The conference takes place in the premises of Faculty of Information Technologies of Czech Technical University in Prague (FIT CTU). The so-called New building of CTU is located at Thákurova 9, Praha 6 – Dejvice.
Talks take place in the lecture halls on ground floor. Workshops and hackfests are located on third floor. Booths are located in the foyer in front of the lecture halls.
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When using public transportation, the closest stops are tram stop Lotyšská (lines 8 and 18) and Thákurova (lines 20 and 26). The metro station of the green line A called Dejvická is also very close to the venue (cca. 600 meters). You can find your connection using web pages of the Prague public transport company.
Basic ticket for the Prague Integrated Transport cost 32 CZK and is valid for unlimited changes between buses, trams, metro lines, ferries and funicular railway within 90 minutes period starting from validation of the ticket. The ticket have to be validated upon boarding on bus, tram or entering the metro premises for the first time (look for yellow boxes). There is also a cheaper ticket for 24 CZK, which is valid only for 30 minutes as well as 24-hour ticket for 110 CZK and 72-hour ticket for 310 CZK, all under the same conditions. Tickets can be bought from newsagents, dedicated booths of Prague public transport company, and vending machines at metro stations. Most vending machines accept only CZK coins, but there are few of them which also accepts contacless debit/credit cards. At the airport and main train station, there are machines accepting also banknotes and standard debit/credit cards.
Once you arrive at the main station called Praha – Hlavní nádraží, you can continue either by tram line 26 in direction Divoká Šárka all the way to the stop Thákurova or using red metro line C in the direction Háje for a single stop to the station Muzeum, there you change to the green metro line A heading towards Nemocnice Motol a continue to the station Dejvická. Both variants are equal in terms of time. The tram stop is located outside the main station, cca. 200 meters to the right. You have to cross the tram track to get to the right direction.
Once you arrive at the central bus station Praha – Florenc, you can continue either by tram line 8 in direction Nádraží Podbaba all the way to Thákurova, or first take red metro line C in the direction Háje to the station Muzeum, there you change to the green metro line A heading towards Nemocnice Motol a continue to the station Dejvická. Either variant is equal in terms of time.
Once you arrive at the Václav Havel Airport Prague (PRG), use bus line 119 to the end station Nádraží Veleslavín. There you change to green metro line A in direction of Depo Hostivař to the station Dejvická.
There's public bike parking spot close to the venue. You can lock there your own, or a shared Rekola bike – if you register using this affiliate link or by entering voucher code
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Once at venue, you can guide yourself using this floor plan: