CHES 2023

September 10-14, 2023

Prague, Czech Republic

Venue & Travel Information


CHES will be located in the Prague Congress Centre.

Prague Congress Center is about 100 meters from Vyšehrad metro station (red line C).


Prague Congress Centre
5. května 1640/65, Nusle
140 00 Prague 4, Czech Republic

Venue Map

Getting There

From the Airport

Connection information for public transportation:

During the day: Take the bus 119 and go to its terminus Nádraží Veleslavín. Once there, take green line A of the Metro to the Muzeum station (7 stops), then change to red line C and continue to Vyšehrad station (2 stops). Travel time is approx. 45 minutes.

During the night: Take the bus 910 and go directly to the Vyšehrad bus stop (approx. 35 stops). Travel time is approx. 55 minutes.

You need one ticket for 40 CZK (approx. EUR 1.70). How to get tickets: see Getting Around — Tickets.

Taxi is much more expensive than public transport, and is only a little faster. Using taxis is reasonable only for night arrivals/departures when bus line 119 does not operate.
Only official airport taxis are allowed to operate at the airport. You can find taxis in front of the arrival halls of both terminals. The fare from the airport to the congress venue/offered hotels could be around 650 CZK (a higher fare is possible depending on the current traffic situation).

From the Main Station ("Hlavní nádraží")

Connection information for public transportation:

During the day: Take red line C of the Metro and go directly to Vyšehrad metro station (3 stops). Travel time is 5 minutes.

During the night: Go to the Hlavní nádraží bus stop (opposite the main station building), take bus 905, and go directly to the Vyšehrad bus stop (3 stops). Travel time is 9 minutes.

You need one ticket for 30 CZK (approx. EUR 1.30). You can also use the ticket for 40 CZK. How to get tickets: see Getting Around — Tickets.

By Car

The Prague Congress Center is adjacent to the North-South Prague City Expressway — follow the road signs for "Kongresové centrum Praha". Underground parking is available at Prague Congress Center.

GPS: 50.062112, 14.428886

Getting Around

Public Transportation

Prague has one of the best public transportation systems in Europe. The subway, trams, and buses are used by two-thirds of Prague's population and cover the majority of the city and outskirts. The metro especially makes getting around town a breeze since it enables you to cover long distances in a matter of minutes. If you can't continue to your destination on foot, you'll be able to catch a tram or bus from near the subway station. Take a look at the Prague metro map for additonal information.


All CHES participants will be provided with free public transportation passes valid during the whole conference. Free public transportation passes will be distributed at the registration desk. Before registration, you have to buy the ticket for 30/40/120 CZK (valid for 30 mins/90 mins/24 hours) to get to the venue.

Tickets can be purchased in:

Route Planning

Travel to Prague

By Plane

Thanks to its location in the heart of Europe, Prague is easily accessible from all the major European airports. The Václav Havel Airport Prague is one of the busiest in Central Europe. It offers visitors of Prague a direct connection to around 130 destinations in Europe, Asia, Africa, and North America.

For instructions on how to get from the airport to the venue, please see Getting There — From the Airport.

By Train

Praha Hlavní nádraží (Prague Main Station) is the largest railway station in Prague, handling services to Germany, Poland, Slovakia, Austria, Hungary, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Serbia, Ukraine, and Croatia. Trains from Berlin/Dresden also stop in Praha-Holešovice station.

For instructions on how to get from the Prague Main Station to the venue, please see Getting There — From the Main Station.

Hotels in Prague

Below you can find an offer of hotels in the vicinity of the congress venue or in the city centre, which is easily accessible by public transport (max. 30 minutes).

Exploring Prague

Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, is one of the most attractive and most visited cities in Europe. The city offers its visitors a breathtaking historical atmosphere, presenting architectural masterpieces ranging from the Roman era basilicas to the art nouveau, functionalist, and cubist houses of the 20th century. We invite you to visit, among other places, the unique large complex of Prague Castle overlooking the city from one of its hills, to walk over the Charles Bridge built in the 14th century, and to wander the narrow romantic streets of the Lesser Town and Old Town. Prague will also unveil itself to you as a busy, modern Central European center of culture and business with numerous restaurants, bars, music clubs, galleries, concert halls, and, of course, friendly people.

For more information about the city, please visit the following websites: