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The Austrians are apparently going to a wedding à la Prince Harry and Meghan Markle: According to an analysis of a wedding portal, a third of domestic couples want to get married in a castle.

The Austrians are apparently going to a wedding à la Prince Harry and Meghan Markle: According to an analysis of a wedding portal, a third of domestic couples want to get married in a castle.

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The Austrians are apparently going to a wedding à la

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle:

According to an analysis of a wedding portal, a third of domestic couples want one

Marry Castle.

Over 200 locks to choose from

Castles are among the most popular wedding locations in Austria, like the wedding portal

“www.hochzeits-location.info”

notifies. And the choice is huge: Bridal couples in Austria can choose from more than 200 different castles. “A third of the calls went to palaces and castles. The same is true for appointment requests. Here, too, every third request goes to a castle,” says Bernhard Fichtenbauer, operator and founder of the wedding portal. On the website, however, only every tenth location is a castle.

survey

Where would you most like to get married?

  • on a winery 32.7%
  • on the beach 18.48%
  • In a castle 18.48%
  • Quite unspectacular in the garden 13.74%
  • Other 8.53%
  • rustic on the alpine pasture, in the barn or in the inn 8.06%

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Costs and appointment reservation

Due to the rush, wedding couples would have to start looking for a castle location in good time. Usually 18 to 24 months before the desired date. “It is simply the flair of the beautiful castle gardens, the seclusion, a festive driveway for the white carriage and much more that makes the castles so popular with married couples,” says Fichtenbauer. If you are worried about the costs now, you can breathe a sigh of relief: According to the expert, getting married in a castle is not really more expensive than at other locations. On average, you can expect 120 to 180 euros per wedding guest for rent and catering.

5 tips from the professional

Wedding expert Fichtenbauer gives the bride and groom 5 more important tips for a perfect castle wedding:

  • Reserve early: ideally one and a half to two years in advance.
  • Visit everything in advance to find the most beautiful place for a cocktail reception, wedding photos, etc.
  • Be well prepared: locks are often a little away from the hustle and bustle and, due to their size, cannot be walked through in two steps. Prepare yourself for possible eventualities, such as a torn dress or a broken heel, in order to make the big day unforgettable for you and your guests.
  • Barrier-free: Not every lock is built barrier-free. If necessary, inquire about possible drive-up aids or side entrances.
  • Wedding photos: Make sure to use the special flair of the castle for extraordinary photos. Attention: The new General Data Protection Regulation requires the consent of the guests.

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The 10 most clicked wedding locks

The ten most clicked wedding castles in Austria include *:

• Eckartsau Castle (Eckartsau / Lower Austria) • Ernegg Castle (Steinakirchen am Forst / Lower Austria) • Friedberg Castle (Volders / Tyrol) • Laudon Castle (Vienna-Penzing / Vienna) • Leopoldskron Castle (City of Salzburg / Salzburg) • Miralago Castle Villa (Pörtschach am Wörthersee / Carinthia) • Prielau Castle (Zell am See / Salzburg) • Walpersdorf Castle (Walpersdorf / Lower Austria) • Welsdorf Castle (Fürstenfeld / Styria) • Toscana Congress Gmunden (Gmunden / Upper Austria)

*In alphabetic order. Evaluation based on the profile views on Hochzeits-location.info over the last twelve months.

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The Austrians are apparently going to a wedding à la

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle:

According to an analysis of a wedding portal, a third of domestic couples want one

Marry Castle.

Over 200 locks to choose from

Castles are among the most popular wedding locations in Austria, like the wedding portal

“www.hochzeits-location.info”

notifies. And the choice is huge: Bridal couples in Austria can choose from more than 200 different castles. “A third of the calls went to palaces and castles. The same is true for appointment requests. Here, too, every third request goes to a castle,” says Bernhard Fichtenbauer, operator and founder of the wedding portal. On the website, however, only every tenth location is a castle.

survey

Where would you most like to get married?

  • on a winery 32.7%
  • on the beach 18.48%
  • In a castle 18.48%
  • Quite unspectacular in the garden 13.74%
  • Other 8.53%
  • rustic on the alpine pasture, in the barn or in the inn 8.06%

Vote differently

Costs and appointment reservation

Due to the rush, wedding couples would have to start looking for a castle location in good time. Usually 18 to 24 months before the desired date. “It is simply the flair of the beautiful castle gardens, the seclusion, a festive driveway for the white carriage and much more that makes the castles so popular with married couples,” says Fichtenbauer. If you are worried about the costs now, you can breathe a sigh of relief: According to the expert, getting married in a castle is not really more expensive than at other locations. On average, you can expect 120 to 180 euros per wedding guest for rent and catering.

5 tips from the professional

Wedding expert Fichtenbauer gives the bride and groom 5 more important tips for a perfect castle wedding:

  • Reserve early: ideally one and a half to two years in advance.
  • Visit everything in advance to find the most beautiful place for a cocktail reception, wedding photos, etc.
  • Be well prepared: locks are often a little away from the hustle and bustle and, due to their size, cannot be walked through in two steps. Prepare yourself for possible eventualities, such as a torn dress or a broken heel, in order to make the big day unforgettable for you and your guests.
  • Barrier-free: Not every lock is built barrier-free. If necessary, inquire about possible drive-up aids or side entrances.
  • Wedding photos: Make sure to use the special flair of the castle for extraordinary photos. Attention: The new General Data Protection Regulation requires the consent of the guests.

