Prague Congress Centre
- 5. kvetna 65
- 140 21 Prague 4, EC1Y 4SD
- Prague Congress Centre
This year, for the very first time, we’re bringing The Future of Web Apps to Prague and home for the three days we’re in town will be the imposing Prague Congress Centre! This purpose-built facility is one of the dominant landmarks of the capital with a wonderful panoramic view of the city.
Traveling to: Prague Congress Centre
Prague Congress Centre is right next to Vyšehrad metro station (line C).
The nearest tram stop is Svatoplukova. It is in Nusle, directly underneath Nusle Bridge (Nuselský most). Trams numbers 7, 18 and 24 stop here. After getting off the tram walk under the railway line and up the steps through the park straight to the Congress Centre which you will be able to see above you.
From Florenc bus station travel 4 stops by metro in the direction of Háje (line C).
From the Main Railway Station travel 3 stops by metro in the direction of Háje (line C).
1) from the North along the D8 motorway
If you are travelling from the north along the E55 motorway in the direction from Dresden, follow the signs to the centre. After you have crossed the Vltava river drive through the centre in the direction of Nusle Bridge (Nuselský most). After crossing the bridge turn right and follow the signs to Prague Congress Centre. At the roundabout turn right towards the ÖMV petrol station. This will take you to the underground car park.
2) from the South along the D1 motorway
If you are coming by motorway in the direction from Brno, Vienna or Bratislava, follow the signs to the centre. You will come to a street named ‘ulice 5. května’. Before reaching Nusle Bridge (Nuselský most) turn right towards the Corinthia Towers hotel and then follow the signs to Prague Congress Centre. At the roundabout turn right in the direction of the ÖMV petrol station. This will take you to the underground car park.
3) from the West along the D5 motorway
If you are coming by motorway in the direction from Rudná, drive along the Prague ring road (Pražský okruh) to the centre. After crossing the river you will join the Jižní spojka. Follow the signs to the centre, then to a street named ‘ulice 5. května’. Before reaching Nusle Bridge (Nuselský most) turn right towards the Corinthia Towers hotel. You will then come to a roundabout where you should turn right in the direction of the ÖMV petrol station. This will take you to the underground car park.
4) from the East along the D11 motorway
When coming from Hradec Králové and as you approach the centre of Prague follow the signs in the direction of Černý Most and then for centrum-Karlín. You will reach Těšnov Tunnel (Těšnovský tunel). After going through the tunnel, turn left immediately heading to the centre so that you join the arterial road (magistrála). Drive along this road through part of the centre. You will then reach Nusle Bridge (Nuselský most). After crossing the bridge turn right; at the roundabout turn right towards the ÖMV petrol station. This will take you to the Prague Congress Centre underground car park.
“The ancient splendor and beauty of Prague, a city beyond compare, left an impression on my imagination that will never fade” – Richard Wagner.
If you’re heading out for dinner, you might like to consider the Old Town district, the medieval heart of the city, where some of the most beautiful sights of Prague can be seen.
Kolkovna – Kolkovna serves good, honest Czech food and fresh Pilsner Urquell beers in a historical, pub style restaurant. Good prices, but gets busy so best to book.
Sherwood Restaurant & Bar – Ideal for informal group dining, with decent food priced to match most groups’ budgets, in a friendly atmosphere. Booking recommended.
The Medieval Tavern – Looking for something really different? Experience a 5 course medieval banquet, complete with “live medieval music & entertainment” – whatever that entails?!
Entertainment & Leisure
If you’re looking for something to fill your evenings while you’re in town, we highly recommend a visit to the Prague State Opera – an incredibly beautiful building with a turbulent past, surviving World War II and the rise and fall of Communism. Now The Prague State Opera presents a varied programme of opera and ballet performances by Verdi, Tchaikovsky, Puccini, Rossini, Donizetti, Prokofiev and other international composers.
It would be crazy not to mention the incredible brewing heritage boasted by Prague and the surrounding area! The Czechs are the largest consumers of beer per capita on the planet, so make like a local and head to a Beer Tasting :)