Casa Mila or also known as La Pedrera or is a modernist building in Barcelona, Spain. Several structural innovations include a self-supporting stone façade, and an free-plan floor, underground garage and the spectacular on the roof-terrace. UNESCO declared it as World Heritage Site in 1984. Here are some quick facts and figure about the building below.
Nationale Nederlanden building well known by its nick name Dancing House is a unique architecture in Prague. This building become famous after completed in 1996, because of its unique dancing shape. Here you will find some quick information and some facts about this awesome
Why is the Dancing House famous for?
|Architect||Frank Gehry, Vlado Milunic|
|Land Area||5,400 m2|
|Location||Prague, Czech Republic|
How to Get There?
Best Time to visit The Dancing House?
Prague weather is more pleasant in summer especially in the month of jun. The winter is a bit cold and dry.
What To See and DO near Dancing House ?
The curved architecture is unique not only in Prague but also the world. Beside the building view from outside you may also enjoy a dinner or a cup of coffee at Fred and Ginger restaurant at the top of the building. The restaurant is not as much pricey as considering its tourist attraction.
Entry Fees and Sections of the Dancing House
There is no entry fees to enter in this unique building, and it is also open 24 hours. The most amazing view is from the terrace which is accessible via the glass bar. Here is the opening timing of the other sections of dancing house.
Gallery is open every day from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and the entrance fee is 190 CZK.
Restaurant is open everyday from 11 a.m. to midnight.
Glass Bar is open everyday from 10 a.m. to midnight.
Where to Stay At Prague near Dancing House
- Dancing House Hotel
- Best Western City Hotel Moran
- Boat Hotel Matylda
- Mooo Downtown
- Mosaic House
- Mamaison Hotel Riverside Prague
- MH Apartments Central Prague
- Hotel Merlin
Dancing House in Pictures
View From outside
The Interior of the Dancing House
The Glass Bar
The Rooftop of Dancing House
Dancing House Hotel & Restaurant
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