The Institute of History, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic Faculty of Science, Charles University in Prague Czech geographical society

Venue & How to Get There

The conference will take place in the main building of the Faculty of Science, Charles University. The address of the conference location is: Charles University, Faculty of Science, Albertov 6, 128 43, Praha 2, Czechia. See the map below.

How to Get There

There are many options how to reach the conference venue from the Václav Havel Airport Prague by public transport. However, we recommend to take the bus line 100 (direction Zličín) to the underground station Zličín. From there take the underground line B (yellow; direction Černý Most) and go to the station Karlovo náměstí (exit in direction Karlovo náměstí). There you can use any of tram 14, 18, 24 to the stop Albertov.

For further information check the Prague public transport system: Here you can also find the information on schedules and fares:

See the Albertov campus on the Faculty website.


The organizers provide small refreshment during the coffee breaks and light snacks during the social events. On Thursday 15, a light lunch will be provided (If you have any diet restrictions, please let us know as soon as possible via email). On Wednesday 14, a lunch and a dinner are not included, every participant has to manage these for her/himself at her/his own expenses. There is a plenty of bistros and restaurants in the vicinity of the venue that offer snacks, hot meals and lunch menus. The map of recommended restaurants in the vicinity of the conference venue can be downloaded here.


Prague, the capital of Czechia, is a most valuable historical city reserve. In 1992, the historical core of the city covering 866 hectares was listed in the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage Register. Prague represents a unique collection of historical monuments dominated by the Prague Castle which towers high above the city. It is a display of all artistic styles and movements. The historical core of the city is situated on both banks of the Vltava river and consists of 6 parts – formerly independent urban units unified in the 18th century: Staré Město (Old Town), Josefov (the preserved part of the former Jewish Town – today a part of the Old Town), Nové Město (New Town), Malá Strana (Lesser Town), Hradčany and Vyšehrad. Naturally, most of the historical monuments, museums and galleries are concentrated right there (source and more information on:

Charles University

The University in Prague was founded by a charter issued on 7 April 1348 by Charles IV, King of Bohemia and King of the Romans, as the first Studium generale north of the Alps and east of Paris. Charles University is thus one of the oldest European universities. It was modelled on the universities in Bologna and Paris, and within a very short time it achieved international renown that it possesses until today. It has 17 faculties with Faculty of Science being one of them. Faculty of Science has celebrated 90th anniversary in 2010. The Faculty of Science is located in the Nové Město (New Town) district of Prague at the Albertov Campus (source and more information on:;