Prague, capital of the Czech Republic, is a city with an exciting history considered one of the most beautiful in Europe. Every year it is visited by millions of people who admire its historic streets and the traces of the passage of communism through the city.
Prague has many attractions for lovers of architecture of all kinds imaginable and of all possible styles: Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, Neoclassical, Historicist, Neo-Arabic, Modernist, Cubist, Functionalist, Communist-era architecture … The variety is impressive. From the oldest such as the Astronomical Clock, Charles Bridge, Powder Tower or Wenceslas Square to modern icons such as Frank Gehry’s Dancing House, the unique aesthetics of the Prague Metro, the National Technical Library, the Moat Of the Deer, the Zone of the Bastion XXXI, the Golden Angel of the French architect Jean Nouvell, among others.
Choose from one of our tours oriented to design, urban planning and architecture, or ask one of our architects to prepare a customized itinerary. All our guides are professional architects.