C0: Adolf Loos

A backbone path, whose central part cuts through the city along Klatovská třída / Klatovská Avenue, introduces the twelve Pilsen realisations by Adolf Loos and his collaborators.


C1: Old and New Centre

The path leading through the medieval heart of the city and part of its greater centre offers visitors an insight into how modern architecture was entering the prominent historical environment as well as how it helped form the character of the newer areas. 


C2: New Centre – Production and Residential District

The path leading through the area in the north-west part of the former Říšské Předměstí / Imperial Suburb offers colourful content in both typology and architecture.


C3: Southern Suburb

The path winding through the Southern Suburb tells the story of a new city area which was formed in the first half of the 20th century around Klatovská třída / Klatovská Avenue south of the Pilsen-Cheb rail line.


C4: Bezovka Residential Area

The residential district Bezovka, taking shape from the late 19th century west of Klatovská Avenue, is a valuable urbanism set close to the concept of garden cities.


C5: Doudlevce Area

The shortest of the architecture paths presents the Doudlevce neighbourhood – an area surrounded by the arc of the Pilsen-Klatovy railway and a meander of the Radbuza River which has preserved a great deal of its original character until today.


C6: Bory District

In the first half of the 20th century, the urbanistic qualities of this not particularly large area defined from three sides by Klatovská třída / Klatovská  Avenue, náměstí Míru / Peace Square and Borský park / Bory Park were used for the development of housing complexes by the then Škoda Works, but also by a number of construction companies and minor builders.


C7: Doudlevce District

The path going through the non-existing village Doudlevce between the railway line and the Radbuza River is typologically twofold – a dozen of industrial objects is complemented by smaller residential buildings.


C8: Lochotín and Roudná Districts

The only non-circuit trail connects two different parts of the city – calm environment in the vicinity of the Lochotín Park with an array of outstanding modernist buildings and the area of Roudná where the historical urban structure was just supplemented by interwar houses.


C9: Brewery, Štrunc Park and Surrounds

Going along both of the banks of the Radbuza River the route of the shortest of the existing trails introduces modern architecture linked to two attributes that have been characteristic for Pilsen so far – beer and sports.


C10: Škoda Works and Karlov Colony

The significance of what was once the largest industrial enterprise in Pilsen is also illustrated by the trail, which takes the public on a virtual tour through the extensive area south-west of the city centre and, in addition to dozens of production halls and other industrial buildings, includes the no longer existing residential buildings of the Karlov colony or the Habrman School.


C11: Petrohrad

Besides industrial heritage, the trail through the formerly working-class district of Petrohrad, extending southeast of the main railway station, mainly presents a number of residential buildings embedded in a rectangular grid of city blocks.


C12: Eastern Suburb

The route of the trail presents the architecture and building culture in the residential part of the former Prague Suburb between Jirásek Square and Milada Horáková Square, which is characterized by a star-shaped structure of generously proportioned streets lined with greenery and smaller apartment buildings and family houses.


C13: Slovany

The typologically rather homogeneous contents of the trail passing through the garden district of V Podhájí (later called Na Slovanech) along Slovanská Avenue comprise solitary houses, semi-detached houses, terraced houses and several apartment buildings.


C14: Doubravka

One of the longest trails with Masarykova Street as its natural axis shows the significant transformation that the district of Doubravka underwent in the interwar period using numerous examples of modern and modernist architecture.


C15: Lobzy and Letná

The diverse character of the two districts near the Úslava River is also reflected in the contents of the trail, which present surviving examples of urban social development and other selected residential buildings as well as several industrial buildings.


C16: Světovar, Petřín and the Surroundings of Homolka

The trail offers a colourful combination of building types: terraced houses, semi-detached houses and detached residential houses built near the railway line from Cheb to Vienna and, in the vicinity of Homolka, the Světovar Brewery premises, the nearby tram depot or the Petřín Sokol Hall.


C17: Bolevec, Zavadilka and Košutka

The trail, whose route between Zavadilka and Košutka passes through the Lochotín housing estate, makes more visible the shrouded layer of architecture and building culture that was pushed back and partially overwritten by newer construction; together with selected family houses, it also includes the memorial chapel in the Bolevec Cemetery or the Masaryk School.