Possibilities and obligations of foreigners when entering the CZ



Airport Information

Václav Havel Prague Airport is located on the northwest edge of Prague, around 17 kilometres north of the

city. The journey from the airport to the city centre takes around 25-30 minutes by taxi or up to one hour by

public transport.


Prague Transport

Public Transport: 3 metro lines, trams and buses. During peak hours trains run every 1 or 2 minutes and at

least every 10 minutes off peak. Tickets can be purchased in yellow machines at the public transportation

stops or in newsstands. Information on Pragues' transportation system can be found on the official

website: www.dpp.cz


Visa information for Foreigners



Most taxis in Prague do not accept credit cards! Although it is easy enough in the centre to hail a taxi on the street, it is recommended that you book one in advance. The official fare is approximate (starting fee is 40 CZK plus 24-28 CZK per kilometre, plus 4-6 CZK per minute of waiting in traffic), so please check the price before you get into the car. 

AAA taxi: +420 14014

City Taxi: +420 257 257 257

Profi Taxi: +420 14015


Useful Telephone Numbers



Prague Police………………………...156


General Emergency for Europe…....112


Currency and Banking: Czech crown (CZK) is the official currency in the Czech Republic. 


Electricity: The Czech Republic uses a 230 volt 50 Hz system, sockets are the standard European type and two-prong round pin plugs, with a hole for a male grounding pin. To use electric appliances from your country you may need a special voltage converter with an adapter plug.


Telephone: International Dialing for Czech Republic: Dial “+420” + Telephone number.


Weather: Prague is a city with a “mild continental climate”. The average temperature in May varies

around 23 °C.


WiFi is available in Venue free of charge.


Dress Code: The Course dress code is business-casual.


Smoking Policy: For the comfort and health of all participants, smoking is not permitted at any time.


Liability & Insurance: The Course Secretariat and organizers cannot accept responsibility whatsoever for injury or damage involving persons and property during the meeting. Participants are advised to make their own arrangements with respect to health and travel insurance.


Force Majeure: Please note that in the case of force majeure the event organizer is relieved of all obligations. Force majeure includes any circumstance beyond the control of the event organizer, and that impedes permanent or temporary compliance, such as war, revolts, strikes, shut-out of workers, transportation difficulties, fire or severe disturbance affecting the event organisation or its suppliers.


Time Zone: The Czech Republic is on Central European Time – Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) plus1 hour.

From April to October is summer time, i.e. GMT + 2 hours.          

Transtemporal Approaches

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New date 6 - 7 May, 2022, Prague, Czech Republic


Mgr. Eva Cerna

BOS. org s. r. o.

Kekulova 38

400 01 Ústí nad Labem

Czech Republic

Phone: +420 475 214 224

            +420 475 534 332

            +420 475 207 082

Email: cerna@bos-congress.cz


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