The capital city of the Czech Republic is poetically considered as the heart of the European continent. Its history is deeply rooted in every building and you can feel the city’s cultural spirit in every step. Different architectural styles have been preserved throughout wars and years of the communist era, providing visitors with a valuable insight into past images of Prague. As visitors travel along the Vltava River they are taken on a historical rollercoaster – ranging from the Prague Castle, being the largest historical complex, to the Dancing House representing the city’s modern contemporary architecture on the opposite side of the river. However, Prague is not only a city of historical monuments but also a city for living, where culture is an integral part of all things. It is not surprising to find that it has been a source of inspiration for many famous Prague residents and personalities, such as Einstein, Kafka, Mozart and van Beethoven.
Situated next to the beautiful Vysehrad area, the Prague Congress Centre provides you with one of the most stunning panoramic views over the city. Vysehrad also offers peaceful green parks encouraging relaxation and the perfect location to catch up with cultural and spiritual matters in your free time. The Congress Centre is in close proximity to many hotels and Vysehrad Metro station is accessible within only 2 minutes’ walk. When traveling to the very heart of the city from the Congress you can be there in less than 10 minutes.
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