The EUROSYS conference will be held in Prague that is the historical, cultural and industrial center of the Czech Republic. The center of Prague is compact and intimate, making sightseeing a real pleasure. During a walk through the city, you will be met with a huge number of architectural treasures, representative of Prague’s rich and varied history. There are Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Classicist buildings, as well as various neo-historic styles and Art Nouveau.
Prague is widely regarded to be one of the world’s most beautiful capitals. It is a magical mixture of bridges, cathedrals, gold-tipped towers and church domes making it a truly unforgettable destination. Amongst the treasures to be discovered are Prague Castle and Charles Bridge. There are 15 large bridges which span the Vltava river, with Charles Bridge being the most spectacular. Built in 1357 it bears the name if its founder, the Emperor Charles IV and connects the Old Town with Prague Castle. Today it is home to artists and street performers and offers one of the most breathtaking and photographed views of Prague Castle.
The city is also surprisingly green, with small wooded islands dotting the Vltava river, and gardens and parks filling the surrounding hills. It is also a modern European city, full of energy and atmosphere, which boosts excellent music and art venues, as well as plenty of excellent shopping opportunities.
Prague really does have something to offer everyone and this charming city should not be missed. For further information about Prague and Czech Republic, please visit:
How to reach the venue:
From Dejvická station walk to the Technical Library located in the university campus.
The banquet will be located in the Municipal house in the historical city center. It can be reached by walking from metro station Můstek (Line A, 10 minutes) or from Náměstí republiky (Line B, 3 minutes).”