Pulsnitz attracts for your wedding with several charms. Of course, many know it as the Saxon gingerbread town. This old craft tradition dates back to as early as 1558 and is still cultivated all year round. The idyllic location in a depression of the Westlausitzer Bergland on the river of the same name also attracts nature lovers here.
For those who want it in style, the Pulsnitz registry office offers the baroque Oberlichtenau Castle as a wedding venue. In this romantic country castle, the baroque banquet hall offers a festive flair for a special day. The hall, completed by master builder Knöfel around 1730, offers 70 to a maximum of 90 seats.
The surrounding baroque palace garden is a wonderful backdrop for souvenir photos and invites you to linger. The park is also a fantastic backdrop for land art fairs and other events.
The banquet rooms located in the house can accommodate up to 100 guests. Receptions, wedding banquets with dancing and other parties can be celebrated here in a historical ambience.
Rental period is freely negotiable