The venue of the meeting will be the Prague Congress Centre, located near to the Old Town of Prague, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
EuMCE will be a great opportunity to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the accession of several Central European countries (Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and the Czech Republic) into the European Union in May 2004.
Prague is a beautiful historical city with a very busy lifestyle and culture. There are numerous theatres, museums and other outstanding historical monuments and buildings. Most world renowned is Prague Castle (https://www.hrad.cz/en/prague-castle-for-visitors), alongside Charles Bridge, Old Town Square, Wenceslas Square and many other historical sites. Each evening there are several concerts in different historical buildings to choose from. More detailed information about Prague can be found at http://www.praguecityline.com/ .
In the Prague region there are also many important monuments near the city, such as Karlstejn Castle (https://www.hrad-karlstejn.cz/en ) and Konopiste Castle (https://www.zamek-konopiste.cz/en ). Not so far from Prague there is another Czech UNESCO World Heritage site: Cesky Krumlov (http://www.ckrumlov.info/docs/en/kaktualita.xml).
Tours to the most important historical monuments inside and outside Prague will be organised for EuMCE participants and for accompanying persons.