AUG 2017

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[ 32 ] • # dayspamagazine • august 2017 spa hopping by Joann Plockova S pa traditions date back centuries in the Czech Republic. Throughout the country, waters from local thermal and cold mineral springs made Bohemia one of the most popular destinations for "taking the cure." Today, visitors still fl ock to the country's famous spa towns, from Karlovy Vary to Teplice, to seek the waters' healing abilities. Although the spa houses—stunning examples of Art Nouveau, Neo Renaissance and neoclassical architecture—have evolved to include relaxation wrapped into wellness, the approach can still be a bit clinical. So for a truly pampering experience, spa-goers head to Prague. The spas here inhabit distinctive settings amid the capital city's famed historic architecture, adding designers' own unique takes. Combined with luxurious indulgence, a wide array of treatments and a fairytale setting, Prague is one of the best contemporary spa towns in the Czech Republic. Perusing Prague Four uniquely positioned hotel spas shine within the Czech Republic's historic city. TOP: COURTESY GEORGE APOSTOLIDIS; BOTTOM: COURTESY FOUR SEASONS HOTEL PRAGUE

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