Castles, Chateau’s, Palaces and Gardens! With over 700 unique conference venues throughout the country, and more UNESCO
protected heritage sites than any other country in the world, allow us to suggest the very best for your event size,
expectation, and budget. A royal setting is not reserved for just royalty any longer!
The National Museum, the oldest museum in Bohemia, was established as a “national museum” in 1818. The Pantheon of the National Museum, one of the most celebrated secular halls of Czech architecture, is the ideological center of the entire building. It serves to pay homage to and glorify Czech history, culture and science.
The Prague Castle, a symbol of Czech statehood, has been the focal point of Prague for over a thousand years. The Spanish Hall is a ceremonial hall in the New Royal Palace of Prague Castle. It is intended for the reception of official guests of the President of the Czech Republic. Many important political and social events take place in the hall.
This venue makes incredible use of a building, which served its previous life as first a bank, dating back to the 1920’s, then later as the headquarters of the Czech Postal Service in the 40’s. The architecture and design utilizes the building’s history with the grand lobby entrance hall, cigar and cognac vault, and timeless Neo-Classical design.
After thirty years, Prague is finally able to boast a beautiful, NEW, riverboat cruiser which is designed specifically for Prague‘s conditions and usage. This is an ideal alternative for all types of events and special affairs, which allows your guests to experience all the major sights and attractions of Prague, whilst still taking part in your program.
The Neo-Renaissance Žofín Palace is one of the most important cultural and social centers in Prague. Concerts, conferences, and balls are often held in this grand space. Located on a beautiful island directly in the center of Prague, this venue provides a beautiful island garden oasis, which can be used as part of the event, as well as views of the National Theater and Prague Castle.
Troja Chateau is a 17th century grand Chateau situated in a splendid part of Prague, surrounded by beautiful gardens, and the Vltava River rolling directly below. Troja Chateau was named after the impressive garden staircase of the villa, which was built as the summer home to the noble Šternberk's. The manicured baroque gardens of the Chateau are in themselves awe-inspiring.
The “Boccaccio” marble ballroom hall, expresses itself in a truly fairytale manner, intimate and aristocratic in its Rococo style, complete with galleries, private viewing boxes, and a solid exotic wood dance floor. A beautiful reminder of a grand era past, or the possibility to renew the grace and sophistication yet once again. A delightful work of artistic architecture.
This Rococo era chateau, with its distinguished façade and manicured gardens, has captured the attention and imagination of every person ever to walk through it’s gates. The magnificent residence from the 18th century fully resembled the period, taste, and style of the French King Louis XVI. Dobříš Chateau offers several options for organising any event.
This venue is majestically located on a hill overlooking the Prague Castle, and from upon its perch over the city, it looks down upon Petrin Hill, the vineyards, as well as the rest of the city below. The Royal Canonry of Premonstratensians at Strahov is one of the oldest monasteries of the Premonstratensian order in the world, and was founded in 1140 by Prince Vladislav II.