It would be hard to imagine a more beautiful natural setting for your wedding.
A mountain range straddling the border between the state of Saxony in southeastern Germany and the North Bohemian region of the Czech Republic. Also referred to as Saxon Switzerland and Bohemian Switzerland in both German and Czech.
The mountain range has been declared a national park. The sandstone which was carved by erosion looks amazing with the river Elbe which breaks through the mountains flowing northward in a steep and narrow valley.
The term ‘Saxon Switzerland’ purportedly refers to Swiss artists who painted the local landscapes during the 18th century. Many painters followed in their footsteps to find inspiration for paintings and watercolours of the surrounding rock-faces. The most famous among them was Caspar David Friedrich.