Venue

Czech Technical University in Prague,
Faculty of Civil Engineering

Both conferences (CESB and YRSB) will be hosted by the Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Civil Engineering (Thákurova 7, Praha 6). The conference venue is located in the university campus in Prague, on the metro station (10 minutes to the Prague center, the main train stations are within 20 minutes range by Metro) and near the Prague Airport (30 minutes by bus).

The CESB conference is minimizing the transport-induced environmental impacts.

The venue can be reached by public transport easily (stations Dejvická or Thákurova). Please consider taking a public transport before calling for taxi. The information about the transportation possibilities can be found in the Venue section. Travelling from far distance? Consider taking a train instead of a plane or offsetting!
Finish times of the CESB events does not prevent you from the use of public transport. You will be easily able to use the bus, metro or tram on your way back to the hotel.

How to get there

Easiest and the most sustainable way how to travel in Prague is the public transport. The public transport in Prague is clean, safe and mostly commendable. For the public transport information use the trip planner of local transportation company DPP.
The venue destination is bus, metro and tram station Dejvická (see map)

Passengers should purchase a ticket before boarding the bus from a ticket machine or the Prague Public Transit company (DPP) counter. Ticket machines are located directly at bus stops and around arrival halls. It is possible to pay with a credit card in some of them or by cash at driver. Please note, that the ticket must be first validated in the bus, tram or while entering metro station in the stamping mashine, otherwise it is not valid! Once validated, you can change as many times as you want until the ticket expires without stamping it more times.

Travelling from the airport: take the public bus 119 to Nádraží Veleslavín, change there for the metro line in the direction Depo Hostivař or Skalka, the second station is the Dejvická station. Sufficient should be 24 CZK ticket for 30 minutes (ride takes 29 minutes), or 32 CZK ticket for 60-90 minutes.

Travelling by train: from the Prague Main Station take the metro line C in the direction to Háje or Kačerov, change at first stop Muzeum to line A in the direction Nemocnice Motol or Petřiny. The conference venue is near to the Dejvická station. Sufficient should be 24 CZK ticket for 30 minutes (ride takes 15 minutes).

Over-night service: If you are coming to Prague during the night, you can still use public transport. There are regular night lines going almost anywhere in Prague. We recommend you to use the trip planner of local transportation company DPP. to find best suiting connection for you. There is no extra price for the night lines, but some connections take longer time (32 CZK ticket should be completely sufficient). Please note, that the ticket must be first validated in the bus, tram or while entering metro station in the stamping mashine, otherwise it is not valid! Once validated, you can change as many times as you want until the ticket expires without stamping it more times.

Travelling by car: you can park your car in the streets around Faculty of Civil Engineering building, but the parking is charged and maximum parking time is checked. You can use also the underground parking in the National Technical Library across the street from the conference venue.

Organizers

Organizers

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