Unusual romantic places in Prague

Fairytale Prague on the eve of the most romantic Valentine's Day is the most sophisticated and meaningful journey for two hearts. Charles Bridge at dawn in the untouched silence of a waking city or sunset in Prague Castle will not leave anyone indifferent, but most likely other couples will enjoy the moment nearby as well.

So if you and your other half are not ready to get up before the first rays of the sun, here are some non-touristic and romantic spots in Prague:
Vyšehrad fortress
Valentine's Day - it's time to come to Vysehrad - the place of origin of Prague, a beautiful fortress and a picturesque garden. Pay special attention to the magnificent Saints Peter and Paul Basilica - the church claims to be the final resting place of at least part of Saint Valentine himself.
In addition, the park around offers a magical view of the city and the river, and the fortress complex itself is a whole string of historical architectural sights.
Petřín Lookout Tower
Take your date up to this iconic tower on top of Petrin Hill. The hill was used as a place to worship Perun, the highest God of Slavic pantheon, but with time the ancient temple has turned into the Church of Saint Lawrence. From the highest point of the hill, you will see breathtaking views over the city and the slopes of the Petřín Gardens that decorate the place all year round.

Enjoy some quality time together as you explore what it has to offer: there's even an old-fashioned funicular railway which takes visitors up the hill if they don't want to walk :)
Kampa Island
Kampa Island is an oasis of romance under the symbolic name "Prague Venice". The walls of the houses on the island are located right next to the water, which reminds visitors of the famous Italian town of love and romance.

Located in the very heart of the Czech capital and separated from it by a narrow canal with the epic name Chertovka, Kampa Island provides lots of opportunities when comes to creating memorable moments, whether taking a leisurely stroll along small pathways, admiring artworks displayed around the area or having a meal at the restaurant located right next to the bank of the Vltava River.

The best gift for Valentine's Day in Prague is a ride on small boats along a narrow canal street that will make a great bonding experience.
New World quarter
Street of creative nobles and romantics in love with life. The quietest area of Prague with small cute houses and the atmosphere of the Middle Ages. The most interesting and picturesque moment in the New World is the time when dusk falls on the city, and the street is immersed in the warm light of yellow lanterns.
Stromovka Park
The most poetic park, where you can almost feel the romantic atmosphere on your skin. It penetrates into the very soul and stays there forever, keeping magical moments of solitude in memory forever. The most popular place among Czech lovers for declarations of love and tender marriage proposals.
Strahov Monastery Library
If books make your heart flutter then this is definitely worth checking out! The library at Strahov Monastery contains thousands upon thousands of volumes dating back centuries ago. It's like stepping into another world as soon as you enter through its doors.

Plus, being surrounded by all these ancient manuscripts gives off such an aura of romance making it perfect for any book lover couple who wants something different than usual dinner dates.
Prague is a city where any walk can be an incredible experience, but on Valentine's Day, it is important to finish the walk on the right note.

That's why we've created a special offer for two at Revelton Studios Prague with a stay in a new apartment with a compliment upon arrival. The aparthotel has a fully equipped kitchen for a lazy morning, and the location allows you to quickly and easily get to any romantic location in the city.
With love, Revelton