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Valentine’s weekend city break in Prague

After the joy of Christmas, the romantic Prague prepares to celebrate Valentine’s Day with love presence in every corner. The Czech capital boasts beautiful sights and offers a wide range of romantic options to impress your beloved one, such as relaxing river cruises, wellness stays or city centre tours.

City centre tours:

Prague is full of beautiful, historic and romantic places, most of which are within walking distance of each other. Unlike other cities centre hustle and bustle, Prague´s historical centre is more suitable for a relaxed walking hand in hand through its pedestrian streets that will quickly bring you to touristic landmarks such as the Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, the Old Town Square or the Jewish Quarter.

Precisely in the city centre you can live a memorable experience in Old Town Square by taking a romantic horse carriage and cart through the Old Town. Or if you prefer, you can also walk across Charles Bridge on your way to the beautiful Prague Castle.

Moldava River cruises:

Another nice way to discover Prague is through a river cruise. The city provides a wide variety of cruises to suite everyone’s tastes. From the river cruises it’s possible to stare at some of the most famous monuments of Prague city center, such as Charles Bridge, Prague Castle or the Rudolfinum (music auditorium and art gallery). By taking a relaxing river cruise you can also view other major attractions, such as the, Vyšehrad, Kampa Island or National Theatre.

Plan ahead your cruise taking into account these considerations:

  • Daytime/Evening time
  • Possibility to enjoy live jazz music
  • Possibility to choose between short and long cruises (usually from 1 to 4 hours)
  • Many of them operates all year
  • Some of them include a city tour
  • Some of them include delicious meals and/or drinks on-board
  • Cruises for all budgets
  • Recommended to book on-line

As a curiosity, Moldava (Vltava) river is the longest one of Czech Republic, with 430km. Its birth is in Šumava mountains and along its course it joins the Elbe river.

Wellness stays:

Czech Republic is renowned to be one of the main spa destinations of the world. The main reasons for this popularity are its healing mineral springs and other natural therapeutic resources. We invite you to leave the everyday hustle and bustle to escape from stress, fatigue and the problems of the overworked life.

Czech Republic has around 20 spa towns but you probably have heard about Karlovy Vary. With its spectacular colonnades, this is probably the most popular wellness destination in Czech Republic. Exclusive spa buildings can be found in the city, surrounded by a beautiful forested valley.

Karlovy Vary is located in western Bohemia region, on the confluence of the rivers Ohře and Teplá, approximately 130 km west of Prague. This spa city has centenary tradition, being visited by members of European aristocracy and illustrious visitors, such as Beethoven, Chopin, Schiller, Karl Marx, and Goethe from its foundation in 1358.

You can also unwind in Prague without worrying for your stay since centric hotels like Hotel Kings Court provides great Prague hotel deals such as the package  of accommodation  that includes romantic massage for 2 and in-room treatment upon arrival (the room will be prepared with valentines decorations). Furthermore, for a more relaxing stay, you can also include the dinner at the hotel Brasserie mEating Point.

Valentine’s weekend city break in Prague
Romantic Prague street
Perfect gift for Valentines Day - Prague roses
Karluv Most Prague
Hotel Kings Court's room prepared with valentines decorations
Romantic Prague
Valentines day in Prague

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