DESTINATIONS TO CONSIDER – PragueDec 08, 2017
Prague, or Praha to the locals, is one of the most visited cities in Europe with over 6 million visitors a year. Known as “the City of a Hundred Spires,” and loved for the charm of its Old Town Square, baroque buildings, Gothic churches and incredible affordability is certainly worth considering for your next meeting.
The city centre is a short 30-minute drive from Vaclav Havel International Airport. Served by a wide range of airlines, and with great connectivity to other major European airports its easy getting into and out of Prague.
Hotels in Prague are excellent value for money, offer great hospitality and dining options to suit all tastes. As well as local Czech food and beers, hotels comfortably accommodate international clientele with a wide variety of high quality cuisine. The options in Prague range from small boutique properties to large scale hotels that can accommodate numbers up to 600 delegates.
Looking beyond the walls of the meeting room, Prague is a beautiful city that will be sure to entice participants with its wonderfully preserved architecture, markets and world renowned local food and beers.
Should you host a meeting in December, you will find the annual Christmas market with its traditional wooden stalls offering crafts and Christmas ornaments as well hand-made scarves, gloves and hats which you may need to keep warm in Prague’s chilly winter.
If castles are more your thing then Prague Castle, the city’s most popular attraction whose spires and towers dominate the city’s skyline and which, according to the Guinness Book of World Records, is the largest ancient castle in the world, is worth a visit. Inside the castle there are several historic buildings, museums and galleries housing some of the Czech Republic’s most important works of art.
If you are looking for a city that’s efficient and economical and offers the charms of old world Europe, pack your comfortable, cobblestone-proof footwear and choose Prague!
Author: Christina DeMercado