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Bahrain Overview

The green oasis of Bahrain is a country of contrasts. Eastern and western cultures blend as high rise buildings vie for space with traditional dwellings. It gives a truly authentic middle eastern experience yet along side the historic forts, ancient burial mounds and temples you will find plush beach resorts and stylish restaurants. The capital Manama, located at the north-eastern tip of Bahrain Island, is a modern city but still has a vibrant souk, enormous mosque and fascinating museums to explore.

Key Facts for Bahrain

Currency: Bahraini dinar

Capital: Manama

Language: Bahraini

Flight time: 6 hours from London

When to Honeymoon in Bahrain

The best time to visit Bahrain is between November and February, when temperatures are cooler.

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Getting Married in Bahrain

Bahrain is actually an archipelago of around 40 islands and is one of the most exciting, cultural and historical countries in the Middle East. Also known as one of the most modern countries in the Middle East, Bahrain has a number of lovely resorts and hotels, all of which are help able to cater for your wedding abroad.  Your wedding abroad in Bahrain will be exciting and the staff at your chosen venue will do everything to ensure that your wedding day runs smoothly.  Getting married in Bahrain will not only leave you with some wonderful memories, but there is plenty to do before and after your wedding.  With plenty of activities such as visiting a museum, experiencing the night life or shopping at one of the many malls, you can complete your marriage by staying on in Bahrain after your wedding to experience your honeymoon there as well.

Marriage Requirements

Bahrain

A British citizen wishing to give Notice of Marriage must meet the following requirements:

One party has to be a British citizen

Resident in Bahrain

Produce the following:

British birth certificates

British passport

(Original divorce papers - if applicable)

Anyone arriving from out of Bahrain will have to establish residency for 21 days in Bahrain and then post the banns for a further 21 days;

For further information on getting married in Bahrain visit http://ukinbahrain.fco.gov.uk/en/help-for-british-nationals/living-in-bahrain/marriage-birth-bh

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