CzechTourism - Czech Convention Bureau

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The Czech Republic – Your ideal meeting and incentive destination Sharing its borders with Germany in the west, Austria in the south, Slovakia in the east and Poland in the north east, the Czech Republic is situated at the heart of Europe. Made up of the historic regions of Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia, it is its stunning capital city Prague that is most widely used for hosting all manners of meetings and Incentives. There are also 14 other tourist regions which deserve the attention of event organizers. The Czech Republic may be small, but it has a great wealth of valuable heritage sites, twelve of which are on the UNESCO World Heritage List. From historic to modern, the Czech Republic offers a wide variety of conference facilities. Professional congress organizers and destination management companies have creative and innovative attitude. Over last twenty years, they have organised one successful event after another.

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    CzechTourism - Czech Convention Bureau

    www.czechtourism.com
    Vinohradska 1896/46 Prague 2 120 41 Czech Republic
    Tel:  +420 221580453

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