Valentine’s Day in PragueNo Comments

Showering your partner with gifts, roses, chocolates and cards has made Valentine’s extremely boring. So, this year, why not take her on a vacation to a city that embraces romanticism. Prague is reputed for being the most romantic cities in Europe and that is good enough a reason to spend this year’s Valentine’s Day in the Czech capital.

The city boasts of some wonderful restaurants, cozy medieval hotels and lovely sights to impress your partner. And if you are single, maybe this is the right time to get drenched in the rain of love. Be inspired and inspire others by enjoying the amazing romantic setting, Prague has created just for you.

Show how special your partner is, by taking her on a romantic meal by the River Vltava. As the cruise glides effortlessly on the waters, watch the famous riverside attractions come to life. Prague River Cruises offer you a range of exclusive deals for planning an extravagant cruise all your own. If you are not much of water person, a dinner at a hillside restaurant overlooking Prague will evoke the same feelings. Alternatively, may be a stunning, candlelit cellar dinner in one of the most romantic restaurant in Prague? There is no stopping now, as the choices are endless.

If you intend to pamper your partner this Valentine, then show them the majesty of the Prague opera. Select a performance at any of Prague’s opera houses and couple it with a grand dinner at a classy restaurant.

There are plenty of activities to do in and around Prague to make your partner feel special. Shop for jewelry, chocolates or cosmetics or bestow a spa package upon your loved one. A carriage ride, sightseeing trips and one-day tours from Prague will appeal to couples.

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