Conference Location

The conference will take place at the Ambassador Zlata Husa Hotel, Václavské NámÄ›stí 5-7, 111 24, Prague, Czech Republic.

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Conference Location Guide

Prague is one of the oldest and most beautiful cities in the world. It is located in the very heart of Europe and its origin dates back to the 9th century. Prague boasts a well preserved historical centre incorporating all existing architectonic styles. The historical centre, together with the Prague Castle with its many palaces, temples, galleries and museums, is protected by UNESCO. The river Vltava, running through hills and valleys, enhances the beauty of the already rich landscape. Prague has eight islands, the most beautiful of which is Kampa, where you can also see how high the water reached during the floods in 2002. At Zofin, close to the National Theatre, you can take a romantic boat trip that will show you Prague from a different, untraditional angle.

Prague is an ideal place for those who like to discover the historical monuments of the old continent on foot. To walk through the historical centre of the town will take you half a day. There are numerous land marks (the Old Town Square, the river Vltava, the Prague Castle, different towers and the Prague Eiffel Tower – the Petrin Tower), so you can enjoy your holiday without being afraid of getting lost. Sightseeing boat tours on the Vltava and views from the many towers located in the centre offer a different and breathtaking perception of Prague, the city of a hundred towers. Prague has only a little over a million inhabitants, and most of the young population speaks English. In the centre there are tourist information bureaus that will gladly provide you with any information you require.

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