Love is in the Air – Prague, Bohemian Rhapsody


Prague first saw light during the Romanesque period, so what better place for a romantic getaway; picturesque, historical city bubbling with cobbled streets, lined with bustling shops and cafés in which to get lost. Prague Old Town Square is the site of several exquisite buildings, including the Astronomical Clock as well as the Gothic Tyn Church and St Nicolas. The square dates from the 12th century and started life as the central marketplace. Artists and lovers flock to the capital of Bohemia to bathe in the atmosphere.

Prague, Charles Bridge

Charles Bridge at night, Prague

In the 19th and early 20th century Prague was a magnet for writers, artists and musicians, all were seeking and many found the inspiration they needed to create incredible work, from Mozart to Kafka passing via Milos Forman and Milan Kundera, they all found their special spark in the heart of Bohemia! Attractions include Prague Castle, Cesky Krumlov, and the much-photographed Charles Bridge; twinkling lights and beautiful architecture, along with its stunning river and parkland, make this one of the top romantic destinations for a Valentine’s short break. Find your special spark with the one you love, but remember this destination has romance in its DNA, so whether is is for the 14th February or any other time of year, Prague will not disappoint you!

Prague Apartments

Apartment Karlova, Prague

Also, what could be better to celebrate a romantic break in Prague than discovering, the wonderful chocolates; chocolate-covered almonds with a hint of cinnamon, truly delicious.

Delicious Chocolates

Delicious Chocolates

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