Prague is a city of very high standards, offering both historical and modern congress venues, hotels, restau¬rants and places of interest. When holding congresses in this beautiful city, we find that our clients are more than satisfied with the variety of excellent venues that provide a high standard of hospitality, with the overall costs being very competitive when compared to other European cities.
Prague - the capital of the Czech Republic situated on both banks of the Vltava river is a beautiful city with a rich history. Thanks to its location in the centre of Europe, Prague has always been an important crossroads of trade and culture. In the course of its thousand-year history, Prague has always been the political, cultural, and business centre of the country. Prague, often called "Golden" or "Hundred-spired", belongs to the architecturally unique European towns, attractive for tourists from around the world. Visitors find themselves enjoying a living museum of European architecture from Romanesque time to the present. Prague has 1,200,000 inhabitants and stretches over approximately 500 square kilometres. The dominant feature of the city is Prague Castle, which houses the gothic St. Vitus's Cathedral. The castle had been the seat of Czech kings since 1087, until 1918 when it became the seat of presidents of Czechoslovakia, and since 1993 it has been the seat of the president of the Czech Republic.
- Prague has a designated UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage area of more than 8 sq. km
- More than 100 personalities famous world-wide have lived in Prague (e.g. King Charles IV, Rudolph II, J. A. Comenius, W. A. Mozart, Franz Kafka, A. Einstein, A. Pick, M. Curie-Sklodowski, etc.)
- Over 100 theatres, concert halls, galleries, etc.
- Over 10,000 local and international artists
- All hotels are situated within 5 to 30 minutes from the city centre
- Prague is a destination serviced by many airlines, with good ground connections
For more information about Public Transport in Prague click here.Public transport
Prague has a very efficient subway, tram and bus transportation system. On the new Prague underground, peak hours trains run every 1 or 2 minutes, and during off-peak hours at least every 10 minutes. The most recent information on Prague's transportation system can be found on the official website http://www.dpp.czSubway
Prague Subway network consists of 3 lines designated by letters and differentiated in colour: A - green colour (Depo Hostivař station - Nemocnice Motol station), B - yellow colour (Černý most station - Zličín station), C - red colour (Letňany station - Háje station), with transfers possible at Museum station (lines A and C), Můstek station (lines A and B), Florenc station (lines B and C). Subway operates daily from 5 a.m. till midnight.Trams
Daytime operation is from 4:30 a.m. till midnight. Night-time operation is from 00:30 a.m. to 4:30 a.m. and is provided by tram numbers 51 to 59 with traffic intervals 30 minutes. The central transfer-station for night-time lines is Lazarská stop. Tram schedules are located at individual stops.Buses
The daytime and night-time operation of buses is similar to tram operation. Night-time service is provided by bus numbers 501 to 515. Bus schedules are located at individual stops.Connections
Find a connection at spojeni.dpp.cz