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Prague Beaches

Every traveller needs to relax and rewind while going on a vacation, and if it’s a long travel then spending some time to rejuvenate is a must. In Prague, there is just a minor problem, Prague being a land-locked city does not have any sea beaches, but this glitch can be easily remedied by visiting the river beaches, artificial beaches and lakes. The beaches in Prague serve exactly this purpose where you can just sit back and enjoy your free time. Manmade beach like the Smíchov Beach and the Lhota Lake beach are perfect places to spend a day lazing around in the sand, go swimming or do any other interesting activities.

Vltava Beach (Pláž Vltavy)
Flickr / Martijn Booister

Vltava Beach (Pláž Vltavy)

This beach is located on the banks of river Vltava and is famous for the number of swans and ducks which are seen on this beach. The visitors can enjoy activities like swimming or boating or just have a relaxed time at the beach with a grand view of the Charles Bridge.There also are some good restaurants and cafes around.

Smíchov Beach (Smíchovská Pláž)

Smíchov Beach (Smíchovská Pláž)

Smichov Beach is an artificial beach created with 700 tones of imported sand, huge swimming lake, deck chairs for relaxation and facilities for playing games like volleyball, basketball, and badminton. The beach is also used as a venue for live music shows, dance shows and such entertainment events. It is more of a full pack entertainment hub than just a beach.

Lhota Lake (Jezero Lhota)

Lhota Lake (Jezero Lhota)

For the travellers who wish to spend time in the natural environs, the Lhota Lake in Prague can be a perfect place. It takes a short drive from the city to reach this manmade lake with soft sand, picturesque views, and the sight of pretty pine trees. It is a perfect place to spend calm times with loved ones, family and friends.

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