From Romanesque to Art Nouveau to High Tech, Prague has been a veritable melting pot of architectural styles and treasures. Delve into the architecture of “the City of a Hundred Spires,” through an exploration of sites including the Prague Castle, known as Prague’s most iconic building; the Cubist houses, discussed for their political backdrop under which they were created; and the National Library of Technology, one of the most celebrated examples of contemporary architecture. Meet with architects, city planners, restorers, and historians who share their unique experiences of working within a historical canvas.
Hotel Paris - Built by renowned architect Jan Vejrych in 1904, the Hotel Paris epitomizes classic Art Nouveau style. Located in Prague’s Old Town, this five-star property boasts 86 elegantly-appointed and soundproof rooms are equipped with complimentary Wi-fi and satellite TV.
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Photography credits: Homepage image "Dancing House" by Jorge Franganillo; itinerary image NTK Hall by Ilya Rudomilov.