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Accompanying persons’ program

  • possibility to visit (before the Opening Ceremony) an exposition regarding the history of the Charles University in Carolinum
  • Welcome Cocktail (rich flying buffet), Gothic ground floor of the Carolinum, Wednesday 20 September 2017, 18:30 – 21:00
  • one guided sightseeing 3 hours tour of the city
  • Gala dinner (optional – extra fee) on Thursday 21 September at 18:30 in Art Nouveau Restaurant (see below for details) 

 

Gala dinner

Venue of the Gala Dinner (Art Nouveau Restaurant) is located in the most beautiful Art Nouveau building in the world. Interiors and exteriors of the Municipal House are a popular place for international film productions and exquisite dining.

The dinner will start with a welcome drink. An exceptional Gala Dinner that will consist of a four course menu and unlimited consumption of famous Czech beers and wines.  Participants will be able to choose from two main courses within a rare and luxurious atmosphere. While enjoying the meals and the atmosphere, you can also listen to live piano music.

Recommended dresscode: business formal

  

 

 

PRAGUE HISTORIC CITY  SIGHTSEEING TOUR 3 HOURS (30 MIN BY BUS + 2,5 HOURS WALKING) 

21.09.2017 13:00 – 16:00

You will be picked-up in the hotel or at specified meeting point by a guide and our bus will take you up to Castle District (Hradčany) where you can admire the Prague Castle considered by Guinness Book of Records the world’s largest coherent castle complex (including Strahov Monastery with the fascinating library, Loreto Church, holy pilgrim place built in Baroque style, St. Vitus Cathedral and Golden Lane). You will have an opportunity to see the city’s most interesting sights and places of the left Vltava River bank such as picturesque Malá Strana (Lesser Town) quarter, St. Nicolas Church, the Church of the Victorious Virgin Mary with Statue of the Infant Child Jesus placed here since its arrival from Spain in 1628. The tour will end with a walk across amazing Charles Bridge built in 1357.