Tyrol is such a beautiful region, so it’s no wonder that couples from around the world dream of getting married here. Tyrol has high mountain peaks, pine forests, amazing skiing, mountain lakes, rustic wooden chalets and rolling alpine pastures. To get legally married in Austria, you’ll need to have a civil wedding ceremony, conducted by the local Standesamt (registery office) at an approved location. If you’re dreaming of saying “I Do” in the mountains, here are some of the most stunning civil ceremony locations in Tyrol Austria that draw in the rustic charm of the alps and the stunning scenery:
Hall In Tirol Standesamt
The oldest standesamt in the region, Hall in Tirol feels like a medieval hall with it’s dark wooden beams and coats of arms.
This rustic old farmhouse now museum at the end of the Zillertal valley is the perfect location for an intimate ceremony with oodles of rustic alpine charm.
A short cable car ride to the top of the Ahorn mountain in Mayrhofen and you’ll find the Freiraum with floor to ceiling glass windows giving you a breathtaking view of the valley and the mountains.
*EDIT – The Freiraum is currently not taking bookings for future weddings*
The Seminaralm in Hochbrixen is a beautiful location up on the mountain for both summer and winter weddings, with its rustic wooden chalet feel.
The highest registery office in the whole of Austria, Cafe 3440 sits on top of the mighty Pitztal Glacier and is the perfect location for couples looking for a real alpine experience, surrounded by high mountain peaks and views that are truly breathtaking.
For that authentic ski resort feel, nothing beats the Hohe Mut Alm in Obergurgl. Arrive by cable car or by ski, this mountain hut is a stunning winter or summer wedding location.
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