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  • Prague: Beer Bath With Unlimited Beer

    1. Prague: Beer Bath With Unlimited Beer

    Upon arrival, you’ll be taken through the facility by the spa staff. Soak in a private beer bath for two while drinking unlimited Bernard beer. Then, relax on the heated bed while, of course, enjoying more beer. In private rooms, gear up for a unique experience with friends, your loved one, or in a tub all to yourself. Beer baths are a medical procedure from the Middle Ages, known to cleanse the pores, increase pulmonary circulation, regenerate skin and hair, and revitalize the nervous system. It is necessary to maintain the correct temperature, length, and ratio of ingredients to ensure maximum health benefits.  The bathing experience takes place in special tubs and is regulated by professional staff. The experience lasts about an hour — opting for the beer massage adds an extra half hour. At the end of your rejuvenating visit, you will receive a bottle of Bernard Beer with a historic...

    Trip was excellent! Only downside is the temperature of the water is extremely hot so we had to cool it down before getting in. Also, the unlimited beer is helles, would be nice to have options of Lager or Darker beer. The staff was awesome and friendly. A great time!

  • Karlovy Vary Full-Day Tour with Lunch from Prague

    2. Karlovy Vary Full-Day Tour with Lunch from Prague

    On this 9.5-hour excursion, you’ll be picked up at your Prague hotel and head off on a drive to the largest and most popular spa town in the Czech Republic. The history of this Bohemian town dates back to the 14th century. Today, Karlovy Vary is also well known for its film festival, which takes place every year. Enjoy a walk along the colonnade through the historic center, where you’ll find the thermal springs. The most famous of the springs, Vřídlo, spurts boiling hot water to a height of 12 meters. Sample the healthful waters and enjoy a 3-course lunch, before taking some time on your own to visit a spa house or the renowned Jan Becher Museum. At the end of the tour, you’ll head back to Prague and the driver will then drop you off in the city center or at your hotel.

    My mother and I booked a last minute trip to Karlovy Vary and fell in love with the town. Quite honestly, I wish you could leave me here permanently! It's a beautiful midieval spa town in the middle of the Bohemian valley, stuck in time, with 18 natural mineral springs and geysers. Absolutely picturesque! We also stopped at the Moser glass factory to see how the famous glass works are made. The only downside is that you don't have too much free time to spend on your own. I don't think the lunch portion is necessary, and then you'd have more free time to explore and maybe visit a spa for a few hours. Regardless, the tour is well worth it. A must see!

  • Karlovy Vary Tour from Prague with Lunch

    3. Karlovy Vary Tour from Prague with Lunch

    Journey to the largest, most well known Czech Spa - Karlovy Vary – just 2-hours away from Prague. Also known as Carlsbad, the founding of this town has been linked to Emperor Charles IV since 1358, when he built a hunting lodge here. Learn about the 12 famous springs with temperatures from 40°C to 72°C, the most famous being Vridlo. Karlovy Vary is also famous for its local china and glass manufacturing industry. After lunch, admire these products as you visit the Moser Glass Shop and the Thun Porcelain Shop. Finally, visit the Moser Glass Museum.

  • Karlovy Vary & Marianske Lazne Tour from Prague with Lunch

    4. Karlovy Vary & Marianske Lazne Tour from Prague with Lunch

    Experience the largest, most well known Czech Spa - Karlovy Vary – a scenic 2-hour drive from Prague. Also known as Carlsbad, the founding of this town has been linked to Emperor Charles IV since 1358, when he built a hunting lodge here. Experience some of the 12 famous springs with temperatures from 40°C to 72°C, the most famous being Vridlo, as you walk along the Tepla River and the majestic Neo-Renaissance colonnades. Enjoy samples of the different mineral waters and purchase souvenirs before lunch. Then, admire the city's famous glass and china as you visit the Moser Glass Shop and the Thun Porcelain Shop. Enjoy a guided tour of the Moser Glass Factory Museum Next, journey to the famous Marianske Lazne, with its curative springs. Take a tour of the spa with its unique historical architecture, a sampling of the spa waters from the famous Cross Spring, and finally visit the ancient ...

  • Prague: Private Carlsbad and Moser Crystal Factory Tour

    5. Prague: Private Carlsbad and Moser Crystal Factory Tour

    The city of Prague was founded in the 14th century by the Czech king and Roman Emperor Charles IV. According to legend, the Emperor had the city built soon after the accidental discovery of thermal springs by his hunting entourage. The springs and spa at Karlovy Vary (Carlsbad) continued to be a popular place across Europe, hosting great names in science, politics and art including Beethoven, Paganini, Chopin, Mozart, Freud and many others. Today there are 12 hot springs in use here, and you’ll get the chance to experience them for yourself. The best-known spring is named Vřídlo - the Sprudel, which spouts its warm waters to a height of 55 feet (17 meters). If you wish you can go swimming in the Thermal hotel swimming pool, which is built into the cliff above the city. The swimming pool is composed of 1/3 hot spring water and 2/3 fresh drinking water. We also offer a visit to the wor...

