Palace

Martinic Palace – Courtyard | Prague

  • Info

    Brides and grooms can enjoy the beautiful garden courtyard featuring a fountain, large hall, including a chapel with biblical paintings, a number of meeting rooms with historical furniture and painted ceilings.

  • Capacity

    Capacity: Large hall (200 persons)

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    This palace forms a part of Prague Castle. The palace previously served as an institute, educating young noble ladies to become real aristocrats.

  • Capacity

    Capacity: Large hall (180 persons) / Chapel (40 persons)

Rozmbersky Palace | Prague

Pachta Palace | Prague

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    The l upscale Mamaison hotel boasting a total of fifty beautifully decorated rooms and suites is a cultural and architectural Prague landmark in itself while is also conveniently located close to Charles Bridge.

  • Capacity

    Capacity: Jirasek (60 persons) / Pachta (60 persons) / Garden (60 persons) / Bellevue (30 persons) / Mozart (30 persons)

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    The Palffy Palace Restaurant was set up in 1994 on the second floor of Palffy Palace. During the summer months, visitors are able to sit out on the beautiful terrace which boasts stunning views to Prague Castle, the Palffy Gardens and Small Fürstenberg Palace. Palffy Palace is one of the most famous Baroque palaces in Prague.

  • Capacity

    Capacity: Restaurant (45 persons) / Lounge (40 persons) / Terrace (50 persons) / Mirror Hall (100 persons)

Palffy Palace | Prague

Zofin Palace | Praha

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    The neo-Renaissance Zofin palace is one of the most important architectural treasures of the Czech Republic.

  • Capacity

    Capacity: Large Hall (800 persons) / Small Hall (192 persons) / Mayor’s Lounge (100 persons) / Knight´s Hall (110 persons)

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    The Baroque house built on the east side of Lesser Town Square, next to Malostranska Beseda, features on the UNESCO list. The singer, Ema Destin lived there from 1908 to 1914.

  • Capacity

    Capacity: Ema Destin Hall (130 persons) / Additional halls (20-30 persons)

Kaiserstensky Palace | Prague

The Museum of Applied Arts | Brno

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    A beautiful space in a monumental historical building which dates back to 1882. Located on the Brno ring road.

  • Capacity

    Capacity: Renaissance Hall (150 persons)

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    It is one of the most interesting Baroque complexes in Brno. Originally an Augustine monastery, it was rebuilt in the early 18th century by Moritz Grimm.

  • Capacity

    Capacity: Baroque Hall (150 persons)

Governor´s Palace | Brno

Malostransky Palace | Prague

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    The late Baroque palace boasts two halls – a refectory and conference room.

  • Capacity

    Capacity: Refectory (160 persons) / Conference Room (20 persons)