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Ludvig Mies van der Rohe is the architect of this house - one of the most brilliant architects ever. The colors are just perfect. It changes all the time and it is masterpiece of architecture. If you are in Brno please don't miss this.
The Tugendhat Villa is a modernist architectural gem you must see if you love good architecture and want to see and feel it at its best.
Now a UNESCO world heritage site and beautifully restored to its former glory after decades of destruction and neglect...More
This is not the review of the place itself, but rather the review of the guided tour in German language that I attended with my friend. Even though I speak Czech, me and my friend chosen German tour, as my friend speaks good German, but...More
Date of experience: November 2018
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Petr D, Manažer komunikace at Villa Tugendhat, responded to this reviewResponded 13 November 2018
Dear 785jankak, thank you for your review, we're really sorry for your very unpleasant experience at Villa Tugendhat, which is unfortunately our first negative review of a German guided tour. Nevertheless we definitely appreciate your review,as one of our main aims is of course to...More
What a house! It is hard to imagine how was it possible to have all those features like literally 100 years ago (almost) :)
I booked extended tour which was very good. I had to book this place about 6 months in advance. If you...More
Villa Tugendhat is just immaculate and a type of building everyone have to see at least once in their life! The tour was perfect, our guide knew a lot about the Villa. And the interior is breathtaking, so is the garden!
PS: The mechanism of...More
This house is well worth planning ahead for, as a very limited number on each tour. A special thank you to Lucas, our guide, who was so relaxed and clearly loved the house to bits! He never rushed us around and his English was superb....More
It's a 3 hour journey by bus from Prague which is not really worth spending so much time to reach there. They allowed us to enter only the garden which has nothing to see. You need to make the reservation 4 months in advance and...More
Response from MichaelA364 | Reviewed this property |
I had the same problem the first time I went. I sent an email to Tugendhat Villa explaining that I really wanted to visit the Villa and it turned out that they had a visit during my stay that didn't show up on their... More
I had the same problem the first time I went. I sent an email to Tugendhat Villa explaining that I really wanted to visit the Villa and it turned out that they had a visit during my stay that didn't show up on their web-site, but not in English, only in Czech. My Czech is non-existent, but I still really enjoyed the tour - even if parts of it left me a bit perplexed. To some extent you can prepare the visit in advance on the internet . Also, in my case, the young Czech guide did speak some English, so at the end of the visit I chatted with her and asked her questions about the parts of the visit I hadn't understood. Even if there aren't extra visits during your stay, if you really are travelling a long way, it's worth asking in your email if they could let you join a visit that is already full. The staff there are really friendly and it's well worth a try.