Wondering where to stay and how to get around once you get into Prague? The conference will be held at the Klub Lavka, in the old city center district of Praha 1, and most conference events will be held within walking distance of the venue.
Prague has many direct rail, bus, and flight connections to most major European cities. In the summer, there are also direct transatlantic flights to/from New York (JFK) and several other US airports.
Prague’s Vaclav Havel airport provides many direct and low-cost flights with airlines such as Czech Airlines, Ryanair, Wizz Air, Air Berlin, Norwegian... You get the idea. To get from the airport to the city center, you can either take a bus (average journey time 30 minutes, cost ~30czk) or a taxi (average journey time 15-20 minutes depending on traffic, cost ~500czk).
Prague’s main train station (Hlavni Nadrazi / hl.n) is a central railway hub, with direct trains to Germany, Poland, Austria, and Hungary. We recommend train lines by EuroCity (EC), InterCity (IC) or RailJet (RJ). You can even take a train from Denmark inside a ferry!
To look up train connections, head over to the ČD Website.
Prague is a popular destination among backpackers and shoestring travelers, so there are many affordable bus options if you are traveling within Europe. The biggest Czech bus company Student Agency operates direct bus lines between Prague and cities like Berlin, Vienna, Zagreb, Munich, etc. Global companies like Eurolines operate direct lines to many European cities.
We are not working with any of the hotels for attendee accommodations, but there are countless hotels and Airbnb apartments available within walking distance of the venue. Just head over to your favorite booking site or use one of these sites to research accommodation:
If you need help or advice when considering a specific hotel or apartment, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be happy to help you out.
Prague is a very accessible city and there are many transportation options available, public and otherwise.
The Prague Public Transit Co. runs an extensive network of trams, buses, and 3 metro lines. You can buy a single ticket, day ticket, or 5-day pass at ticket machines, Trafika stands (tobacconists) and at the train and bus stations.
If you’re flying into Prague Airport (PRG), you can take bus number 100, 119, or the Airport Express (AE) bus. Depending on where you are staying, these bus lines will connect you to several major metro stations as well as the main train station. More information on airport transfers.
Prague does have Uber but it’s still pretty young and rides are not easily located. However, there are several reliable local taxi companies:
IMPORTANT: Do not hail/flag taxis in the city center. As with most major European cities, taxi scams do occur and can be easily avoided by calling in advance or using an official taxi stand/rank (these are marked with a TAXI sign and a posted fact sheet in Czech and English).