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Prague Congress Centre

IPC in Prague Congress Centre

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The Prague Congress Center is one of the best congress centers in the world. In addition to major scientific, medical and pharmaceutical congresses and conferences, political meetings, festivals, exhibitions and, last but not least, cultural events of all kinds are held thanks to its great variability.

How to get here

The Prague Congress Centre is adjacent to the Vyšehrad station on Line C of the Prague underground railway network, providing convenient access by public transport from the city’s airport and all major rail and bus stations. Maps, timetables, fares and route planning are available in English on the Prague Public Transport website

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Are you coming 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 


Prague is a popular congress destination and its popularity is still rising. Besides the architectural gems, the rich cultural life and the varied gastronomic offer, it boasts a friendly atmosphere and a safe environment. Prague called also as Mother of cities, City of a Hundred Spires or Golden City is known practically all over the world and belongs among the most beautiful European cities.
For more than 1000 years, Prague has played an important role in the history of the Czech nation, the Czech lands and Europe on the whole. Prague has a unique collection of historical monuments and picturesque streets combined with romantic atmosphere. Prague is the capital and the largest city of the Czech Republic and the 15th largest city of the European Union. 

Explore Prague and its sights 

According to the Guinness Book of Records, the Prague Castle is the largest castle in the world with its 7,28 hectares.
There are 18 bridges in Prague and the most famous is Charles Bridge. It is the oldest bridge over the Vltava river and the second oldest preserved bridge in the Czech Republic.
The decoration of the Old Town Square is an Astronomical Clock on the Old Town Hall called also as „Orloj“. The Astronomical Clock is one of the most important technical monuments of Prague and the first written mention dates back to 1410.
The highest building is the 216 meters tall Žižkov TV tower. The tower is decorated with huge babies designed by Prague artist David Černý.
Prague is proud of the „younger sister of the Eiffel Tower“, the Petřín lookout tower at 378 m above sea level, which was opened in 1891.
An important place is the historic fortification and fortress on the Vyšehrad rock. Here is also the tomb of Slavín near the church of St. Peter and Paul where important Czech personalities are buried.
The quarter of Josefov, which surrounds the Old Town, was called the Jewish Town until 1850. Today it is a preserved complex of important Jewish monuments of European significance. You can see for example the Old-New Synagogue here.
The cultural life in Prague is wide and can offer countless theaters, the best known is the National Theater, the Prague State Opera or the exhibition halls and museums.
Many famous artists loved Prague. Among them was music composer W. A. Mozart or Ludwig van Beethoven.

Find out more about Prague at Prague City Tourism website.

The Czech Republic

The Czech Republic is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Europe and boasts with a picturesque landscape full of forests, meadows, rivers, ponds and mountains, world-class spa, architecturally valuable cities in the List of UNESCO World Heritage, rich cultural life and top-class gastronomy.

The Czech Republic is located in the very heart of Europe and is surrounded by Germany to the west, Poland to the north, Slovakia to the east and Austria to the south. The beginnings of an independent Czech state fall into the second half of the 9th century, but the area was inhabited already during the Stone Age. 

What you may not know about the Czech Republic and places you must see

The Czech Republic is a land of fairy-tale castles and chateaux, there are more than 2 000 of them. The most visited is Karlštejn Castle, a gothic jewel founded by Charles IV., the charming castle Hluboká or the impressive chateau complex Lednice.
Winding romantic streets, beautiful chateau above the Vltava river, old town houses, pubs and cafes. This is the town of Český Krumlov, which is an exceptional architectural gem whose importance is confirmed by the UNESCO World Heritage List. There is also the second largest castle and chateau complex in the Czech Republic.
The country has the densest tourist network in the EU, which is also one of the most sophisticated in the world.
The Czech republic attracts by 4 national parks which represent its exceptional landscape.