Dancing House, Prague
Categories: Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
Aptly named Dancing House is one of the more unusual buildings in the city center, a modern glass structure surrounded by Gothic and Baroque architecture. Designed by architects Vlado Milunic and Frank Gehry, the curvy glass tower appears clutched against a more upright structure, making the combination look like a pair of dancers. Nicknamed the "Fred and Ginger Building" after the celebrated dance duo, the building caused controversy in the 1990s, as some critics felt it did not accord well with the surrounding architectural styles. Visit the top floor, which houses a restaurant and offers views stretching all the way to the city's famous castle. By using our Prague holiday planner, you can arrange your visit to Dancing House and other attractions in Prague.
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Well, I have been living in Prafue almost all my life, but this was my 1st time in Dancing House and it was really amazing! Wow view to Prague and Prague Castle, Moldau river, National Theatre, Náplav... read more »
Até por ser moderno, o prédio é diferente de tudo o que se costuma a ver em Praga. Passamos para tirar foto no retorno do Castelo e Parque Vyšehrad.Even for being modern, the building is unlike anything they see in Prague. We get in return from the Castle and Vyšehrad Park.show original
Esta atracción es la parte moderna de la ciudad, esta un poco retirado del centro... pero la vale la pena ir a conocerlo... como dato les cuento que en el ultimo piso del edificio hay un Rooftop donde... read more »This attraction is the modern part of the city, is a little removed from the Center... but the worth it go to meet him... a fact I tell them that in the last floor of the building there is a Rooftop where you can go to have a coffee, or chat and enjoy the view that has!show original
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