basic information about
  the Czech Republic
Have no hesitation in organizing conferences, seminars and celebrations in the Czech Republic. Enjoy the yet unknown beauties of the Czech nature and visit inspiring places where the history comes alive. Get absorbed in listening masterpieces of famous Czech composers- such as A. Dvorak, B. Smetana, L. Janacek, B. Martinu and many others.

Admire the beauty and uniqueness of the Czech glass, the specific taste of the Czech beer, deliciousness of the Moravian wine and traditional Czech and Moravian cuisine…

Area: 78.864 sq km - in the heart of Europe

Neighbouring countries: Germany, Poland, Slovakia, Austria

Population: 10.300 000 inhabitants

Language: Czech (belongs to the Slavonic group of languages)

Knowledge of foreign languages: 30% (mostly elder people) speak German
70% (mostly younger people) speak English

Capital: Prague

Time zone:Central European Time (CET) from April to October summer time (GMT+1, GMT+2)

Accessibility:by plane, car, bus or train

Travel documents:valid passport or other travel documents issued in your country, visas aren't required for most of the countries

For more details see official pages of
the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Czech Republic

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