Prague is a charming historical city, and our recommendations offer guests a comfortable and enjoyable stay. All listed hotels are centrally located, conveniently within walking distance of the Lobkowicz Palace, Charles Bridge, Old Town Square, and other major attractions. You can also book an AirBnb, which offers many options in the city center.
A Luxury Collection Hotel, Augustine dwells in a quiet oasis within Prague’s bustling Malá Strana, housed in a former Augustinian monastery dating back to the 14th century. Guests can enjoy cocktails in the hotel’s Refectory bar under its Baroque frescoed ceiling or taste beer brewed by monks in the stalactite cellar of the historical St. Thomas Brewery.
The music-inspired Aria Hotel pays homage to artists and musicians through the ages, with each of its floors dedicated to a different musical genre—from Classical to Jazz. The private Music Library and Music Salon allows guests to learn about and listen to their choice of music. The hotel’s Coda Restaurant offers a fine-dining experience with a rooftop terrace, enveloped by a magnificent view of the city.
Centrally located a few steps away from the Charles Bridge and a short walk from Old Town Square, Four Seasons Hotel Prague offers guests an upscale experience of comfort and luxury. Unwind in the hotel’s Ava Spa complete with wellness treatments, a fitness center, and a vitality pool. Guests can also take a ride down the Vltava River on the hotel’s riverboats.
Luxury and comfort await at Mandarin Oriental, housed in a former 14th-century monastery and set in Prague’s historic Malá Strana district. The Spa dwells in a former chapel, fusing its historical features with a modern design. While there, you can also enjoy a stay in the Lobkowicz Suite and a portion of the cost of your stay will go to support the non-profit activities of the Lobkowicz Collections.
The recently opened lifestyle hotel, Andaz Prague, dwells in the heart of the historical center of Prague. The neoclassical building was the former “Sugar Palace” — the headquarters for the Sugar Industry Insurance Association. Its suite reinvention draws from local inspiration, fusing mythology and legend with modern, sumptuous design. Offering a rich spectrum of history, luxury, and comfort, guests can enjoy the hotel’s many amenities, including a fitness center, spa, and an avant-garde menu at ZEM Restaurant.
This award-winning sustainable design hotel offers an urban oasis in the heart of Prague. The first CO2-neutral hotel in the Czech Republic, Mosaic House is founded on its environmentally friendly approach—allowing guests to feel at home with a clear conscience without compromising comfort. Enjoy its stylish and stimulating ambience—food and drink in the high-ceiling former theater hall, private spa and sauna, and a peaceful workspace in its cozy library.
Mama Shelter Prague boasts a lively setting with casual vibes for any traveler. Its ten floors and rooftop terrace offer comfortable rooms, beautiful views, and the perfect balance of work and play—from quiet working spaces to social areas with pool tables, table football, and free movies.
Explore Prague’s delicious culinary offerings.
U MODRÉ KACHNIČKY - “BLUE DUCKLING”
Old Bohemian & Game Cuisine
This upscale dining experience offers richly satisfying foods in the form of duck and game delicacies. Housed in a 16th-century Baroque building, the restaurant’s interior captures 1930s décor with antique furniture and heavy curtains, creating a cozy setting for a traditional Bohemian culinary experience.
Michalská 16, 110 00 Praha 1, Staré Město
Tel: (+420) 224 213 418
LA DEGUSTATION BOHÊME BOURGEOISE
This Michelin-star restaurant is redefining traditional Czech fare with an innovative approach. Relish an extraordinary dining experience with a set menu paired with wine, beer, and fruit juices. Dishes are inspired by 19th-century Czech cuisine, offering small plates with a refreshed menu of seasonal ingredients. You can also peek into their open kitchen and watch the chefs in action. Vaulted ceilings and leather chairs add to the sleek and cozy atmosphere.
Haštalská 753/18, 110 00 Staré Město
Phone: (+420) 222 311 234
(Mon–Sun): 11:30–14:00 | 18:00–24:00
Casual Czech Cuisine
Kantýna This no-fuss canteen and butcher shop specializes in two things: meat and beer. Locally purveyed beef and pork are served right off the grill and prepared in just about every form, from spit-roast to brisket. Diners can load up their trays, order their beer at the taps, and relish a carnivore feast like no other. Its thoughtfully renovated setting, with preserved Art Nouveau sculptures, frescoes, and marble furnishing, is a nod to its former life as a 19th-century bank.
Politických vězňů 5, Praha 1, 110 00
(Mon–Sat): 11:30–23:00 | (Sun): 11:30–22:00
Modern Czech Cuisine
This Bib Gourmand-awarded restaurant and bakery is reimagining modern Czech cuisine. Part of the ubiquitous Ambiente group, ESKA fuses traditional and contemporary in a creative menu focused on seasonal ingredients—with lots of fermenting and pickling involved. Don’t miss their legendary take on a signature local dish: potatoes in ash.
Pernerova 49, Praha 8, 186 00
Phone: (+420) 731 140 884
(Mon–Fri): 8:00–22:00 | (Sat–Sun): 9:00–22:00
ITALIAN & MEDITERRANEAN
Let El Camino guide you to the best Spanish tapas in Prague. Emphasizing seasonal ingredients, a creative menu of cold and warm tapas await—featuring imported cheese, olive oil, and wine directly from producers and growers in Spain. Whether it’s a plate of grilled octopus or rosettes of jamón, diners can delight in the art of sharing or request a personalized tasting menu. Oak tables and paella pan light fixtures create a simple yet sophisticated atmosphere. It’s a delicious pilgrimage well worth your appetite.
Jagellonská 10, Praha 3, 130 00
Phone: (+420) 725 543 717
(Mon–Fri): 16:00–24:00 | (Sat): 11:30–14:30; 16:00–24:00 | (Sun): closed
LA FINESTRA IN CUCINA
La Finestra is a place to enjoy the sophistication and simplicity of Italian cuisine. Specializing in meats sourced from organic farms in Italy and Spain, La Finestra also offers flavorful preparations of fresh fish and seafood, risotto, and homemade pastas—pairing beautifully with Italian wines from their extensive list. Take in the exposed brick walls and simple décor that define the restaurant’s romantic ambience. (Their growing wine cellar also holds private events and parties.)
Platnéřská 13, Praha 1, 110 00
Phone: (+420) 222 325 325
(Mon–Sat): 12:00–15:00; 17:00–23:00 | (Sun): 12:00–15:00; 17:00–22:00
European & International Cuisine
Sitting on the bank of Prague’s Vltava River with a spectacular view of the 14th-century Charles Bridge, Kampa Park offers a creative menu of European and International cuisine, including gourmet meat entrées and fresh seafood. Enjoy the elegant and peaceful ambience with indoor, bar, and al fresco fine dining.
Na Kampě 8b, Praha 1, 118 00
Phone: (+420) 296 826 112
THE SUSHI BAR
This small eatery delivers big flavors, offering some of the freshest sushi in Prague. With its Zen atmosphere and modern design, diners can choose from a wide range of other Japanese dishes, such as ramen, pickled vegetables, and miso soup. The Sushi Bar also offers takeout.
Zborovská 49, Praha 5, 150 00
Phone: (+420) 603 244 882
SaSaZu is a melting pot of tastes inspired by the head chef’s years of cooking and traveling around Southeast Asia. The award-winning menu is crafted around unique Asian cooking techniques with a sharing-style concept, combining fresh ingredients and creative flavors. Take in the sleek and dimly lit atmosphere while enjoying live music from the restaurant’s DJ. The restaurant is also adjacent to their nightclub.
Bubenské nábřeží 306, Praha 7, 170 04
Phone: (+420) 284 097 455
(Mon–Sat): 12:00–24:00 | (Sun): 12:00–23:00
Serving a creative seasonal menu, combining local produce and quality meat and seafood, Sansho offers a nose-to-tail dining experience, served family style. Choose from several tasting menus catering to any preference—pescatarian, vegetarian, vegan, and meat—and pair it with one of their funky cocktails or natural wines. Casual vibes and powerful flavors make this a popular hot spot for locals and visitors alike.
Petrská 25, Praha 1, 110 00
Phone: (+420) 222 317 425
Prague is one of the most accessible cities in the world. See below for the best ways to navigate the city by public transportation, car, or on foot.
Buy tickets before you use public transportation at vending machines located in metro stations and at some tram stops (most trams also have an option to buy a ticket at yellow box machines on the tram itself). Validate your ticket by inserting it into the box on the tram or before descending to a metro platform. Keep your validated ticket handy in case of inspection. Click here for more information about ticket types and click here for timetables.
TAXIS / APPS
It’s best practice to use an app or call a taxi company (rather than hail one) to guarantee reasonable prices. All of our recommended taxi services are English friendly.
Bolt (app on Google Play or iTunes)
Uber (app on Google Play or iTunes)
AAA Taxi (+420) 222 333 222
Modrý Anděl (+420) 737-222-333
Choose from a variety of transportation options below.
- Taxi Service: The airport has a non-stop taxi service stand outside both terminals. The price of a taxi from the airport to your hotel or place of residence in Prague depends on distance. The on-site taxi service coordinator will provide you with an estimate once given the address.
- Hotel Car Service: You can also book a car in advance directly with your hotel. We recommend calling your hotel’s concierge service to check availability and arrange transport.
- Private Car and Van Service: Private transportation from Prague airport is also available. Visit Prague Airport Transfers for more information about booking and prices.
There is no better way to explore Prague than getting lost in its labyrinth of winding cobblestone streets. Let your feet be your guide.
Explore the rich and compelling history of Prague—also known as the “city of a hundred spires.” Its picturesque houses, charming markets, and striking architecture lend to its fairytale landscape. Discover the city’s hidden cultural treasures.
The largest castle complex in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage site, Prague Castle has been home to Czech kings and Holy Roman emperors for over a thousand years. Built high atop a cliff called Hradčany, it remains the oldest medieval settlement in Prague. Now the seat of the Czech President, the castle houses several buildings, churches, and palaces—including the iconic St. Vitus Cathedral, which dates to 930 AD. The adjacent building is the Old Royal Palace, housing Vladislav Hall—the site of the defenestration of two Catholic imperial emissaries which prompted one of Europe’s most destructive conflicts: The Thirty Years’ War. Other notable sites include the medieval pathway of goldsmith shops called Golden Lane, the Romanesque Basilica of St. George, and the Royal Garden commissioned by Habsburg Emperor Ferdinand I.
