Networking & Social Program

Informal meeting

Sunday 22 November 2015

The organizing committee invites all participants to an informal meeting on Sunday evening. The meeting will take place at a local restaurant close to the workshop site in Dejvice area. Famous local restaurant, all non-smoking with excellent Pilsner beer and excellent food.

Meeting time: 18:00 - 24:00

Place: U Veverky (At a squirel)
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Dinner at Petrinske Terasy Restaurant

Monday 23 November 2015


Petrin restaurant terrace is located on one of the most beautiful and romantic places of the ancient city of Prague. Restaurant sits in the middle of the eastern slope of Petrin hill with an absolutely unique view of the whole city.

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Guided tour of university campus and National Library of Technology building

Tuesday 24 November 2015

Duration: 1,5 hour

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Prague City Tour

Cancelled, if you need help with finding an individual city tour, please contact us.

During our walking tour, we will explore the highlights of Prague. The history of Prague begins with the Castle so we will start at the Prague Castle district. The Prague Castle is in fact a miniature Royal Town. We will explore its courtyards, peek inside St.Vitus Cathedral and proceed through the gardens downhill towards Charles Bridge.

Charles Bridge is probably one of the most emblematic monuments in Prague. Like a diamond ring, it connects both sides of the town. The views from it are breathtaking and the statue gallery unforgettable. From the Charles Bridge we will continue towards the Jewish Quarter. Once a medieval ghetto for the Jews, today it is the most lavish and luxurious part of town. Walking its old streets, we will admire the Old New Synagogue, Old Jewish Cemetery, Old Jewish Town Hall where the clock still go es backwards.

Then the luxurious Parisian street will bring us to the Old Town Square, a textbook of architecture in stone and plaster. There you will find gothic, renaissance, baroque, rococo and art nouveau periods of architecture. The most popular sight is definitely the Astronomical Clock, attached to the wall of the Old Town Hall, measuring time and showing the movement of the universe.