- Public transport: Prague offers a very efficient and cheap system of public transport. Find your connections at the DPP website.
- Taxi: Use only official taxi companies to get around. Consider companies such as AAA Radiotaxi, Tick tack taxi, or City taxi.
Eating in Prague
There are hundreds of restaurant ranging from small caffees, traditional pubs, international fastfoods all the way to luxury restaurants. Feel free to choose what suits best your tastes at Tripadvisor. Find kosher restaurants in the list here. Click here for a list of halal restaurants. And here you can find the selection of the best vegetarian/vegan restaurants.
Prague offers a large variety of evening cultural treats:
If you plan to stay after or before the conference, you might consider the following too:
- Galleries: Visiting Prague's galleries such as the Czech National Gallery or the center of modern art, DOX.
- Guided tours: there are lots of guided tours, but what about experiencing Prague through the eyes of homeless people? Consider booking a tour with Pragulic.
- Main tourist sites: The classic tourist attractions you should not miss are the Prague castle, Petrin hill with its funicular (a public transport ticket is valid here), the Charles bridge, the Old town square, and the Old Jewish quarter with its Alt-Neu Shul. Find all about Prague at the official Czech Tourism site or in any travel guide book/site.
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