Activities

Spas and Massage in Prague

Spas have been found in Prague for many years and they are considered to be a vital way to improve health and wellbeing by a number of people in the city. In fact, many employers often contribute towards the costs of their staff visiting them, as they believe them to be so beneficial. Because there are a number of spas in Prague, the prices are also kept quite low, which is good for those on a budget.

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Beer Spas

One of the most famous aspects of the Czech Republic is beer – something that is held in extremely high esteem by its inhabitants. Czechs don’t just drink their beer though, as they have also started to use them in beer spas, therefore meaning that the beer can tantalize the taste buds and reinvigorate the body at the same time!

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Prague in Two Days

Walk to the Old Town Square, view the ‘must see’ Astronomical Clockand visit the beautiful Gothic Church of Our Lady Before Tyn or the baroque Church of St Nicholas. From there, head to the Charles Bridge and take some beautiful photos.

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Fashion and Shopping

There are loads of shops for tourists in Prague and you can buy everything from Bohemian crystal through to soccer shirts from the capital’s biggest teams. The road between Charles Bridge and Old Town Square is notorious for these types of shops, but if you turn off this road you’ll find exactly the same gifts at a much lower price.

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Golf Courses in the Czech Republic

The Czech Republic is home to over 100 different golf courses, and this number will only grow in the future thanks to golf becoming more and more popular with residents of the country. Most of these courses are suitable for anyone from beginner to professional and are also located near to a number of attractions, such as the many spa towns in the country and the many historical locations found in the Czech Republic.

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Czech Mountains and Ski Resorts

The Czech Republic might not have mountains boasting massive ski runs, but what it does have is mountains that still provide a huge amount to visitors during the winter months. Mountain resorts are constantly upgrading their equipment in order to offer visitors the best possible experience and attract more people to the beautiful mountains of the Czech Republic.

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Popular Activities and Sports

Among Prague's top spectator sports has to be Sparta Praha club - the Czech Rep's best football team. This team plays in a stadium near Letná Park & the season is played from Sept-Apr. To get a genuinely local experience – particularly if you are a fan of football – it is worth attending a Czech Gambrinus liga match.

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Beer Spas in Prague

The Czech Republic is pioneering a burgeoning and popular beer spa culture, and a visit to Prague is a great opportunity to visit some of the country’s newest leisure activities – beer spas. Each beer spa facility differs, but usually one treatment is a beer bath – which is a …

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Czech Republic Aquaparks

The Czech Republic is without doubt one of the best places in the world to enjoy a day in the water, regardless of whether you’re looking for relaxation or something a little more exciting! Karlovy Vary is the heart of the Czech spa tradition and one of the very best here is the Zámecké lázně spa, found in the heart of the town. It has a luxury pool filled with heated mineral water and it is also set in some of the most stunning surroundings you could hope for.

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Rock Clubs

Rock Café - This is a nice live music disco. The club's ground floor houses Jim Beam Bar, an internet café, concert hall, CD bazaar, and a store that sells recording and sound equipment. The Absolut Bar (offering the complete assortment of Absolut vodka), a movie theatre, and a gallery are located in the basement.

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Jazz Clubs

At the Old Lady is a sophisticated cellar jazz club and restaurant that attracts serious names from all over the world. There is a wide variety of music from jazz to blues and soul played here. Live shows start from 9pm. It is one of our recommended jazz clubs in Prague and lies close to metro station Můstek.

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