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Middle of September brings usually nice autumn weather in Prague, but is unpredictable. Temperatures of around 15°-20°C can be expected.
The Prague-Vaclav Havel Airport, located 15 km from the city center and approx. 17 km from the symposium venue, is served by many international airlines. The cost of the taxi service from the Ruzyně Airport to the city centre is about 20 EUR nowadays. The shuttle bus service operates as well. City bus No. 119 will take you from the airport to the metro station Nádraží Veleslavín. From the station Veleslavín you can use tram number 26 and go to Vítězné náměstí from that by bus 149 to station Malovanka.
City transportation Prague has a comprehensive network of public transportation consisting of three metro lines, trams and buses. Single tickets or travel passes can be purchased at most newspaper stands and from the coin machines at metro stations.
The official currency is Czech Crown (CZK). Foreign currency exchange is available at Václav Havel Airport Prague and at most hotels, banks and exchange offices throughout the city. Present average rate is 23,5 CZK for 1 EUR. Major credit cards are accepted in many shops, restaurants and hotels.
Participants from EU and most European countries can enter the Czech Republic without a visa. Other participants are advised to check the requirements at the closest Embassy or Consulate of the Czech Republic in their home country.
An official letter of invitation can be sent on request.
Participants are strongly advised to arrange their own personal travel and health insurance. The Organizing Committee will not accept any liability for personal injuries or loss or damage of property belonging to Symposium participants and accompanying persons.
The Czech Republic uses a 230V/50 Hz system. Sockets are in the form of European standard.