The largest and capital city of the Czech Republic is Prague. The city is the fourteenth-largest in the EU. It served as Bohemia's first capital. The city, which is situated in the country's northwest on the Vltava River, is home to roughly 1.24 million people, while the population of its broader urban area is believed to be close to 2 million. With pleasant summers and freezing winters, the city experiences a temperate climate. Throughout its 1,100-year history, Prague has been a political, cultural, and economic hub of central Europe, with rising and falling fortunes.
Prague served as both the capital of the Holy Roman Empire and the seat of the Czech state, housing two Holy Roman Emperors. By the time of the Gothic and Renaissance eras, Prague had reached its pinnacle. It was a key city for the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the Habsburg Monarchy. The city had a crucial role in the history of the Protestant Reformation, the Thirty Years' War, the 20th century, both World Wars, and the Communist rule that followed World War II.
How to Reach Prague?
Through rail services like Eurail and Rail Europe, which provide a choice of trains to Prague from various locations, Prague is well connected to the rest of Europe. The Praha Hlavni Nadrazi is the city's primary rail hub.
Prague's Václav Havel Airport is about 20 kilometres from the city's centre. If you take a bus from the airport, it will take you 30 minutes to get to the city centre. This airport serves the city as a hub for several airlines.
Driving there in your own or a leased automobile is an additional method of getting to Prague. The travel is scenic, the highways are in good shape, and there are several petrol stations along the way. Taking the bus is the most affordable method to travel to Prague.
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|Conference Title||Conference Name||Venue||Dates|
|2nd International Conference on Orthopedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Disorders||Orthopedics 2023||Prague, Czech Republic||September 25th, 2023|
|10th International Conference on Clinical Pediatrics and Childcare||Clinical Pediatrics 2023||Prague, Czech Republic||September 25th, 2023|
|5th International Conference on Brain Disorders and Brain Injury||Brain 2023||Prague, Czech Republic||September 25th, 2023|
|5th International Conference on Cardiology and Heart Diseases||Cardiology 2023||Prague, Czech Republic||September 25th, 2023|
|2nd International Conference on Public Health and Healthcare Management||Public Health 2023||Prague, Czech Republic||July 27th, 2023|
|2nd International Conference on Cancer Research and Cancer Therapy||Cancer 2023||Prague, Czech Republic||July 27th, 2023|
|3rd International Conference on Recycling and Waste Management||Recycling 2023||Prague, Czech Republic||July 27th, 2023|