From the Office Straight to the Water. Five Tips on Where to Cool Off in Prague

The heat took the overheated capital by storm, but not all of us can just run away from the high temperatures of the city furnace.

For those of you who would like to quickly jump into the water after a hard day at work – we have selected five places in the center of Prague and the surrounding area where you can cool off on hot summer days.

Panorama Hotel Prague

How about ending the day with a sunset swim with a view of Prague? You can find this refreshment and view in the Top Deck Spa, a relaxation zone on the top floor of the Panorama Hotel in Prague’s Pankrác.

The wellness and fitness center includes a swimming pool, hot tubs, a gym and a solarium. In addition, if you arrive during the so-called “happy hours”, which are on weekdays from 20:00 to 22:00, you will have a discounted entry.

 

Visualizza questo post su Instagram

 

Un post condiviso da Panorama Hotel Prague (@panorama.prague)

 

Corinthia Prague

If you prefer a more intimate atmosphere, go to the Apollo Day Spa wellness area of the five-star Corinthia Hotel, which is also located high above Prague and offers a unique view of the capital. In addition to the pool and sauna, you can also use one of the offered procedures and treat yourself to a well-deserved rest after work. The spa is open every day until eight in the evening, including weekends.

 

Visualizza questo post su Instagram

 

Un post condiviso da Corinthia Prague (@corinthiaprague)

Koupaliště Petynka

The Petynka swimming pool in Prague 6 offers visitors, in addition to a unique view of the Prague Castle, a fifty-meter pool, a water slide and a beach volleyball court. From June to mid-August, its opening hours are every day of the week from seven in the morning to nine in the evening, so it is ideal for cooling your head after a hard day.

 

Visualizza questo post su Instagram

 

Un post condiviso da koupaliště Petynka (@koupalistepetynka)

Prazačka swimming pool

Within the sports and recreation complex in Prague’s Žižkov, everyone will find something for themselves. It has an outdoor and indoor pool, hot tubs, a gym and also playgrounds for various sports.

On weekdays, it offers the possibility of evening swimming, and on the contrary, for those who like to get up and prepare for the day with swimming paces, the pool is open between six and eight in the morning. Then from ten.

 

Visualizza questo post su Instagram

 

Un post condiviso da Koupaliště Pražačka (@koupalisteprazacka)

Lhotka bathing biotope

If you prefer natural swimming, the lake in Prague 4 with an area of 5,570 square meters with biotope water purification will delight you. In the main summer months, i.e. July and August, it is open to visitors every day from nine o’clock in the morning to eight o’clock in the evening.

 

Visualizza questo post su Instagram

 

Un post condiviso da Koupaliste_lhotka (@koupaliste_lhotka)

Related Posts
Read More

Prague Hotel Scene is New and Stylish

Share via: Prague’s high-end accommodation options get a serious upgrade. With new and not-yet open properties, often in well-preserved…
Share via
Copy link
Powered by Social Snap