The capital city of Czech Republic, Prague is also the largest city here, and has been nicknamed as the ‘city of a thousand spires’. It is a city that is defined by medieval churches, cobblestone streets, and mystical bridges. This is a city where you will find excellent examples of Renaissance, Art Nouveau, Gothic, and Baroque architecture. Home to one of the best preserved historic centers in Europe, Prague is an important commercial, cultural, and political center.
When you visit this city with your loved one, do take a romantic walk along the cobbled lanes and hidden courtyards. With its maze of cobbled streets, this city entices you to explore the unexpected gardens, ancient chapels, and charming cafes. Some of the must-see attractions include the renowned Charles Bridge that stands over the Vltava River, the iconic Prague Castle, the grand Jewish Quarter home, the old synagogues, and the picturesque Old Town Square and the Astronomical Clock.
Prague is known to have the best beer in Europe, perhaps even the world. Since the invention of Urquell in 1842, the Czechs have been known to produce some of the finest brews in the world. Today, the attention has shifted back to traditional brewing, and the pubs offer a wide variety of ales ranging from Budvar and Urquell to Kout na Sumave and Velkopopovicky Kozel. It may take you a while to pronounce the names, but it doesn’t take as long to fall in love with the taste. Ensure that you and your special someone taste at least one of these brews, when you are in Prague.
Home to a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Prague attracts its fair share of tourists and as such there are a plethora of hotels in this city. With so many choices, it is not difficult for you to find a romantic hotel that fits your budget. Mala Strana quarter, situated under the Prague Castle, is regarded as the most romantic as well as the most expensive district of this city. If you do not want the expensive option, try the Old Town neighborhood or the Stare Mesta, which is an excellent alternative. When you choose this part of the city, you will be smack dab in the middle of the various attractions as well as activities, and won’t have a need for public transport because everything will be within walking distance. Here is a list of the best romantic hotels to make your job easier.
This five-star hotel comprises of three buildings from the Art Nouveau, Renaissance, and Baroque periods. The style and the atmosphere at the Four Seasons is enhanced by the crystal chandeliers, the tall ceilings, and the period furniture. The central location of this hotel lets you explore the Old Town neighborhood on foot, stroll through the Wenceslas Square, and makes it easier to climb up to the Prague Castle. Choose the Four Seasons among the other hotels in Prague, if you are looking for the best romantic hotel in this city or are craving luxury. The Presidential Suite with its dining room, private bar, pantry, and a separate living room with a fireplace, may not suit everyone’s budget. However, the rooms in the Art Nouveau wing are moderately priced but are still extremely comfortable. The in-house Allegro restaurant serves Mediterranean cuisine and is famous for its homemade pastas, fresh seafood, and artisan products. Pamper your loved one by choosing the Four Seasons for your romantic weekend stay.
Located in the Hradcany district, Hotel U Raka is one of the few hotels in Prague that are situated in the immediate vicinity of the Prague Castle. Surrounded by numerous pleasant restaurants, cultural monuments, charming pubs, and scenic corners, this hotel is the most romantic getaway that you can possibly dream of. It is important that you book this hotel well in advance because it is home to only six guestrooms. The wooden floors, low ceilings, beautiful gardens, and red-brick fireplaces, make your stay at this hotel very comfortable. All the rooms come equipped with a DVD player, a satellite television, and free Internet access. No matter what season it is, you will always find something to do at Hotel U Raka, which will provide you with a memorable romantic experience. It is recommended that you carry comfortable walking shoes because the cobbled streets in and around the hotel are not very friendly to high-heels.
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