0 Athens

  • Greece
  • by Wedding Worldwide
  • 2016/09/26

Weddings in Athens venues lead you in an amazing city where greek cultural treasures rest among modern political, cultural, and financial mainstays.  4.5 million people visit the city yearly and it is home of some of Greece’s most iconic neoclassical monuments. The Acropolis, Athen’s most-visited ruin, what must be seen because of its rich history and dramatic views of the sea nearby. Weddings in Athens gives you the possibility to access to interesting neighborhoods with bustling markets, fine cafes, and great shopping.



The best place for your wedding in Greece is Athens. There are hidden chapels around Athens that are available for Eastern Orthodox exclusive weddings. Please note that those historic, amazing chapels have to be booked at least a year in advance in order to be able to celebrate your wedding on the date and time you wish.

In Athens Catholic weddings can be held in a church at the north suburbs, Jewish weddings in the historic center of Athens, and Hindu weddings can be organised in various locations around  Athens. Symbolic weddings can be held everywhere.

Athens  has several special wedding reception venues. Weddings can be held in luxury hotels, estates, romantic restaurants upscale restaurants by the sea water, or overlooking Acropolis. There are other alternatives as well for celebrating a wedding in Athens. Couples can choose from a  villa wedding reception, or a luxury garden wedding, a luxury yacht wedding or traditional boat.

Those couples who would like to keep the tradition, beautiful tavernas are scattered around Athens or more specifically under the shade of Acropolis in the area of Plaka with variety of traditional greek wedding food and mezedes.

Marriage Requirements

Notice of your wedding in Greece must be published in one local newspaper eight days prior to your ceremony. Passport or other travelling document, along with birth certificate copies, single status forms, and marriage license applications are required. Divorce and death decrees are also required if applicable. Check with your Certified Destination Wedding Specialist for additional details.