Dancing House, Prague, Czech Republic

Dancing House tours, things to do and tickets

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Private

Prague’s History: Heydrich & World War II

Duration: 3 hours
Swap Prague’s Medieval history for its WWII past. Explore places with an important significance for the country’s wartime history and hear the stories about ‘The Butcher of Prague’, Reinhard Heydrich. Start your private tour at the Dancing house, one of the few buildings in Prague with a modern architecture style. The building is set on a property with a great historical significance and your local host will tell you everything about it. Head down to Cyril and Methodius Cathedral, where you’ll visit its famous crypt. The place is known for its dramatic story: the assassins of Heydrich were hidden here but afterwards, the Nazis discovered the place and execute them. Hear all the interesting facts about Heydrich’s assassination, and how people resisted the Nazi occupation. Take the tram to your next stop and get more local insights from your private guide. The next stop is Petschek Palace, the headquarters of Gestapo. The neoclassicist building was the place where many interrogations and tortures took place during WWII. Stroll through the Old Town streets and pass by the statue of the kissing soldiers, which symbolizes the liberation" of Czechoslovakia by the Red Army. Enter Prague’s Main station and be amazed by its Art Nouveau architecture. The place is full of history and hosts a monument in memorial of Sir Nicholas Winton, a British man who organized a rescue of Jewish children from Czechoslovakia. Hear the tales of Winton’s heroism and the monument called the Farewell Memorial. Cap off your private tour with a hidden place only known by a few locals. Take a short ride by tram and hop off in a picturesque neighborhood. Discover a secret birth center run by the Gestapo, where women from concentration camps used to gave birth. Feel free to ask your local host about the things that happened here, they know all the intriguing facts. The knowledgeable local hosts can’t wait to show you Prague’s past in a local way. From main spots to hidden gems and unique facts about Heydrich, they know it all. Check out their personal videos and choose the local host you like the most. Get in touch and personalize your tour to fit your group preferences."

Prague Vltava River Sightseeing Cruise

Duration: Flexible
See Prague from a new angle on this leisurely 1 hour Sightseeing Cruise along the Vltava River! Relax on the open deck or inside as you waft past showpiece sights, including monumental Prague Castle, stately Rudolfinum and statue-topped Charles Bridge. Enjoy on-board refreshments (own expense), and hear interesting audio commentary about Prague’s long history.
Private

Prague In One Day Private Tour

Duration: 7 hours
Would you like to see as much as possible but you have only one day? This private Prague tour will take you through all parts of the historical city centre and beyond. With your private guide of Prague you will have a chance to see the world-famous Dancing House, an exquisite example of Prague‘s modern architecture, the Vineyards with Plecnik‘s Church of the Holiest Heart of Jesus, the Broadcasting Tower in Zizkov – which, at 216 meters high, is the tallest building in Prague - Art Nouveaux in Prague with the Municipal House, Baroque in Prague with the magnificent St.Nicholas Church, National Theatre, Petrin Observation Tower and much more…
Private

Private Half-Day Walking Tour of Prague's Highlights

Duration: 4 hours
Embark on a private 4-hour walking tour of Prague for an introduction to many of the city's highlights. Explore the city on foot and see such sites of historical interest as Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, and the Old New Synagogue, as well as some more recent additions to the city's landscape including Frank Gehry's 'Dancing House.'