Hotel International Prague, one of the Czech cultural monuments is located in a quiet residential area in Prague 6, in immediate proximity to the city centre. Václav Havel airport is just a 20-minute drive away, a pleasant walk to the Prague Castle takes just ten minutes.
The hotel belongs among the largest conference facilities in Prague. Fourteen meeting rooms offer multifunctional facilities for meetings and conferences of various types, including two congress halls with capacities of up to 350 and 450 persons.
The conferece halls are primarily characterised by their unique high-quality decorations, high ceilings, and daylighting. The largest hall provides access to a terrace and the hotel’s extensive garden, which will certainly be a pleasant change during the conference coffee break.
The history of the hotel is very interesting. The building was built between 1952 and 1956 by decision of the then Minister of Defence Alexej Čepička. He reportedly hoped that the ceremonial opening would be attended by Josif Stalin.
The building was built in the socialist realism style and originally intended to serve as accommodation for soldiers. Eventually, the army declared that it could not use such over-sized accommodation, and so the building became a hotel at the last minute.
The venue hotel has blocked off a number of rooms for the MCE19 Conference attendees. The central area of Prague offers plenty alternative accomodation options to support every budget. Accomodation details are available here.
16000 Praha 6
Tel: +420 296 537 111 – email@example.com – www.internationalprague.cz
Prague has daily flights from all major European cities and the airport is just half hour or aprox. 20 km from the Prague city centre.
When in Prague, all major railway terminals are centrally located and easy to navigate to the venue and around the city.
When arriving by train you most likely will arrive at stations:
Main Railway Station (Hlavní nádraží) – Praha 2, Wilsonova (Metro line C, Hlavní nádraží station)
Masaryk Railway Station (Masarykovo nádraží) – Praha 1, Hybernská (Metro line B, Náměstí Republiky station)
Smíchov Railway Station (Smíchovske nádraží) – Praha 5, Nádražní (Metro line B, Smíchovské nádraží station)
You can easily plan your local public transport using Google Maps.
The most modern bus terminal in Prague is Florenc Bus Terminal, fully equipped and centrally located at the metro station Florenc. It is used with more than 100 domestic and international transport operators. One of the important transport companies is Student Agency, which schedule you can find here.The other important operators are Eurolines or FlixBus.
The bus connection to Prague from Germany and Austria is ensured by LEO Express.
Important bus stations in Prague
Florenc – Praha 8, Křižíkova (Metro lines B and C, Florenc station)
Na Knížecí – Praha 5, Nádražní (Metro line B, Anděl station)
Holešovice – Praha 7, Partyzánská (Metro line C, Nádraží Holešovice station)
Roztyly – Praha 4, Ryšavého (Metro line C, Roztyly station)
Černý Most – Praha 9 (Metro line B, Černý Most station)
Information on train and bus timetables: www.idos.cz
Public Transport in Prague is served by a modern and dense network of buses and trams supported by 3 metro lines. Mutlitle options of tickets for public transport can be purchased, e.g. a 30 minute ride for CZK 24 (€ 1.00) or a 90 minutes ride for CZK 32 (€ 1.25) in vending machines that accept CZK coins/paper currency or also bank cards.
Unique decorations can be found in its interior to this day. They are the work of leading Czech and Slovak artists and craftsmen. The quality of the processing and design of its decorative features and lighting fixtures is pleasantly surprising.