Picking the best venue for your wedding is a tough job. Should it be outdoors or indoors, in the city or in the countryside? Well, if you choose the latter one, then we can show you five of the best places, hand picked by Nlcafe.hu.
The wine region of Villány
Are you both lovers of splendid wines? Yes? Then this is the best choice for you! Villány has one of the most beautiful landscapes among the wine regions of Hungary, so don’t hesitate to book your venue here. We have three suggestions here: the Bock Hotel Ermitage, the Óbor restaurant, or, if you plan to have a big wedding, then you can rent a couple guest houses for your big day.
If you want to get away from the noise of the world and connect with nature, then Noszvaj is just for you. The Nomád Hotel in Noszvaj offers a very simplistic, yet classy and nice venue for weddings and events. They have a huge yard with a garden for outdoor weddings, as well as indoors event rooms in case of bad weather conditions.
It is often said that the Káli Basin is the Hungarian Provence, as its landscape is as beautiful as the French region’s. There is one place here suitable for a reception: the Káli Art Inn. It is in the Káli Basin reservation, so it’s close to nature, it is also very elegant and tasteful, plus they have cosy rooms.
If you want to get married in a church, then the Benedictine Abbey of Pannonhalma is a perfect choice. It is guaranteed that your wedding will be special, thanks to the unique harmony of the different styles found in the church. The crypt and the cloister were built in Roman and Gothic style, while some parts of the abbey in Baroque and Classicist. Since the wines are splendid here, it is a great place for your reception as well.
If you want to have a wedding in true Hungarian style, then we suggest having it in a jerry, where the countryside traditions will make it unforgettable. The Tuba Tanya at the border of the Hortobágy Plain is a good choice, especially if you want an outdoor venue. You can hide from the sun and admire the beauty of the Plain underneath the shades of the acacia trees.