14th Round Table Europe – 18 & 19 November 2021

Getting There

Arriving by plane

The Václav Havel Airport Prague is located in the northwest outskirts of Prague, some 20 kilometres from the city centre and it takes about 30 minutes to reach it by city transport or taxi. Václav Havel Airport Prague is one of Europe's fastest growing airports in the category of 10 to 25 million passengers. Each year, this international airport checks in more than 15 million passengers. They can enjoy a choice of almost 70 airlines connecting Prague directly to more than 160 destinations all over the world throughout the year. (https://www.prg.aero/en/)

Arriving by train

In Prague, three European railway corridors cross and thanks to them, the Czech metropolis is well-connected with the whole Europe. The most important railway station in Prague is the Main Railway Station, situated nearby Wenceslas Square. From this station, more than 200.000 trains are handled annually (mostly to Czech cities, further on to Germany, Slovakia, Austria, Hungary and Poland). The second international railway station in Prague is Prague – Holešovice.

Airport/station to event venue

The Prague Congress Centre is adjacent to the Vyšehrad station on Line C (red) of the Prague underground railway network, providing convenient access by public transport from the airport and all major rail and bus stations.

Maps, timetables, fares and route planning are available in English on the Prague Public Transport website.

Arriving by car

The Prague Congress Centre is adjacent to the North-South Prague City Expressway – follow the road signs for Kongresové centrum Praha. More than 1 000 parking spaces are available on site.


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Clara Fernández López, clara@uia.org