Golden Lane Prague
Golden Lane dates back to the 15th Century and has an extremely charming, old world quaintness about itself. Once you enter the Golden Lane, you will come across a lot of historic buildings. You will also keep seeing many period scenes which have been created to show the life of the artisans who once lived and worked inside the lane. The lane captures the essence of Prague’s glorious history beautifully and embodies the pride and rich culture of the people of this country. It also has an extremely interesting story that goes behind the naming of the Golden lane as the Golden Lane.
The story suggests that, in the past centuries- alchemists came here coming for Gold and that is why it is called the Golden Lane. A walk through this lane and you will get to breathe in Prague’s air!
The Dancing House
Dancing House (Tancici dum) is situated in a fine location by the Vltava River in the city of Prague. Its design is quite unique, and especially very striking to the city centre. It is quite a modern building surrounded by historical architecture.
The construction of the Dancing House took place between the years 1992 and1996. It has very daring and curvy outlines. This is what led its architects Vlado Milunc and the American Frank Owen Gehry to originally name it as the “Fred and Ginger Building”, after the dance duo who were very well renowned.
The top floor of Dancing House is the only part of the building open to the public, and is home to one of the city’s leading restaurants: The Ginger & Fred Restaurant.
Head to the architecturally wonderful and totally ‘one-of-a-kind’ building of the Dancing House in Prague by grabbing the Dancing House tickets on sale. And the best thing when you buy tickets for the Dancing House listed here is that you save a lot more on the Dancing House ticket prices while getting to explore the curvy interiors of the Dancing House under a professional supervision.
Tickets for the Dancing House are on a huge demand so make sure you book tickets for Dancing House without delay.
St Vitus Cathedral
St. Vitus Cathedral is the most important buildings that dominate the Prague castle complex. Thus, many visitors are in a misconception that St. Vitus Cathedral is Prague castle. This cathedral is regarded as the spiritual symbol of the state of Czech and is said to be the masterpiece of the architecture in Gothic style. St. Vitus cathedral is the largest cathedral in Prague and even many of the king’s and queen’s coronations took place in this cathedral.
The cathedral hall is free to explore, but you need to have an admission ticket if you want to view the entire cathedral. The cathedral is also said to be the burial place of many kings and queens of Czech.
Things that make it a must visit tourist attraction in prague are – you can have a complete view of the Golden Portal, Interiors of cathedral, Famous chapels, Triforium and even a bronze door which is decorated with reliefs with scenes from the history of the cathedral. The full name of the cathedral is St. Vitus, St. Wenceslas and St. Adalbert Cathedral. You should surely pay visit to the Bell tower that has 287 steps.