Nothing says romance better than a romantic palace wedding. The truly unique setting and splendid historic ambiance of The Pucić Palace guarantee a wedding celebration that is as memorable as Dubrovnik, the city it calls home. An integral part of The Pucić Palace, the historic Chapel of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus is the ultimate place for your bespoke church wedding ceremony.

Weddings and Romantic Elopements in The Pucić Palace

The Pucić Palace is set in the very heart of Dubrovnik, one of the world’s most beautiful and most sought-after wedding locations.

With its history, written at every step as the tangible generations’ love of art and family tradition, Pucić Palace is a tale of romance, love, and dedication that has been carved in stone.

The Pucić Palace boasts a blend of modern luxury and authentic historic ambiance that will make your wedding stand apart in everything that matters. Versatile, all-in-one wedding venue, The Pucić Palace has all it takes to make your special day a most memorable event. Have your perfect church wedding ceremony in our historic and elegant Chapel of The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus. The hotel’s bespoke services and distinctively designed rooms, adorned with antiques and artworks, will leave you and your wedding party wanting for nothing. Our stylish panoramic rooftop terrace Restaurant Magdalena is just a place for your pre-wedding cocktails, wedding banquet, or reception.

Honeymooners seeking to bask in the afterglow of their special day will find The Pucić Palace an ideal haven to luxuriate in intimacy and style while being a short walk from Dubrovnik’s spectacular historic and cultural attractions, as well as stunning nature and beaches.


The Chapel of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus is the innermost spiritual heart of The Pucić Palace.

Like many historic patrician homes, The Pucić Palace has an integrated chapel that long served the spiritual and religious needs of the Pucić family. In 1763 thanks to Sabo Pucić and his wife, this Baroque chapel gained the special privilege of celebrating mass conducted by the Dubrovnik archbishop during the Feast of the Sacred Heart. In the light of the fact that this privilege was gained two years before the Feast of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus became an official Catholic date in Europe, the Palace’s Chapel testifies to the fact that Dubrovnik citizens were not merely following but anticipating spiritual trends.

Now lost, the Chapel’s original altarpiece was portraying Madonna and the city’s protector St Blaise looking at Jesus who is pointing at his burning heart. The present altarpiece, which was painted by Ivo Scatollini and consecrated in 1938, was commissioned by Baron Mayneri, owner of the Pucić Palace at the time and the husband of one of the Pucić family heiresses, Magdalena. Damaged during the 1990s Homeland War, both chapel and altarpiece have today been restored and open to the public.

Excelling in simple yet polished elegance, permeated with an elevated spiritual atmosphere, The Chapel of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus is a popular place for intimate weddings in Dubrovnik.

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