OLD TOWN SQUARE & ASTRONOMICAL CLOCK
Once the center for medieval trade, the Old Town Square is the most visited site in Prague. It includes the fairytale spires of the Gothic Týn Cathedral, said to be the inspiration for Walt Disney’s castle in Sleeping Beauty; the famous 15th-century astronomical clock, one of the world’s oldest and best preserved still operating today; and the Baroque Church of St. Nicholas. Visitors can roam this lively square, filled with museums, cafés, and shops.
Nestled behind the Rudolfinum, Prague’s most renowned concert hall, is the city’s historic Jewish Quarter, also called Josefov. Dating to the 13th century, this district is made up of six synagogues, including the Old New Synagogue, the Jewish Cemetery, and the Spanish Synagogue. Its historical monuments are a part of the Jewish Museum, where visitors can buy tickets to tour the entire quarter. You might come across literary luminaries and mythical creatures who once roamed the quarter’s alleys—Metamorphosis’ Franz Kafka (who was born there) and the amorphous clay figure, Golem, whose legend is ingrained in Jewish folklore.
LENNON WALL & KAMPA PARK
One of Malá Strana’s many winding streets will lead you to a secluded square, defined by a mural of weathering graffiti and lyrics from The Beatles. In the spirit of John Lennon—lauded for his peaceful activism—young Czechs were inspired to use the wall as a canvas to protest the Communist Regime in the 1980s. Owned by the Knights of Malta, the wall remains a symbol of love and peace, metamorphosing every day as visitors make their own contributions. Explore the rest of this island’s picturesque neighborhood—its sprawling park on the riverfront, outdoor statues, charming cafés, and Museum Kampa.
Strahov Monastery was founded in 1143 by the Bishop of Olomouc, Jindrich Zdík, establishing a Premonstratensian community in Prague. Marvel at the beautiful fresco ceilings in Strahov Library, boasting an impressive collection of medieval manuscripts and a Cabinet of Curiosities. Meander through the monastery's tranquil grounds, which also include its historic 600-year-old brewery where you can taste their St. Norbert beer.
How do I get to the Lobkowicz Palace in Prague Castle?
The Lobkowicz Palace is housed within the Prague Castle complex.
There are three entrances to Prague Castle. All entrance points are accessible by foot or public transportation. No cars can drive through the Prague Castle without special permission, but you can be dropped off at entrance points Pražský hrad or Staré zámecké schody.
Pražský hrad (“Prague Castle”) Entrance: Take tram #22 to tram stop Pražský hrad. Cross the street, go through the security checkpoint, and walk into the second courtyard entrance of the castle. Continue walking through the complex, passing St. Vitus Cathedral and St. George’s Basilica on your left, leading you down Jiřská Street until you reach the Lobkowicz Palace on your right.
Hradčanské náměstí (Hradčany Square) Entrance: Take tram #22 to tram stop Pohořelec. Walk down Pohořelec Street and Loretánská Street (where you will pass the Prague Loreta Baroque church and pilgrimage place, among other historical buildings). Within 10 minutes you will reach the main Hradčany Square entrance of Prague Castle.
- Staré zámecké schody (Old Castle Stairs) Entrance: Take tram #22 to tram stop Malostranská (also a metro station). Walk up Klárov Street (passing the Malostranská metro station on your left) until you reach the base of the castle stairs. Climb up the stairs to reach the castle entrance and security checkpoint. Go through security, walk straight through the tunnel entrance, and the Lobkowicz Palace will be the first building on the left.
- *Be mindful not to mix up the Lobkowicz Palace in Prague Castle (this event’s venue) for the German Embassy (which was formerly another Lobkowicz Palace).
*Be mindful of footwear, as all paths to the Lobkowicz Palace involve walking on cobblestones. For those wanting to wear heels, we recommend bringing a change of shoes.
How do I get to Nelahozeves Castle for the Interactive Cultural Experience?
Transportation to Nelahozeves Castle will be provided by historic train from Prague’s Masarykovo nádraží (train station)—in keeping with the theme of the day’s cultural program.
The meeting point for guests will be directly at Masarykovo nádraží where our team will be ready to check you in.
- The address for the train station (which is also included on the Enter app) is:
110 00 Praha 1
- Bus transportation from Nelahozeves Castle back to Prague is arranged.
When is the NFT auction happening?
October 27–November 4, 2022: Presale
November 5: Auction begins
November 11: Auction ends
Who are the speakers?
Click on the drop-down FEATURED SPEAKERS under the CONFERENCE section of our website.
Who are the artists represented in the exhibition?
Click on the drop-down FEATURED ARTISTS drop down under the EXHIBITION section of our website.
What is the dress code?
Interactive Cultural Experience: Casual
Conference: Smart Casual
VIP Gala: Creative Black Tie