Romanesque up to modern style buildings of Prague with a private guide
A walk through 1000 years of fascinating architecture history in a chronological sequence in the area of the Old Town and the New Town of Prague - it comprises examples of the Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Roccoco style, Classisism, Neo-styles of the end of 19th century, Art Noveau, Cubism, Rondo-cubism, and modern styles of the first and second half of the 20th century - the last example will be the famous "Dancing House" (1996).
Prague is a textbook or achitecture. Thanks to the fact that it was not destroyed during WW2 and that its beauty was redicovered after communist regime by granting it to be on UNESCO world's cultural heritage list in 1992, we can admire many buildings of different styles of architecture at relatively very small area of the city. During this tour we can also see buildings in a chronological order - from the oldest (Rotunda of Holy Cross (1125) to the newest (Dancing House (1996)).
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: The tour will start in the lobby of your hotel.
End location: The tour will finish in front of the Dancing House, or if preferred, at the Wenceslas Square.
Duration: 4 hours
This is a walking tour.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
500 CZK - for any purchases of a personal nature (equal to $20 USD)
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The city is fantastic and Katerina make it all understandable. Withour her the beauty of the city will be that. With her you will understand how this fantistic city comes to life.
Jose L Mundo