes for a pleasant spot in which to take a stroll during a tour of Mala Strana. Laid out to the design of Frantisek Maximilian in the early 18th century, garden’s courtyard features a number of fine statues by Matthias Braun, opening out with a Sala Terrena featuring mythological scenes by the renowned Czech Baroque artist V. V. Reiner.

This marvellous garden with an unforgettable view from the top levels offers great possibilities for the summer weddings for up to 1.000 people. Wedding parties or post-ceremony cocktails are also available in the garden.