Weddings in Salzburg
Salzburg is a magical setting for a romantic wedding or honeymoon
The white horse-drawn carriages not only wind through the city in the merry month of May – weddings are held in Salzburg throughout the year. Whether the sun is gently shining, the chestnut trees are wearing their autumn colors or the Old City is cloaked in white – Salzburg is an inspiring setting in any season.
The most beautiful wedding hall in Europe
In Salzburg you will not have to leave anything to chance to turn your dream into reality. A number of professional wedding planners are available to help you plan your wedding down to the last detail. From the bride's garter, make-up and wedding gown to the floral arrangement, accommodations, catering, wedding carriage, reception, photographer and hairdresser, everything will be taken care of so you can relax and enjoy your special day.
Honeymoons in Salzburg
A number of hotels have luxurious packages for newlyweds featuring such options as a champagne breakfast or a horse-drawn carriage ride.
"Sound of Music Weddings" – getting married against a magically beautiful (movie) backdrop
More than half a billion people worldwide have seen the most famous movie musical of all time, "The Sound of Music". And every year, around 300,000 fans come to Salzburg in order to visit some of the original shooting locations. And now, you can even "tie the knot" at five of those places.
- Schloss Mirabell is home to the most beautiful wedding hall in Central Europe, the Marble Hall. World-famous Mirabell Gardens, with the Pegasus Fountain – which movie buffs also know as the 'Do-Re-Mi Fountain' – provides the magical setting.
- Schloss Leopoldskron and its pond were used to represent the back of the Villa Trapp. The Venetian Room, with its golden panels and mirrors, provided inspiration for the ballroom in the film, serving today as a venue for weddings as well as receptions.
- The white gazebo was a place for lovers even in the movie: It was here that Rolf and Liesl sang "Sixteen going on Seventeen" together, and Baron von Trapp and Maria kissed for the very first time to the lyrics of "Something good". Today, that very gazebo stands in the palace grounds of Hellbrunn: It offers couples plenty of space just for one another, with an added dose of romance.
- Villa Trapp is another special place to say "I do!", in which the actual Trapp family used to live. Wedding ceremonies are held in the same rooms where Maria and the children used to reside.
- Moviegoers know the Untersberg because it provided the backdrop and mountain panoramas used in the opening scenes. Lovers can either exchange rings on the sunny terrace next to the lift station, or at the summit cross, 1,853 meters above sea level.