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Prague, Czech Republic Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 472
Total Sleeping Rooms 31,092
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 791
Committable Meeting Rooms* 70
Convention Center Space 13,000 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Exhibit Space 4,645 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate CZK 2,793
Average Daily Meal Cost CZK 3,500
Average Weekly Car Rental CZK 1,746
*Maximum for a single hotel

Prague, Czech Republic Things to Do and Attractions

Vysehrad

A historic fort situated above the Vltava River, Vysehrad features stunning city views and a park area with hidden architectural treasures. The fort's underground casements feature original Baroque statues from the Charles Bridge. Visitors can tour

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Zizkov Tower

The tallest building in the Czech Republic, the Zizkov Tower was built during the Cold War to block Allied signals. Today, the tower has been restored to a retro, yet updated state, as it features dining, entertainment, and 360-degree views of the

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Prague Castle

The largest coherent castle complex in the world, the beautiful Prague Castle serves as the home and workplace of the Czech president. Founded around 880, the castle spans 18 acres of palaces and buildings of various architectural styles from

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National Marionette Theatre

Devoted to puppetry performances, the National Marionette Theatre is popular among children and visitors of all ages. Housed in an Art Deco space, the theatre not only showcases performances, but also accompanying exhibitions and workshops during

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Sea World Prague

The largest aquarium of its kind in Prague, Sea World Prague is a popular family attraction thanks to its large tanks housing sharks, coral, eels, and multitude of fish. The aquarium features daily feedings and guided tours, and such highlight areas

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Prague Zoo

Opened in 1931, the Prague Zoo is visited by more than one million people each year, spanning more than 150 exhibits on 143 acres. Must-see areas include the verdant zoo’s Giant Salamander House, Elephant Valley, Hippo House, African Savannah, and

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Kinsky Garden

Spanning 54 acres along the Petrin slope to the Vltava River, the historic Kinsky Garden offers a tranquil setting. The garden is home to a wooden Greek-Catholic church and an ethnographic exhibition located along its winding paths amid pools,

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Prague Astronomical Clock

The famous Prague Astronomical Clock is a medieval clock and oldest working clock of its kind is situated on the southern wall of the Old Town City Hall in Old Town Square. The clock announces every hour with 12 apostles passing by the window above

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Palace Gardens

A series of interconnected historical gardens on the southern slopes below Prague Castle, the Palace Gardens feature decorative staircases, scenic terraces, garden houses, and pavilions. The gardens frequently host concerts and public events. The

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Estates Theatre

The historic Estates Theatre is perhaps best known as the 1787 world premiere site of Mozart’s opera Don Giovanni. Today, the classical theatre is part of the National Theatre and is the place to go for opera, ballet, and drama performances in

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Dejvice Theatre

One of Prague's most popular entertainment venues, the Dejvice Theatre shows contemporary foreign and domestic dramas, as well as adaptations of worldwide literary classics. Group bookings are available.

National Theatre

A cultural powerhouse and icon of Prague, the National Theatre spans the National Theatre, Karlin Music Theatre, Estates Theatre, and New Stage. With a tradition spanning more than 130 years, the National Theatre showcases Czech and contemporary

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La Degustation Boheme Bourgeoise

The Michelin-starred Le Degustation Boheme Bourgeoise serves modern cuisine inspired by 19th century Czech fare in a sleek, intimate, 40-seat setting. The restaurant serves dinner nightly from 6:00 pm to midnight.

Celeste

Situated on the top two floors of the quirky Dancing House or Fred and Ginger House, the circular-shaped Celeste serves fine international fare and offers views of the Vltava River, as well as a summer terrace over Prague's Little Quarter district.

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Mlynec

Mlynec serves modern Czech dishes in a contemporary space, complete with a summertime patio along the Vltava River. Mlynec serves lunch daily from noon to 5:00 pm and dinner nightly from 5:30 pm to 11:00 pm. Private event space is available.

 
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