Hot News from Prague
Prague Airport Is Heading towards Carbon Neutrality
Prague Airport is advancing its social responsibility in respect of the environment and wants to achieve carbon neutrality by reducing the net carbon dioxide emissions from its operations to zero by 2030.
Rossiya Airlines Will Increase Its Number of Flights to Saint Petersburg
Rossiya Airlines has announced that beginning with the new 2020 flight schedule, it will increase its number of flights between Prague and Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Hyatt Announces Plans for First Hotel in the Czech Republic with Andaz Prague
Hyatt Hotels Corporation announced that a Hyatt affiliate has entered into a management agreement for the first Hyatt property in the Czech Republic. The “Sugar Palace” hotel project, currently being developed by UBM Development AG, will become the new Andaz Prague. Located at Senovážné Square, only a short walk from Prague’s world-famous Old Town, the 175-room hotel is expected to open in 2022.
Vienna House Andel's Prague Produces one of the Best Honeys in the Czech Republic
The bees from the top of the Vienna House Andel's Prague hotel roof were awarded a silver medal for producing one of the best honeys in the Czech Republic in 2019.
Significant Changes in Le Hotels Group
Le Hotels Group, a successful hotel group belonging to the parent company Le-Investment spol. s r.o., under the leadership of Milan Švára and Petr Lžičař, increases the standard of premises it manages and at the same time grows by another member.
The 11th International Conference Hydrogen Days 2020 to be Held in Prague
We would like to invite you to the 11th international conference Hydrogen Days 2020 which is focusing on trends and applications in hydrogen technologies sector. Conference will take place in Prague at Comfort Hotel Prague City East , Czech Republic on 25-27th March 2020.
Hard Rock Hotels Take Center Stage in Prague
Hard Rock International continues to amplify its hotel collection with the announcement of Hard Rock Hotel Prague, opening in 2023
Conferences in Prague Mark Velvet Revolution of 1989 and 30 Years of Freedom
The events of 1989, which started on 17 November in Prague, led to key changes in most spheres of the society of what was then Czechoslovakia. Among other things, they allowed citizens to travel abroad freely, and they also opened Prague to thousands of experts from various scientific, industrial, artistic or business sectors, who arrived in the metropolis of Czechoslovakia to attend congresses and conferences.