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Prague Congress Centre

With beautiful panoramic views over the city, the Prague Congress Centre (PPC) is one of the most prominent landmarks of the Czech capital. The PPC complex also includes the Vyšehrad Business Centre and the 4-star Holiday Inn Prague Congress Centre with 251 rooms.

The Prague Congress Centre ranks among the best-known congress venues in Europe with more than 50 halls, reception and meeting rooms with the total capacity of up to 9,300 people, and 13,000 m2 of exhibition space.

The centre’s high technical standards and diverse options for arranging meeting spaces make the venue a prime choice for hosting exhibitions, social events, banquets, and cultural productions, as well as congresses and conferences.

The largest hall is the Congress Hall with the maximum capacity of 2,764. Thanks to its excellent acoustics, the Congress Hall ranks among the best concert halls in the world.

5. kvetna 1640/65, Nusle
140 00 Prague 4, Czech Republic

Phone: +420 261 171 111
How to get to the Prague Congress Centre

The Prague Congress Centre can be easily reached by metro line C (red line) to the station “Vyšehrad”, the PCC is located just in front of the metro station.

From the Airport (by public transport)

Take the bus No. 119 towards “Nádraží Veleslavín” (METRO station). Leave the bus at the end stop and change for the METRO green line “A” the direction towards “Depo Hostivar”. You will go 7 stops to the station “Muzeum”. Change there for the METRO red line C and go to the station “Vyšehrad”. The PCC is just next to this station. Travel by public transport will take approximately 45-50 minutes.

Public transport tickets must be purchased in advance, before boarding public transport buses. Tickets are sold by the Visitor Centre, Prague Public Transit company counters at Arrival Halls, available from ticket machines located around Terminals 1 and 2 Arrival Halls and directly at bus stops. Most ticket machines at the airport accept contactless credit card payments.

Standard ticket: 32 CZK (children 16 CZK)
Short-term ticket: 24 CZK (children 12 CZK)

The standard ticket is valid for 90 minutes and short-term ticket is valid for 30 minutes after marking.
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From the Airport (by taxi)

The distance from the Václav Havel Airport Prague is 15 kilometres. A taxi ride from the airport to the Prague Congress Centre will take approximately 30–45 minutes.

  • Ordering your transportation in advanced
    APT PRAGUE Transport Company
    +420 725 638 307

  • Using mobile taxi applications
    We also recommend using worldwide or local taxi apps or for transportation in Prague.
    Download the free apps from App Store or Google Play

  • Using taxi services with an operator (operators speak English)
    AAA Taxi
    +420 14 0 14
By car

The Prague Congress Centre is adjacent to the North-South Prague City Expressway – follow the road signs for Kongresové centrum Praha

GPS: 50.062112, 14.428886

Limited parking space is available in the Prague Congress Centre´s underground car park.
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Paid Parking zones – Parking in Prague

In Prague, parking is regulated by PAID PARKING ZONES (PPZ) in order to protect residents living in parts of town with a lot of traffic and to motivate visitors to avoid these parts of town and park in said zones only for period of time they really need. This way they will free up parking space for others. The founder of the PPZ is the city of Prague. The institute for technical maintenance of communications (ITMC) is the responsible supervisor of PPZ.

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