Whether you are celebrating as a couple, family, or single Prague has something for everyone on Valentine's Day. It is one of the most romantic cities in Europe and a perfect place to celebrate the most romantic day of the year. Things to do on February 14 in Prague range from the very typical evening dinner cruise with magnificent views to a carriage ride through the historic downtown. There are dozens of options including a special show, candlelit dinner, jazz evening, balloon tours or ice-skating. You can take a romantic stroll in some of the Prague parks and gardens and look at the city from high above. There is no shortage of the ultimate romantic restaurants perfect for couples, presenting fantastic Valentine´s Day menus. Enjoy a fabulous dinner for two in one of the best Valentine's Day restaurants, which are sure to put you in a romantic mood. For great ideas for Valentine's Day, bars, restaurants, attractions, menus and more, visit our “What's on” section. If you are single or not the romantic type and you look for a fancy night out or a more offbeat celebration, check out the list of the best parties in Prague.
Valentine's Day in Prague 2019/ Valentine's Day restaurants in Prague 2019

Timeless Valentine Romance at Augustine Restaurant, Letenská 12/33, Prague 1

14.2.2019 from 6 p.m.

Enjoy a delightful evening and romantic atmosphere of the former 13th-century monastery. A delicious 4-course dinner menu prepared by celebrity chef Marek Fichtner awaits you along with a magical and storied evening accompanied by live music.

First Time Romance Cocktail
Foie Gras terrine | plums | almonds
Dover sole | mushrooms | young spinach
Veal fillet | salsify | beetroot | buckwheat
Mille feuille | chocolate ganache with pink

1.890 CZK per person

Valentine's menu 2019 at restaurant Mlynec,
Novotného lávka 9, Prague 1


Emulsion from oysters, avocados, Granny Smith apple, tapioca
Saffron risotto, foie gras shavings
40-day-old strip loin, Jerusalem artichoke, rosemary cabbage, truffle sauce
Chocolate balls, sour cherries, hot chocolate

Menu 1 390 CZK
Wines 790 CZK

Valentine´s Menu at La Bodequita del Medio, Kaprova 19/5, Praha 1


Peas Cream with smoked salmon and creme fraicho
Beef sirloin fillet sous vide, risotto from carnarolli rice and truffle carpaccio, Parmesan chips, Port wine sauce
Raspberry sorbet on a nest of kadaif dough, vanilla mascarpone, pistachio powder

Menu 1 100 CZK / person

St Valentine's Menu at Triton Restaurant
, Wenceslas square 26, Prague 1

Enjoy a romantic candlelight dinner with live piano music in an unforgettable atmosphere of the Art Nouveau stalactite cave.

14 - 17.2. February 2019 ( February, 14 - 16 - live piano music)

Bohemia Prestige Rosé Brut
Amouse bouche
Mango Sorbet / Cucumber / Pineapple/ Bauhart Jelly / Kumquat / Opalys/ Gin /Vanilla / Buttermilk
Gambero Rosso Red Prawns / Purple Cauliflower Consommé / Shallot / Sudachi Granité / Sturgeon Caviar / Créme Fraiche / Saffron Chips
Double Beef Consommé / Leek Dumpling / Vegetables
Sea Bass / Champagne Sauce / Mussels / Salmon Caviar / Truffle / Jerusalem Artichoke / Black Tempura Pack Choi and Black Wild Rice Chips
Slow Roasted Veal Filet Steak / Morel Cream Sauce / Cassis / Potatoes Au-gratin / Broccoli / Green Asparagus / Peas Granité
Lemon - Lavender Tart / Kefír / Strawberries / Mascarpone Ice-cream
Coffee or organic tea

4 - Course MENU + aperitif + coffee/tea = 1 290.00 CZK/50,20 EUR/person
6 - Course MENU + aperitif + coffee/tea = 1 590.00 CZK/ 61,80 EUR/person

Price 1 290 CZK / person

Valentine´s menu at Asian Temple


Valentine´s menu:
Amuse Bouche
Main dish
Welcome drink
2x AT Rose.
Price: 1490 CZK

Valentine's sushi menu for two people
Sushi set for two people
Welcome drink
2x AT Rose
Price: 1490 CZK

Reservation needed: +420 725 502 529 or:

Valentine´s menu at French Restaurant


Welcome drink - Champagne Telmont J. de Blanc de Blanc
Amuse bouche
Tomato consomme and Pecorino cheese tortellini
”Surf & Turf” beef sirloin filet with grilled tiger prawn, green beens, ratte potato and bernaise sauce
Mini desserts garden (mascarpone and strawberry cone, chocolate cherry lollipop, pistachio praline and fruit chocolate jelly)

Rose for the lady, unlimited consumption of still and sparkling water, coffee, tea included.

