The city of Plzeň (Pilsen) is located in Western Bohemia on the confluence of four rivers. With its 170 thousand inhabitants it is the fourth largest city in the Czech Republic and an important industrial, commercial, cultural, and administrative center.

Plzeň is well known for its brewing tradition. The trademark Pilsner-Urquell penetrated all over the world thanks to the traditional recipe, high quality hops and good wells. Beer lovers will also appreciate a visit to the Brewery museum or the Brewery itself.
Apart from its famous beer, Plzeň has a lot of hidden treasures in its core. Plzeň can pride itself on the second largest synagogue in Europe. The old city center is dominated by a 13th-century Gothic church which features the highest tower in Bohemia (102.34 m). It is possible to go up the stairs and admire the panorama. Not far from the church is a splendid Renaissance Town Hall from 1558 and plenty of pleasant cafes and pubs.
Plzeň has also a beautiful historical underground – under the city center there are 25 km of tunnels. Visitors can pass through the most beautiful part of this labyrinth.
It is also recommended to visit the Zoo having the second largest space for bears in Europe and keeping the Komodo dragons – large lizards existing in only a few Zoos in the world.
In the neighborhood of the city there are castle Radyně and hunting-seat Kozel. St. Peter's Rotunda in Starý Plzenec was built in the 10th century.
The University of West Bohemia in Plzeň provides a variety of courses for both Czech and international students. It is the only institution of higher education in this part of the country which prepares students for careers in engineering (electrical and mechanical), science (computer science, applied mathematics, physics, and mechanics), education (both primary and secondary), economics, philosophy, politology, archaeology, anthropology, foreign languages, law and public administration, art and design. map


The city has an access from the D5 highway connecting Prague (Praha) with Germany (see the map). Plzeň has a very good bus and train connections with the capital Prague (takes about 1 – 1.5 hour). From the international airport Prague – Ruzyně you can reach Plzeň by frequent public transport in 1.5 – 2 hours.

Bus and train departures

Bus and train departures from Prague to Pilsen can be found at (you can switch to english version). The arrival station in Pilsen is CAN (Centrální Autobusové Nádraží = Central Bus Station) and Plzeň Hlavní nádraží (Pilsen Main Railway Station, for trains).

How to get there from the Bus station: Take tram no. 2 (direction Světovar), after two stations change to tram no. 1 (at Sady pětatřicátníků station), direction "Slovany, nám. Milady Horákové". At the terminal station of tram no 1., take the trolleybus no. 13 (direction Černice). The closest station to the Primavera hotel is called "Čechurov, rozcestí".

From the Main Railway Station: Take tram no. 1, direction "Slovany, nám. Milady Horákové". At the terminal station of the tram, take the trolleybus no. 13 (direction Černice). The closest station to the Primavera hotel is called "Čechurov, rozcestí".



The international conference will also include social events and trips i.e. visit of brewery and city sightseeing.


PRIMAVERA Hotel & Congress centre
Nepomucká 128, 326 00 Plzeň
Phone: +420 378 020 500
GSM: +420 731 455 420, +420 603 876 889