Hot News from Meeting Prague
Prague Opens Again
Life in Prague and the entire Czech Republic paused on March 12 temporarily, and most people here or abroad had to, sooner or later, adapt to the new and unprecedented measures introduced during the state of emergency in order to prevent the spread of covid-19 disease. After two months of slowdown, Prague and the Czech Republic begin to wake up again and prepare for return to the normal life.
Let´s Restart Together. Hotel International Prague is Going to Welcome the Guests in New Rooms Already 25th May 2020
Hotel International Prague will reopen in June 2020 and is prepared to welcome guests in its´ 65 newly designed superior rooms. While being closed the hotel improved F&B offer and prepared new healthy concept with focus on traditional home-made cuisine. Private hotel garden suitable for almost 1000 guests is welcoming surrounding for afternoon drink, farewell / welcome cocktail or evening BBQ.
Prague Airport has Handled more than 40 Special Cargo Flights with Medical Supplies on Board in a Month
Václav Havel Prague Airport remains open for all arrivals and departures. Thanks to this fact, a total of 44 special cargo flights with medical supplies were able to land there since 20 March 2020 when the first aircraft with medical supplies on board landed in Prague.
Despite the State of Emergency, Czech Capital Continues Planting New Trees
Despite the urgent situation caused by the outbreak of coronavirus and the state of emergency in force, the Czech capital city intensively plants trees in the forests of Prague.
Discover Art Through Yoga
House of Lobkowicz presents a new concept, YogArt, which uniquely combines yoga and art.
Jan Ferjenčík Appointed as New Director of Sales and Marketing at Prague Congress Centre
Jan Ferjenčík took up the position of the Director of Sales and Marketing, replacing Lenka Žlebková, the new CEO of Prague Congress Centre.
Prague Airport has Retained its First Position in Customer Experience
Prague Airport has been awarded the 2019 Airport Service Quality Award and defended its position as the best European airport in customer experience in the category of 15 to 25 million handled passengers per year. The awards are granted annually by the Airports Council International (ACI) to airports that are provably rated the highest in passenger satisfaction with services that they provide. Prague Airport shares the top postilion with Ankara-Esenboğa Airport (Turkey) and Pulkovo Airport, which services Saint Petersburg in Russia.
Meetings Prague Continues to Inspire Even in Difficult Times
The current situation regarding the COVID-19 disease is anything but favourable to the meetings industry and tourism worldwide in general. All the more pleased we are to observe the wave of solidarity and invention that all the restrictions have aroused in the Czech capital city. A number of Prague enterprises in this sector have modified or completely changed the way they operate literally from minute to minute, and they have been involved in initiatives popping up around Prague and helping those in need.
Don’t Cancel Your Trip, Change the Date, and Save Tourism, CzechTourism Calls On Tourists
CzechTourism agency together with the Czech Forum of Tourism launched new series of photo posts for social media with an appeal saying „Change the Date, Don’t Cancel Your Trip, Please Save Tourism, We Love You“. New campaign presents the sights from all the 14 regions of the Czech Republic with Czech or English texts. Companies, entrepreneurs, and regions can download the artworks on the CzechTourism brand website and use them for their communication for free. The appeal will be also published on the CzechTourism’s international communication channels and social media.