House of the Black Madonna

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  • Prague: 6-Hour City Tour including Cruise and Lunch

    1. Prague: 6-Hour City Tour including Cruise and Lunch

    See Prague the best way you can: on foot and by tram, so you can explore the beautiful cobbled streets and narrow lanes where bus tours simply can’t go. Whether you’re on a short break or you want to get an overview of the city before exploring independently, this tour makes sure you see the main sights and learn about their history from people who are passionate about Prague. This full-day tour lets you see the best the city has to offer, with friendly, highly knowledgeable guides. Visit the most famous landmarks and discover the hidden gems of the Golden City, including the impressive Astronomical Clock, the Estates Theatre, and the Tyn Church. You’ll start off in the historic Old Town Square and explore the Old Town, home to amazingly rich history and beautiful, diverse architecture. Next, set off to explore the historic Jewish Quarter. Your guide will lead you through the synagogu...

    Simone was the best tour guide I've had! She was very knowledgeable and warm with everyone. This tour is great if you are looking for an overview of Prague. Simone also helped us plan some of the rest of our site seeing and gave helpful tips on food, places to visit alonge, and figuring out transportation

  • Prague Art Nouveau and Cubist Architecture 3-Hour Tour

    2. Prague Art Nouveau and Cubist Architecture 3-Hour Tour

    Art Nouveau style was a universal phenomenon that emerged near the end of the 19th century, and was eagerly adopted in Prague. Art Nouveau constructions represent some of the most significant landmarks in the city. During this 3-hour guided walk you’ll learn to recognize the features of Art Nouveau design, from the ginkgo biloba leaves on façades, revealing oriental influences on the style, to the elaborate light fixtures that are hallmarks of Art Nouveau interiors. It is no accident that most of the city’s Art Nouveau buildings are hotels, elegant bars and restaurants, and train stations. These were frequented by the first globetrotters, who were enjoying the fruits of 19th-century industrialization in the early years of the 20th century before war swallowed up their world. Visit the stunning Lucerna bar and the elegant Grand Hotel Europa. Draw parallels throughout the walk, with exa...

    Very good tour guide! We enjoyed 3 wonderful hours (*) full of insights (architecture, arts) along with the background (history, society) to get to know Prague better. We did immerge in the city as it was ~100 years ago. (*) 3 hours with short refreshment breaks of course.

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What people are saying about House of the Black Madonna

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 44 reviews

Bonita was an absolutely amazing guide. She knows very much about Prague, about architecture and Czech history and puts it all into context. She's very passionate about the city and its people and she makes that spark catch. We saw parts of the city that we'd never have found on our own. Bonita also gave us great tips for other activities after the tour. I definitely recommend this tour for anyone interested in architecture and 20th century European history. Consider yourself lucky if you get Bonita as your guide: she's passionate about what she does and makes it fun to follow her around the city.

Simone was the best tour guide I've had! She was very knowledgeable and warm with everyone. This tour is great if you are looking for an overview of Prague. Simone also helped us plan some of the rest of our site seeing and gave helpful tips on food, places to visit alonge, and figuring out transportation

Very good tour guide! We enjoyed 3 wonderful hours (*) full of insights (architecture, arts) along with the background (history, society) to get to know Prague better. We did immerge in the city as it was ~100 years ago. (*) 3 hours with short refreshment breaks of course.

This was a perfect introduction to the city of Prague. Touching on it’s rich history as well as a practical guide to the physical layout of the city for those people who will be staying in Prague and intend to explore more extensively.

Beautiful tour with an excellent guide, who is well prepared to enter into all kinds of philosophical discussions, while exploring the architecture in this stunning city. Highly recommend!