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Diplomat Hotel Prague, 27th April 2012

Follow the General Travel Information to findout practicalities. There is no registration fee, but pre-registration is required. Event includes two coffee breaks and lunch.

What to do and when?

You need to define your company's needs and stream the most up-to-date technology competences. Then you Register and Create your profile by presenting your company, technology/pro­duct/service and aspirations that your company wishes to achieve. Once you submit your profile you can look up for partners of interest and set up meetings.


There is a dense transport infrastructure in the city of Prague consisting of three metro lines (A-green, B-yellow, C-red) and a net of trams´ and buses´ lines. When using public transport you need a valid travel ticket. You can buy basic ticket that costs 32 CZK (valid 90 minutes for all types of public transport), one-day ticket costs 110 CZK, three-day ticket costs 310CZK. To buy tickets visit Info centre right at the Airport or use ticket vending machine at the bus stop.

You can also travel by taxi. There is a service provided by the Prague City Hall called „taxi fair places“ which raise protection against dishonest taxi drivers. You can find more information here. Other available companies are Taxi Praha, or ProfiTaxi.

Find out more about Prague´s traffic and fares.

For tourist purposes, please, visit Prague Welcome or Prague Tourist Guide.

How to get from the RUZYNE airport to DIPLOMAT Hotel

Diplomat Hotel, Evropská 15, 160 41 Prague 6, Tel.: +420 296 559 1­11. The shortest way from the airport to this hotel by public transport is to take bus 119 and go to the terminal stop DEJVICKA. You will see the hotel right there (please see the map on Diplomat Hotel website).

For bookings please use attached form

Important dates

1st – 23th April Profile submission
20th – 25th (13:00) April Setting up meetings
27th April B2B meetings

Registration opened also for universities and public research institutions