The 10 most clicked wedding locks

The ten most clicked wedding castles in Austria include *:

• Eckartsau Castle (Eckartsau / Lower Austria) • Ernegg Castle (Steinakirchen am Forst / Lower Austria) • Friedberg Castle (Volders / Tyrol) • Laudon Castle (Vienna-Penzing / Vienna) • Leopoldskron Castle (City of Salzburg / Salzburg) • Miralago Castle Villa (Pörtschach am Wörthersee / Carinthia) • Prielau Castle (Zell am See / Salzburg) • Walpersdorf Castle (Walpersdorf / Lower Austria) • Welsdorf Castle (Fürstenfeld / Styria) • Toscana Congress Gmunden (Gmunden / Upper Austria)

*In alphabetic order. Evaluation based on the profile views on Hochzeits-location.info over the last twelve months.

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The Austrians are apparently going to a wedding à la

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle:

According to an analysis of a wedding portal, a third of domestic couples want one

Marry Castle.

Over 200 locks to choose from

Castles are among the most popular wedding locations in Austria, like the wedding portal

“www.hochzeits-location.info”

notifies. And the choice is huge: Bridal couples in Austria can choose from more than 200 different castles. “A third of the calls went to palaces and castles. The same is true for appointment requests. Here, too, every third request goes to a castle,” says Bernhard Fichtenbauer, operator and founder of the wedding portal. On the website, however, only every tenth location is a castle.

survey

Where would you most like to get married?

  • on a winery 32.7%
  • on the beach 18.48%
  • In a castle 18.48%
  • Quite unspectacular in the garden 13.74%
  • Other 8.53%
  • rustic on the alpine pasture, in the barn or in the inn 8.06%

Vote differently

Costs and appointment reservation

Due to the rush, wedding couples would have to start looking for a castle location in good time. Usually 18 to 24 months before the desired date. “It is simply the flair of the beautiful castle gardens, the seclusion, a festive driveway for the white carriage and much more that makes the castles so popular with married couples,” says Fichtenbauer. If you are worried about the costs now, you can breathe a sigh of relief: According to the expert, getting married in a castle is not really more expensive than at other locations. On average, you can expect 120 to 180 euros per wedding guest for rent and catering.

5 tips from the professional

Wedding expert Fichtenbauer gives the bride and groom 5 more important tips for a perfect castle wedding:

  • Reserve early: ideally one and a half to two years in advance.
  • Visit everything in advance to find the most beautiful place for a cocktail reception, wedding photos, etc.
  • Be well prepared: locks are often a little away from the hustle and bustle and, due to their size, cannot be walked through in two steps. Prepare yourself for possible eventualities, such as a torn dress or a broken heel, in order to make the big day unforgettable for you and your guests.
  • Barrier-free: Not every lock is built barrier-free. If necessary, inquire about possible drive-up aids or side entrances.
  • Wedding photos: Make sure to use the special flair of the castle for extraordinary photos. Attention: The new General Data Protection Regulation requires the consent of the guests.

The 10 most clicked wedding locks

The ten most clicked wedding castles in Austria include *:

• Eckartsau Castle (Eckartsau / Lower Austria) • Ernegg Castle (Steinakirchen am Forst / Lower Austria) • Friedberg Castle (Volders / Tyrol) • Laudon Castle (Vienna-Penzing / Vienna) • Leopoldskron Castle (City of Salzburg / Salzburg) • Miralago Castle Villa (Pörtschach am Wörthersee / Carinthia) • Prielau Castle (Zell am See / Salzburg) • Walpersdorf Castle (Walpersdorf / Lower Austria) • Welsdorf Castle (Fürstenfeld / Styria) • Toscana Congress Gmunden (Gmunden / Upper Austria)

*In alphabetic order. Evaluation based on the profile views on Hochzeits-location.info over the last twelve months.

Read news for free for 1 month now! * * The test ends automatically.

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The Austrians are apparently going to a wedding à la

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle:

According to an analysis of a wedding portal, a third of domestic couples want one

Marry Castle.

Over 200 locks to choose from

Castles are among the most popular wedding locations in Austria, like the wedding portal

“www.hochzeits-location.info”

notifies. And the choice is huge: Bridal couples in Austria can choose from more than 200 different castles. “A third of the calls went to palaces and castles. The same is true for appointment requests. Here, too, every third request goes to a castle,” says Bernhard Fichtenbauer, operator and founder of the wedding portal. On the website, however, only every tenth location is a castle.

survey

Where would you most like to get married?

  • on a winery 32.7%
  • on the beach 18.48%
  • In a castle 18.48%
  • Quite unspectacular in the garden 13.74%
  • Other 8.53%
  • rustic on the alpine pasture, in the barn or in the inn 8.06%

Vote differently

Costs and appointment reservation

Due to the rush, wedding couples would have to start looking for a castle location in good time. Usually 18 to 24 months before the desired date. “It is simply the flair of the beautiful castle gardens, the seclusion, a festive driveway for the white carriage and much more that makes the castles so popular with married couples,” says Fichtenbauer. If you are worried about the costs now, you can breathe a sigh of relief: According to the expert, getting married in a castle is not really more expensive than at other locations. On average, you can expect 120 to 180 euros per wedding guest for rent and catering.

5 tips from the professional

Wedding expert Fichtenbauer gives the bride and groom 5 more important tips for a perfect castle wedding:

  • Reserve early: ideally one and a half to two years in advance.
  • Visit everything in advance to find the most beautiful place for a cocktail reception, wedding photos, etc.
  • Be well prepared: locks are often a little away from the hustle and bustle and, due to their size, cannot be walked through in two steps. Prepare yourself for possible eventualities, such as a torn dress or a broken heel, in order to make the big day unforgettable for you and your guests.
  • Barrier-free: Not every lock is built barrier-free. If necessary, inquire about possible drive-up aids or side entrances.
  • Wedding photos: Make sure to use the special flair of the castle for extraordinary photos.