Price 2 250 CZK / person

Masopust is the traditional Czech carnival celebration. The word “masopust” comes from the Old Czech and means “meat fast”. People wear masks, dress up in costumes, celebrate the start of spring, fertility and give farewell to winter. Masopust is a moveable feast day and the last chance to feast before Easter Lent, the 40 weekdays and six Sundays preceding Easter. A ceremonial processions of human and animal costumed characters such as devils, cow herders, farmers, goats, sheep, dogs, pigs go from house to house, where they receive food and drink. Masopust celebrations in Prague include mask parades, dancing in the streets, singing, noise making, feasting and drinking. A vigorous Mardi Gras celebrations take place in Žižkov, in Jiřího z Poděbrad square. The biggest carnival event is the festival Carnevale Praha (the Prague Carnival), which is held in downtown Prague. To see dates, times, venues, locations, and the programme of carnival celebrations, explore “what´s on” section.

Žižkov Mardi Gras Celebrations 2019

2. 3. 2019 – 3. 3., 5. 3. 2019, Jiriho z Podebrad square

Žižkov carnival celebrations include traditional parade of masks and great programme for both kids and adults. The carnival parade takes place on March 5, 2019. It starts at Jiriho z Podebrad square, continues to Havličkovo square and ends at Viktoria Žižkov footbal arena. Participants will meet from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Then a horse carriage, musicians, artists, giant puppets of angels or pigs set off to request a "key" from the Žižkov Townhall. All participants can enjoy traditional specialities and goodies. 

The entrance is free.

Mardi Gras Celebrations at Ctěnice 2019

3. 3. 2019 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., The City of Prague Museum - The Castle Area Ctěnice

Masopust celebrations at Ctěnice offer a carnival parade, music, cheerful atmosphere as well as traditional donuts, hot cider and mead. Kids can enjoy art workshops or and face painting.  

Entrance to the event is free of charge.

Mardi Gras Celebrations at Little Quarter

2. 3. 2019 from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m., the parade will reach Kampa around 4 pm

The traditional masopust celebrations of the Little Quarter begin at Loretanske square and finish at Kampa. Participants meet at 1 p.m. - 1.30 p.m. in front of the restaurant U Černého vola. Masks will then stop at pubs, restaurants and shops located on Nerudova, Thunovská, Mostecka streets and Malostranske square. The carnival procession will reach Kampa around 4 p.m.

Mardi Gras Celebrations at Letna 2019

2. 3. 2019, 1 p.m. -5 p.m., National Museum of Agriculture

All visitors are cordially invited to enjoy the traditional Mardi Gras celebrations at Letná on March 2, 2019. Masks are welcomed and have a free entrance. The event is organised by the Town Hall of Prague 7, The National Museum of Agriculture and Galerie Scarabeus. There is an entertaining programme for children including three fairy-tales, music and dancing. (available only in Czech)

Malesice Mardi Gras Celebrations 

2. 3. 2019 from 2 p.m.

Masopust at Brevnov 2019

5. 3. 2019 from 4 p.m.

Held each February, Carnevale Praha is the largest carnival celebration in the Czech republic. Every year the streets of the Old Town come alive with music, folk dances and mask parades. The attractions of the festival include concerts, shows, balls, art exhibitions, theatre performances, public and private parties. Numerous carnival events and celebrations for kids take place across the city. Do not miss a vivid spectacle of carnival processions and vibrant costumes. Enjoy never-ending feasting, opulent balls and special menus of the Prague´s best restaurants. Find more about spectacular celebrations and see the programme of the Prague Carnival.

The Prague Opera Ball is an exclusive and very popular event, which usually takes place in the building of the Prague State Opera at the beginning of February. It welcomes renowned international guests from the world of culture, politics, business and sports. Among them have been Cambodian princess Norodom Arunrasmy, Tonia Sotiropoulou, Kiera Chaplin, or Paul Potts. The Gala evening features opening speeches, classical music, ballroom dancing along with a charity auction. The Opera Ball maintains a traditional and formal atmosphere and is regarded as the most glamorous, elegant and prestigious event in Prague. The dress code is full length gowns for women and evening tails with white tie for men. For more information about the Ball, and to see prices and programme, explore our “what´s on” section.

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