While you’re visiting Prague, you have a once in a lifetime chance to experience something called a beer spa. At Beer Spa Bernard, you can enjoy an old spa therapy where you soak in warm beer while drinking unlimited amounts of Bernard beer, a Czech brand of quality beer. By using the best Czech hops and a specific brewing process, this beer is apparently different from other beers. The tap is right next to the bath, and you can refill your glass as many times as you please.

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This is the ultimate hot-tub party. In all of your life, this will probably be the only instance in which warm beer is a good thing (*remembers all the wasted warm beers during undergrad*). At 37 degrees Celsius, or 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit, the beer bubbles up around you like a whirlpool. The beer is made from yeast, hops, and other natural substances, and the heat and bubbles make the ingredients release vitamin B, carbohydrates, proteins, and other ingredients. The beer baths are healthy for your skin and quite relaxing after walking through the city all day. After soaking for 30 minutes,you can either rest in a warm bed or pay extra for a massage.

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Eastern Europe is known for their spa treatments and quality brewed beer that it’s no surprise the two have come together to create a unique, relaxing experience-perfect for an afternoon in Prague after walking around all day.

If you’re going to Prague anytime soon, this unique beer experience will cost you around 2000-3000 CZK, which is around $100-$140 dollars. If you plan to book a bath, make sure you reserve your spot ahead of time-especially during the summer peak season.

Would you soak in a beer bath?


Sydney Pereira is a student at New York University trying to change the world while simultaneously making enough money to travel when she's not studying or writing. She's also an athlete, music-lover, and avid news reader. When she's not exploring NYC, fresh flowers from the farmer's market and a cup of hot tea on a lazy Saturday are equally fulfilling.

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