14th Round Table Europe – 18 & 19 November 2021

About Prague

General information

Prague, located in the heart of Europe, brings you to a journey through the City of a Hundred Spires situated on the Vltava River and where there is never an "off-season". The city today is a dynamic business and cultural centre with modern elements that comfortably blend with the historic. Finished in the early 15th Century, the Charles Bridge, one of the city's best-known landmarks, serves as a vital connection between the Prague Castle and Lesser Quarter - including the city's Old Town and adjacent areas. Today, Prague still enacts as a bridge between eastern and western European trade routes with various opportunities both for locals and international visitors from all over the world.

Weather/Clothing advice

At a latitude of 50° North, the climate is continental (warm summers and cold winters).

September: +17°C / 63 F
October: +10°C / 50 F
November: +4°C / 39 F
December: 0°C / 32 F

What to see in Prague

You can visit the official tourist website of Prague for a wealth of information: https://www.prague.eu/en


The Czech currency is the Czech Crown. There are coins of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 Crowns and notes of 100, 500, 1000, 2000 and 5000 Crowns. For the actual exchange rate please follow the website of the Czech National Bank.

Emergency Information

From any public phone - free of charge:

Police – 158
Fire Brigade – 150
Ambulance – 155
Municipal Police – 156


Questions about the Round Table, or about joining us as a partner?

We are happy to hear from you!

Clara Fernández López, clara@uia.org