The most unique building in Prague is the dancing house. As long as you look at it once, you will never forget it. The twisted glass shape is like a broken one.
The two towers that are twisted and twisted are like two people dancing and dancing. The vehicles coming and going are dragging out the long light rails, making the Old Town of Prague also a generation...
The dancing house between the Old Town of Prague and the Castle District is one of the places where every tourist travelling to Prague must visit. This strangely shaped house attracts many tourists to come and explore. The top of the strange house has an excellent visual view, where you can photograph many scenic views along the two banks. Especially in the afternoon or evening, it is almost overcrowded. So, if you want to take beautiful photos, be sure to get up early and come to this place! Travel Tips: The top view deck of the dancing house is not a free tour. You need to spend 100 Czech coins in your coffee shop to enter, but with the absolute fare. Cheesecake is not as bad, a cake and a cup of coffee, basically enough for tickets!
On the streets of the new city of Prague, there is such a very individual house, like a pair of dancers dancing, this is the dancing house, everyone is the same, came here to witness the house. The dancing house is now a commercial building. It is not open to the public. If you want to go in, you can only go to the French restaurant and cafe on the top floor, and the platform on the top floor overlooks Prague.
Dancing house next to the Vltava River, standing on the bridge and looking at the buildings in Prague, how to look like it, how to look is not tired.
The dancing house, whose real name is the National Security Building of Niederland, is the iconic avant-garde building in the new district of Prague. It was designed by the famous architects Brado Milunic and Frank Gehry. Since its establishment in 1996, its The twisted "dancing" style has long been a beautiful landscape on the banks of the Vltava. Today, the Dancing House has become a hot spot for photographers after the medieval architecture of Prague. The building has galleries, hotels, restaurants and landscape bars.