The ICAR & IDF/ISO 2019 will be held at the Prague Congress Centre (PCC) which is one of the modern architectural landmarks of Prague and the largest convention and culture centre in the Czech Republic.
Its location is very practical, being easily accessible from the city centre by underground or motorway. The Prague Congress Centre is situated in a unique location with a beautiful panoramic view of Prague with its large parks, the Vltava River and Prague Castle. A project for the third millennium, the Prague Congress Centre is fitted with high-quality equipment in terms of audiovisual technology, air-conditioning, energy connections and communications, ISDN data links, GSM and modern hall technologies. The quality of these amenities ensures that the Prague Congress Centre complies with required international standards.
PCC is ideally located near the city centre with a panoramic view of Prague Castle. It is easily accessible by both public and private transport. It has its own metro station and extensive parking facilities.
Prague Congress Centre (PCC)
5. května 65
140 21 Prague 4
Phone: +420 261 171 111
How to Reach the Prague Congress Centre
The Prague Congress Centre can be easily reached by metro line C (red line) to the station “Vyšehrad”, the PCC is located just in front of the metro station. Tickets can be purchased in automatic machines at each metro station or at newsstands. The ticket costs 32 Czech crowns (approx. 1.25 EURO) and is valid for 90 minutes. Please note that you need to mark the ticket when you enter the metro/tram/bus for the first time.
From the Airport
The distance from the Václav Havel Airport Prague is 15 kilometers. A taxi ride from the airport to the Prague Congress Centre will take approximately 30–45 minutes and costs about 25–30 EUR. You can also travel by public transport. Take the bus No. 119 towards “Nádraží Veleslavín” (METRO station). Leave the bus at the end stop and change for the METRO green line “A” the direction towards “Depo Hostivar”. You will go 7 stops to the station “Muzeum”. Change there for the METRO red line C and go to the station “Vyšehrad”. The PCC is just next to this station.
From the city centre
There is a north-south highway just in front of the PCC and the PCC itself is very easily accessible by taking the underground to “Vyšehrad” station, metro line “C”.
Access to Prague Congress Centre for disabled participants
The vestibule and platform from the direction of the city-center (Háje-bound) has barrier-free access.
Because of the station’s structural design with separate platforms, to get to the city center we recommend using the subway train from the wheelchair-accessible Háje-bound platform and going to the next station, Pražského povstání, where the island platform allows for an easy transfer to trains going to the city center (Ládví, Letňany-bound). For a barrier-free exit at Vyšehrad station from the direction of Háje, we recommend going to I. P. Pavlova station and using the island platform to transfer to a Háje-bound train.
Get off from Metro and take the right onto the platform down and then to the left into the park. The park passes straight, you pass the stairs to your left to the congress center and you go straight to the ramp leading up to the congress center. As you drive up, continue straight ahead towards the metro station. Approximately 10 m in front of the stairs to the metro, turn right up the ramp and then right around the congress center. You are now at your destination, all accesses to the congress center are barrier-free, as well as the entire interior of the Congress Center.