Venue & Hospitality

Conference Dates: April 13-14, 2020

Hotel Services & Amenities

  • Audio/Visual Equipment Rental.
  • Business Center.
  • Business Phone Service.
  • Complimentary Printing Service.
  • Express Mail.
  • Fax.
  • Meeting Rooms.
  • Office Rental.
  • Photo Copying Service.
  • Secretarial Service.
  • Telex.
  • Typewriter.
  • Video Conference.
  • Video Messaging.
  • Video Phone.
  • ATM.
  • Baggage Storage.


About City

Prague is the largest capital city in the Czech Republic. Prague is viewed one of the most historical place in the Eastern Europe and historical capital of Bohemia situated near to North West of Vltava river. while urban zone area is expected to 2.2 million people. Prague is said to be a political, cultural and economic center with a rich history. Prague is traditionally one of the cultural centers of Europe, hosting many cultural events. The city played major roles in the Bohemian and Protestant Reformation.

Prague mission is to stand-in the development of each domestic and international business enterprise in Czech. Prague is one of the best tourism enriched culture city .it has many world famous attractions like Prague castle which is symbol of heritage and culture of city and many famous places like oldest bridge called as Charles bridge old town hall with astronomical clock and other historical places like Jewish museum and church of our lady and most important towers of Prague  and recreation places like Kampa park ,municipal house , rasanova nabrezi embankment, and one of the modern monument dancing house .Prague climate is very cold climate at winters and little summer season.

Prague is well known for its Christmas celebrations and it also have many brewing industries. Prague occupy 25% GDP rate making it the highest performing regional economy of the country. Prague holds many multinational and international companies. Prague has around 12 universities and the city of Prague is hub for research. It is the educational hub and holds around 39 out of 54 institutes of the Czech Academy of Sciences, including the major ones, the Institute of Physics, the Institute of Microbiology and the Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry. Czech Republic grips finest position in abroad for unifying educational trips, workshops, and presentations. 

Prague is a destination that is forever fashionable. It’s been on the traveler map for a protracted time, and the crowds show no signs of subsiding. Town holds a special place in my heart not simply because it absolutely was the primary international city with however additionally because of its fairy-tale landscapes, romantic streets, charming suites and aesthete architectures.

Prague Currency is called koruna. It accepts Euros also. The approximate value of 100 CZK is 4 EUR/5 USD you can exchange in local markets.

Prague city is known to be the food pivots in Europe. Many beer and wine industries are greater worth in global market.


Prague flourishes in spring. This begins in the second half of March when temperatures rise above freezing, the snow starts to melt, and the first flowers appear. At the beginning of March, temperatures can still sometimes drop a bit below freezing. April in the Czech Republic is quite unpredictable and can change from sunny to snowy in a matter of minutes. It can also get windy and temperatures can vary quite a bit. Main events in spring include St. Patrick’s Day in March, the Easter Markets in April..

Things to do in Prague in April

If you want to pick up a unique souvenir for yourself or some special gifts for friends and family back home, pop into Artel during your holiday in Prague. This brand has several stores – one in Platnéřská Street, one in Celetná Street in Old Town and one in U Lužickeho semináře in Malá. Each store specialises in handcrafted Bohemian crystal glassware which you can have custom made with whatever patterns or words you like. If you take a photo along with you, the staff can even sketch the photo onto the glass.

All the products for sale here are mouth-blown and hand-engraved by local Czech artisans and are available in the shape of drinking glasses, decanters, bottles, candleholders, bowls and pitchers. For a unique cultural experience, consider the Invisible Exhibition. This exhibition allows you to step into the shoes of a blind person to find out just what their daily life is really like. During the 90-minute tour, your group will be led in complete darkness by blind and partially-sighted people who will take you through seven different situations to see how you deal with everyday tasks such as paying for a cup of coffee on a bar and choosing the right seasonings for your meal – all without being able to see a thing. At the end of the tour, you'll be taken to a room full of gadgets used by blind people every day, such as talking scales and a Braille typewriter.

The idea behind the exhibition is to bring the worlds with and without sight closer together so that we can better understand each other. Tours take place every 15 minutes Monday to Friday noon-8pm and on weekends and public holidays 10am-8pm. Petřín Hill is a hill located in the centre of Prague, rising around 130m above the left bank of the Vltava River. Almost entirely covered in parks and recreational spaces, this hill is one of the greenest areas in Prague, making it a great place to spend the day if the weather's fine.

There are loads of things to do here including climbing or riding the funicular to the top for the panoramic views and climbing to the top of the Petřín Tower for even better views. For a more relaxed day out, you can also admire the statue of the great Czech romantic poet Karel Hynek Mácha, explore the observatory and wander through the rose garden. Families with children will have great fun in the Mirror Maze and pony rides which take place daily throughout April.

Art lovers won't want to miss the chance to see the Troja Chateau during their holiday in Prague. Located in an outer suburb in the north of the city, this luxury baroque palace is surrounded by gardens and vineyards which are overflowing with exotic plant life that will be beginning to bloom in April. Built for the Counts of Sternberg between 1679 and 1691, this palace features architecture inspired by France and Italy, with a striking white and terracotta façade and triangular roofs. One of the highlights of the palace is the staircase which depicts a struggle between the gods of antiquity, the titans and symbolical figures representing day, night and the continents.