The conference will be held in the Faculty of Business Administration, University of Economics, in Prague, Czech Republic.
Prague is the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic and the country's most popular tourist destination.
Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, is the magical city of bridges, cathedrals, gold-tipped towers and church domes, whose image has been mirrored in the surface of the Vltava river for more than ten centuries.
Much has been written about this truly beautiful city and the reasons why Prague remains so popular are quite simple. You will understand this simplicity by strolling along the cobblestone streets of the old town, observing the fantastic architecture of the buildings, the churches and the magnificent Castle.
The River Vltava splits this wonderful city into two halves while Charles Bridge links them together. Prague Castle and the Little Quarter are situated on one side, and the Old and New Towns and the Jewish Quarter on the other. In Prague it is very easy to get around on foot or by using public transport. Walking is a very enjoyable way to see Prague. But to feel and enjoy the real Prague be prepared to abandon your sightseeing itinerary for a moment, put away your map and wander off the beaten track; explore narrow side streets and courtyards, where Prague is often at its most charming and beautiful. There’s something new and interesting around every corner.
While in Prague, you will encounter incredible historical points of interest.
The historic centre of Prague (Hradčany with Prague Castle, the Lesser Quarter, Old Town including the Charles Bridge and Josefov, New Town and Vyšehrad) occupies an area of 866 ha and has been on UNESCO’s World Heritage List since 1992.
The centre of Prague is characterised by winding alleys and constructions of all architectural styles – Romanesque rotundas, Gothic cathedrals, Baroque and Renaissance palaces, Art Nouveau, Classicist, Cubist and Functionalist houses and modern buildings.
The city is rich in monuments from ail periods of its history. Of particular importance are Prague Castle, the Cathedral of St Vitus. Hrad2'any Square in front of the Castle, and the Valdstejn Palace on the left bank of the river, the Gothic Charles Bridge, the Romanesque Rotunda of the Holy Rood, the Gothic arcaded houses round the Old Town Square, and the High Gothic Minorite Church of St James in the Staré Mĕsto, and the late 19th century buildings and town plan of the Nové Mĕsto.
Prague is a major transport hub in Central Europe. Accessibility, whether by air, road or rail is very good. Due to its location in the middle of Europe, Prague is the best start point for trips to other Central and Eastern European countries and beyond. International airport and railway stations are connected to the city centre by effective system of public transport.
We encourage you to make time to see Prague, it is a city of incomparable European splendor.