There are not many better places in Europe to go for a sexy and cultural break with a companion than Prague. Ever since the fall of the Iron Curtain, its tourist industry has gone from strength to strength. People have discovered its charms, which are plenty. It has culture, incredible architecture and historical significance. Therefore, if you’re planning a trip to Prague with a high-class escort, here are some of the best ways to spend a day out enjoying the cultural highlights.
The National Gallery
Dating back to the end of the 18th Century, the National Gallery spreads across various sites in Prague. Each site contains different types of art, from Old Masters to modern and contemporary. There are works by the likes of Picasso, Monet, Van Gogh, Rodin, Gauguin, Cézanne, Renoir, Schiele, Munch, Miró and Klimt. You could quite possibly spend a whole day just exploring these.
The National Museum
Also, spread out across the city on various sites, the National Museum houses 4 million items from the areas of natural history, history, arts and music. Whatever your interest, you’ll find something for you both here. You can see ancient artefacts and medieval collections of jewellery, weapons and wooden sculptures. As with the National Gallery, some of the buildings themselves are works of art.
Franz Kafka Museum
The works of Franz Kafka don’t necessarily scream ‘romance’, but if you’ve ever bonded over culture with your companion, no trip to Prague could be complete without visiting this museum. It is not the biggest in the city. Nevertheless, it contains first editions of his books, letters, diaries and drawing. Further, it’s also famous for the statue of two men urinating into a fountain outside. You can even direct them to ‘write’ a romantic message to your companion if that’s your idea of a quirky love note.
You don’t have to even venture into one of Prague’s many galleries or museums to enjoy a cultural day out. Just a stroll around the city is enough to offer you the chance to see some of the most awe-inspiring architecture you could only dream of seeing elsewhere. Prague has it all: Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, Neo-Renaissance, Neo-Gothic, Art Nouveau, Cubist, Neo-Classical and ultra-modern. Anyway, you don’t need to be able to understand which is which to be blown away by one of Europe’s most beautiful cities.