  • From Prague: Small-Group Bastei Tour and Thermal Bath Access

    6. From Prague: Small-Group Bastei Tour and Thermal Bath Access

    Combine nature and relaxation on this day tour from Prague which will take you to the best natural wonders and thermal spas in Saxon Switzerland. After getting picked up from your hotel, travel in a comfortable minivan with wifi, accompanied by an expert guide. Your first stop will be at the Bastei rock formation. Enjoy panoramic views of the Elbe Canyon and River and walk across the famous sandstone bridge that connects Bastei and the ruins of an old Neurathen rock castle. You can also admire an abundance of incredible sandstone pillars that are part of the Elbe Sandstone Mountains, a key part of Saxon Switzerland's unique beauty. After your hike, enjoy a delicious lunch at a traditional German restaurant. Later, relax in the thermal waters of Toskana Therme thermal baths. Marvel at the colorful lights, underwater music and moving projections of the Liquid Sound Temple or relax in the...

  • From Prague: Karlovy Vary Full-Day Tour

    7. From Prague: Karlovy Vary Full-Day Tour

    Depart Prague and journey to the beautiful spa town of Karlovy Vary about 100 kilometers to the west of the Czech Republic capital. Upon arrival, benefit from the chance to take a walk along its enchanting promenade. Founded by King Charles IV in 1358, Karlovy Vary is notable for its mineral springs that have healed many celebrities, including the German poet Goethe and the Russian Tsar Peter the Great. Stroll along the colonnades of the spa and get a taste of the hot springs for yourself. The town is well-known as the location of the Moser glass factory, founded by Ludwig Moser in 1893. Renowned around the world for its high quality glassware, Moser's former clients include the court of the British King Edward VII, the Shah of Persia and Emperor Franz Josef I of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, among others. Take a guided walking tour of the historical town center. Benefit from some free...

    We were disappointed that we were not told before we reserved that the glass factory would be closed with no workers.

  • Prague 1-Hour Sight Running Tour

    8. Prague 1-Hour Sight Running Tour

    For those short of time but who still want to see Prague in a flash, this express 1-hour sight jogging tour is just the ticket. If you are missing your daily run, and sick of the hotel treadmill, this tour will get you your workout and explore some of Prague’s best sights in one go. Jog the labyrinthine lanes of the Lesser Town and the ancient streets of the Old Town. Cross over the Charles Bridge, and much more. However, it’s not just about major monuments and breathtaking sights. Your personal guide will also show you tiny lanes and let you peek into hidden courtyards, as well as St. Vitus Cathedral. Boasting extensive traffic-restricted areas and lots of the green, Prague is extremely runner friendly. All you need do is pack your running shoes, and your guide will take care of the rest.

    This was a fantastic start on my day. I really can recommend it. I saw so many places and had the best guide. Thank you Jiri. Perfect and five stars.

  • Prague 1.5-Hour Compact City Center Running Tour

    9. Prague 1.5-Hour Compact City Center Running Tour

    If you are missing your daily run, and sick of the hotel treadmill, take this 1.5-hour private running tour to get your workout and explore Prague’s best sights in one go. The route unveils the charms of the Castle complex and winds through New World and Loreto. Then, run to the Strahov Monastery and down to the Lesser Quarter, Wallenstein Garden, and Kampa Island. Cross the river over the iconic Charles Bridge to jog around the maze-like streets of the Old Town. Pass the Astronomical Clock, and speed on to Josefov (Jewish Ghetto). Admire dozens of landmarks along the way! The tour is not just about the major monuments and breathtaking sights. Your personal guide will show you tiny medieval lanes and let you peek into hidden courtyards, explaining the artistic, historical, cultural, and political context of each one.

    Radim was wonderful! He asked me what I wanted to see and designed a route with those highlights! As well he made sure to include some areas off the beaten path so I could see all of Prague. He explained what all the buildings were around the city, included fun facts and even gave me some tips for later that day to re-visit. He also is a wonderful photographer and captured a few great photos during our run!

  • Prague: Day Trip to Karlovy Vary and St. Maurus Reliquary

    10. Prague: Day Trip to Karlovy Vary and St. Maurus Reliquary

    Enjoy a full-day guided trip to Karlovy Vary, the most renowned and historical Czech spa town, with a visit to Moser Glassworks and the incredible reliquary of St. Maurus in Bečov Castle.  Travel from Prague for about 2 hours in a comfortable air-conditioned minibus to Karlovy Vary. This town was founded as early as 1370 by the mighty and powerful Czech emperor Charles IV and has 13 main hot springs and more than 300 smaller springs. Visit the town center’s ornamental spa buildings before visiting the most powerful spring, Vřídlo, which rises from a depth of 3000 meters and reaches a temperature of 73°C.   Then, visit the headquarters and museum of Moser Glassworks, one of the most famous glass manufacturers in Europe, founded in 1857. See breathtaking samples of contemporary and historical art glass exhibits and see how these articles are made.  After lunch in a charming local restau...

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What people are saying about Prague

Overall rating

4.2 / 5

based on 343 reviews

That was a wonderful stay with a massage, we gave the present to our friend and our 40th birthday, it was just great, great service, great staff and everything was just right on the whole. Thank you very much that there was something like that

The setting and the welcome are incredible! The staff are really lovely, and the quality of service is well worth the price of the activity! We were two friends on a road trip and this spa was an unusual moment of relaxation! Unavoidable !

The bathing was sooo relaxing and the employes were really nice! You have a separate room for your group and can enjoy really great beer :)

Beautiful spa, lovely straff and good beer what more can you wish for!!

Highly recommend this, magical experience. The staff is amazing