Cultural and Art Journey of Central European History and Art with a private guide
This is an artistic and cultural journey through century of Central
European History and Art; from World Wars to Socialist regime, ending with the
contemporary art scene. The tour includes insider tips which permanent collections, the best antique shops, ( 2 of them)
temporary exhibitions, art cafes and specialized shops shouldn't be missed. This
sightseeing tour includes the famous buildings from Art Deco period, The Dancing House or Fred and Ginger, 2 masterpieces of the
famous contemporary artist David Cerny . After that, we will visit an art deco gallery shop,
with great items and good prices. We will finish our tour in Art Deco cafe.
Areas will cover
1. Hotel Grand Europe
2. 2 Contemporary art monuments
3. Famous Dancing House or Fred and Ginger
4. Prague Antiques ( 2 most prominent shops)
5. Art Deco cafe
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Jalta Boutique Hotel, Prague The Address: Václavské nám. 818/45, 110 00 Praha 1-Nové Město. This Hotel is in total downtown area, in Wenceslav Square no 45. A little down of the National Museum building and the Monument of saint Vaclav sitting on the Horse!
End location: End location: Either back to your hotel (if desired) or in a front of Jalta Hotel where we started the tour!
Duration: 4 hours
From 1 to 5 people
we will be walking and take even the public transportation
Estimated Local Cash Needed
400 CZK - 32 CZK - Public transportation ticket for 1 person
368 CZK - Per person is for the refreshment. We will have one coffee break and try local snacks during the tour in one art deco cafe
I am not a driver. I can accompany you in your vehicle or I can arrange for a separate car and driver.
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Nenad is a gem, a really sincere and lovely person who cares about the experience people have. I highly recommend this tour if you want to see some of the main tourist areas of Prague but don't want to be shoved around in a crowd not really appreciating anything. You get a real sense of how and why, and a feel for the true beauty of the place.