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Getting married in Heidelberg

Splendid locations

Historic wedding room in the city hall

The lovingly furnished historic wedding room is located in the baroque Heidelberg city hall, which was built in 1701. The majestic door to the anteroom of the wedding room, furnished in the original Biedermeier style, is only a small facet of the lavishly designed wedding rooms of the town hall. Art Deco, Art Nouveau, Historicism, and Neoclassicism are the harmoniously linked styles that the bride and groom can expect in the Heidelberg wedding room. With its domed ceiling, which is supported by eight red marble columns, it is almost reminiscent of a temple.

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City Hall Heidelberg

Hall of Mirrors at Palais Prinz Carl

The former Grand Hotel zu Heidelberg already has the character of a place for special festivities in a stylish ambience. Its magnificent hall of mirrors is made for unforgettable moments, as can be seen in the many illustrious personalities who have come and gone in Prince Carl to this day: Kaiser Wilhelm I, Chancellor Otto von Bismarck, Empress Elisabeth of Austria known as "Sissi", Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Mark Twain, Jules Verne or the American President Cleveland.

Located at the beautiful Kornmarkt in the middle of the old town, your wedding ceremony will be an unforgettable experience for you and your guests with a view over the Madonna and up to the ruins of Heidelberg Castle.

Palais Prinz Carl at Kornmarkt

For further information and all dates, please visit the website of the City of Heidelberg's registry office at: www.heidelberg.de/standesamt.

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