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Places of Interest

Outside The Capital

Not only Prague can provide appropriate venues for incentives, meetings and conferences. Many unique urban sites all over the country are also well prepared to meet any of the requirements: Brno The capital of Moravia, with the characteristic silhouette of the Spilberk fortress, is well‑known for its extensive exhibition and fair grounds (193,000 sqm/2,077,645 sqft of which 101,000 sqm/1,087,265 sqft are indoor areas in the pavilions). Good hotels and university compounds are available. In nearby Slavkov (Austerlitz), Napoleon celebrated his one time victory. Hradec Králové, once the Czech queens dowry town in East Bohemia, offers today the big and well‑equipped conference center Aldis, with a total capacity of 3,000 people and a wide variety of high quality hotels. The neighboring city of Pardubice offers excellent venues for social events in its chateau (and the oldest steeplechase on the continent). Plzen (Pilsen) in West Bohemia is an industrial town where modern lager beer (Pilsen Urquell) was invented 150 years ago. Ceské Budejovice, the heart of South Bohemia, with its spectacular square, is home to the original Budweiser/Budvar brewery. Olomouc, so rich in history, a former seat of the bishops of Moravia, or Ostrava, the center of North Moravia, closely tied with mining and heavy industry. Its congress center Atom is well prepared for various events. Apart from big cities, picturesque historical towns, cloisters, medieval castles or comfortable chateaux and holiday resorts in the mountain areas offer an interesting combination of beautiful nature and congress service. Particularly in Sumava (the Bohemian Forrest) and Krkonose (Giant Mountains) large mountain hotels with congress facilities can be found.