Experience Czechia like a king
Are you visiting Czech to celebrate an anniversary, birthday or other special occasion? Or are you simply accustomed to first-rate services and want to experience something special on your travels? We present an overview of the country’s top luxury destinations and activities to ensure that you enjoy a truly royal stay in Czechia!

Take a bird’s-eye look at Czechia and impress your friends back home with a noble title

Have a luxury car pick you up from anywhere in Prague and whisk you off to the start of your extraordinary experience. Not everyone is lucky enough to see Kutná Hora, a UNESCO Heritage Site, Karlštejn, Czechia’s most famous castle, or the fabulous natural beauty of the Bohemian Paradise from a hot-air balloon. During your flight, you’ll drink a toast to your new noble title and undergo an aeronaut's baptism! Bohemia Balón offers hot-air balloon sightseeing flights from Prague, Flyballon specialises in flights over picturesque South Moravia, and Promo-air flies balloons all over the country.

Balloons above Bouzov castle, Czech Republic

Touch the skies and marvel at the most beautiful views of Prague

Avoid the throngs of tourists and enjoy Prague in the palm of your hand! A good place to do this is the Žižkov Television Tower, the highest building in the city, where you can have dinner, stay over, and admire views you won’t find anywhere else.

TV tower in Prague, Czech Republic

You’ll find an equally breathtaking view of the City of a Hundred Spires from the other side if you take the lift up to the top floor of the Dancing House. Impossible to miss, this architectural gem on the Rašínovo nábřeží embankment is the cherry on the cake of the city’s iconic panorama. It contains a restaurant, a bar, a hotel and a gallery with a terrace, from where you can enjoy the most romantic views of Prague.

Dancing house Prague, Czech Republic

Come and enjoy a well-deserved oasis of peace and quiet

Is relaxation the thing you most crave from your holiday? Infinit Sen in Senohraby near Prague will pamper you like royalty! Try a honey, herbal or salt sauna and take part in some unique sauna ceremonies.
For an equally luxurious experience, try the branch of Maximus in Brno, which has 12 saunas as well as thermal and whirlpool baths, which can even be booked for a private session.

Senohraby Infinit Sen, Czech Republic

In North Moravia, be sure not to miss Petrovice Château, a place much loved by the niece of Empress Sissi. It’s the perfect place for a course of treatment in a Kneipp spa, or you can immerse yourself in a sea of blissful tranquillity with the Seventh Heaven concept, specially developed by scientists.

Hotel Zamecek Petrovice, Czech Republic

Nestled amidst the magical countryside of Vysočina you’ll find the top-class Svatá Kateřina wellness & spa resort. Besides classic wellness stays with massages and saunas, it also offers yoga and Ayurvedic stays.

Resort Svata Katerina, Czech Republic

Take a behind-the-scenes look at how Czech glass is made

For anyone in search of a unique VIP experience, a private tour of one of the most successful Czech glassworks is the real deal! Moser of Karlovy Vary offers vouchers for an out-of-the-ordinary visit to the birthplace of handmade crystal with its glass smelting works, museum and gallery. At the end of your tour you can take a sample of this unique work home with you.

Moser Czech glass, Czech Republic

Go for a coffee with the castellan of Czechia’s most famous castle

An absolute MUST if you’re looking for a royal experience is a visit to Czechia’s national gemKarlštejn! You have the opportunity to get a regally close look at this 14th-century Gothic fortress, built by the most important Bohemian king, Charles IV. After all, a ticket for the special “Coffee with the Castellan” tour will give you a detailed look around the entire castle focusing on the places you’re most interested in, with the castellan himself.

Karlštejn Castle, Czech Republic

Treat yourself to a real gourmet experience in the country’s finest restaurants

No true luxury experience is complete without outstanding cuisine and perfect service. If you fancy being properly indulged, visit the Michelin-starred La Degustation Boheme Bourgeoise or Field restaurants, right in the heart of Prague.

Field Michelin restaurant, Czech Republic

And there’s another unique culinary treat awaiting you in Moravia too! The Entrée restaurant in Olomouc boasts an open kitchen and an exquisite setting in the style of a living garden, serving up a menu inspired by nature.

Entree restaurant Olomouc, Czech Republic

Make your bed like a true aristocrat with a view of the castle

Every proper king needs a magnificent chamber! Czechia has almost a hundred five-star hotels in five different cities all over the country. What about Andaz Prague or the Four Seasons Prague, right in the heart of the Old Town? Or would you prefer the more peaceful setting of the grand Barceló in Brno? The choice is yours...

Andaz hotel Prague, Czech Republic

Some true refinement for the soul in a sanctuary of culture

No gentleman or lady with a cultural spirit should miss out on the opportunity to visit the country’s Mecca of art – the National Theatre! Get dressed up to the nines on and enjoy some operatic arias enhanced by the unique genius loci of one of the symbols of Prague.

National theatre Prague, Czech Republic

Treat yourself to a recuperative and wellness stay in the Spa Triangle

Czechia’s spas are the perfect place to relax and enjoy some luxury care. Let the experts pamper you in the Spa Triangle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Besides the healing springs and first-rate care, these spa towns also have their own unique atmosphere! Take a stroll along the Hot Spring Colonnade in Karlovy Vary, admire the gorgeous Singing Fountain in Mariánské Lázně or recoup your energy in the forest parks of Františkovy Lázně.

Karlovy Vary colonnade, Czech Republic

And, a few tips for a royal shopping trip to finish with

You can’t go home from a luxury holiday without a souvenir! If you want to get yourself something really special, we recommend visiting Pařížská street, which is home to the department stores of some of the world’s top brands.

Parizska street Prague, Czech Republic

However, you should definitely have some typical Czech craftsmanship tucked away in your suitcase, too. Some hand-blown crystal from Crystal Valley will add a touch of elegance to any room!

Preciosa Czech glass, Czech Republic