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!
Rudolph’s Foundry is not located near the castle; it is actually in the castle. The building was built in 1594, and has spanned the years servicing the castle in a multitude of ways. First as an Alchemist shop in which the famed alchemist Tycho de Brahe was trying to find a way how to produce gold. It was then utilized as a brewery that was run by the Cathedral Vicars.
The Prague Congress Center is one of the largest, and best equipped, European Conference Center. The Center has at its disposal 20 halls and 50 meeting rooms, with a capacity ranging from 12 to 3,000 attendees. The Congress Center enjoys a unique location on one of Prague's hills overlooking the city and the silhouette of Prague Castle, via its massive floor to ceiling windows.
National Technical Museum in Prague was established in 1908. For over a hundred years extensive collections have been assembled here documenting the development of o many technical fields of the Czech Republic. A magnificent collection of vintage automobiles, motorbikes, airplanes, and even trains are in their full glory and display in the transportation hall in this beautiful museum.
Rudolfinum is the home of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. This grand Neo-Renaissance building is situated in an ideal location in the center of Prague, and directly on the riverbanks. Rudolfinum is ideal for concerts, exhibitions and social programs. A perfect integration of concert and exhibition halls into one harmonious whole of a distinctly cosmopolitan nature.
Zofin Winter Garden is a glass encased winter garden, designed as a sunny orangery, located on a beautiful island right in the heart of the city overlooking the National Theater on one bank, and the Prague Castle on the other. The inside dining room, as well as the winter garden, are part of a Neo-Renaissance Zofin Palace constructed in 1885, situated on Slovansky Island.
St. Agnes of Bohemia Convent, together with neighboring St. Francis Church, is the oldest Gothic building and one of the most famous and significant convents in Bohemia. The Convent was founded by the Premyslid Princess Anežka (Agnes), sister of King Václav I in 1231 as the first convent of the Order of Poor Clares north of the Alps. St. Agnes Cloister is now in possession of the National Gallery in Prague.
The Czech Museum of Music's new home is the former Church of St. Magdalene in the Lesser Town only a couple of minutes from the Charles Bridge. It was built in the 17th century in a Baroque style and designed by Francesco Caratti. Everyone who enters is struck by the immensity of the atrium and the special magic left here by transformations over the centuries.
The happy go lucky feeling of this Australian side-paddle-wheel “Elbis Steamer” is ideal for small parties or VIP gatherings. This Australian steamboat from 19th century was inspired by Marion boat, which sailed on the river Murray in days gone by. Cruises by this small historical steamer on the Vltava are the ideal way of getting to know Prague from an entirely new angle.
Čapí Hnízdo is a unique new resort ideally suited for conferences, meetings, corporate or social events as well as a well-deserved rest in the beautiful countryside. Here you will find high-class accommodation, fine cuisine and a range of relaxing, sporting and agro-tourism activities. The dominant feature of the complex is the multipurpose Čapí Hnízdo riding school venue.