Date: Sunday, September 15, 2019
Place: Second floor foyer, Prague Congress Centre (Congress Venue)
Admission: Free access for all registered participants (delegates only), accompanying persons and exhibitors
Dress code: Casual
The Prague Congress Centre is one of the most dominant points in the city. It is located on one of Prague’s many hills, which provides visitors with a beautiful view of the world famous Prague panorama where the silhouette of Prague Castle, together with a myriad of towers belonging to churches, cathedrals, palaces and historical buildings from the centre, rise above the Vltava River and extensive parks. Its location is very practical, being easily accessible from the city centre by underground or motorway. It has its own underground system station, “Vyšehrad” and extensive parking facilities.
Date: Wednesday, September 18, 2019
Place: Žofín Palace
Admission: Free access for all registered delegates and accompanying persons. A valid entrance ticket is needed.
Transfer: No transportation is provided.
Dress code: informal or business
Žofín Palace is a Neo-Renaissance building perched on Slavic Island. It is protected as a cultural monument of the Czech Republic. The palace is an important venue for past and contemporary cultural and social life in Prague. The initiator of the building was representative Václav Antonín Novotný, former owner of the land. The palace was built in Classicist style between 1836–1837 and was named in honor of Archduchess Sophie. In 1884, the island and the palace were purchased by the City of Prague and rebuilt into the nowadays Neo-Renaissance style. Until the Municipal House was erected, Žofín Palace was a center of cultural and social events. To this day concerts, events, receptions and conferences are held there.