the dates 20-22 November

Sightseeing tours

Three different Sightseeing Tours are offered to conference delegates on Friday afternoon. Please note that tours are not included in the registration fee and have to be paid separately.

Tours timing: Friday 22nd November, 2019; 13:30-16:00

Min. number of attendees of each tour – 25 pax. In case the number of registered attendees would be lower – agency will contact these attendess and refund them or offer them to join different tour.

TOUR 1: Old Town Walking Tour

Follow our guide and let the city, where there is a secret to discover behind every single corner, enchant you. The city walk views Old Town Square providing a dazzling Panorama. Stand in the middle and turn in a slow circle: it's as if all the most charming city streets of Europe were stretched around you. Every building is different in every detail - roof, windows, doors and colors. The Old Town Hall, begun in the 14th century, has developed in slow bounds, to match the municipality's growth in size and importance. Neighboring houses were incorporated and modifications continued to be made until the 19th century. The most obvious highlight of the Old Town Hall is its 15th century Astronomical Clock. Every hour on the hour, clockwork figures on the tower's facade enact a timely story.

Our guide will take group (1 guide = group of max 20 people) by metro from Prague Congress Centre to Wenceslas Square and from there will walk with them to the Old Town Square. Tour includes entrance to the Old Town Hall.

Duration: 2,5  hours

Price: 16 Eur/per person

TOUR 2: Prague Castle Walking Tour

Prague Castle is a must-see. Prince Borivoj built this spectacular castle to be the seat of his Premyslid dynasty in the late 9th century. It later became residence to Czech kings, Roman emperors and today, the President of the Czech Republic. The castle complex is made up of several palaces and church buildings of various gorgeous architectural styles.

A defining part of the Prague Castle is the majestic Cathedral of St. Vitus. Also in the castle complex is the smallest street in Prague called the Golden Lane. This quaint lane is lined with small picturesque houses that look rather like doll’s houses.

Guide will go with delegates by metro from PCC to Muzeum, change to line A and go to Malostranská and then use tram no. 22 to Prague Castle. There will be guided tour including entrances.

Duration: 2,5 hours

Price: 16 Eur/per person

TOUR 3: Jewish Quarter and Old Town Square Tour

This fascinating tour of the Jewish Quarter will include a visit to the Jewish Cemetery and the National Jewish Museum, which is made up of various sites in the Jewish Quarter, including the Spanish Synagogue and the Maisel Synagogue. Among its collection are artefacts taken from other Jewish communities and brought to Prague by the Nazis as part of a chilling plan for a museum of an ‘extinct race’.

Guide will accompany group from PCC by metro to Staroměstská station. The Synagogue closes on Friday 22th November at 15:00 due to Sabbath. After 15:00 the group will proceed to the Old Town Square, where the tour will finish.

Duration: 2,5 hours

Price: 20 Eur/per person