Venue & Lodging

Venue & Lodging


The IDUG 2023 EMEA Db2 Tech Conference will be held in Prague, Czech Republic, at the Prague Congress Centre (PCC).

Prague Congress Centre

The Prague Congress Centre has a very rich and varied history. The construction of the neofunctionalist building began in 1976 and was completed in 1981 as one of the largest and most modern social centers in Europe. Since then, it has become a recognized venue where many great international congresses and conferences are organized, as well as cultural, social and sport events.

In the last years the Prague Congress Centre went through significant changes, thanks to which it presents itself as a modern venue that keeps up with the technological innovations required for hosting events on international scale. With an exhibition area of 13.000 m², 20 halls and 50 meeting rooms for up to 10.000 people and a beautiful view of the city panorama, it offers a unique, meaningful and quality venue for all kinds of events.

The Prague Congress Centre draws energy from renewable resources and has implemented several energy-saving measures in order to reduce overall energy consumption


5. května 1640/65, Nusle
140 00 Prague 4
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How to get there

From the airport

The PCC is located about 20 km (12.5 miles) from Václav Havel Airport Prague.

By Bus and Metro

The connection between Václav Havel Airport Prague and Prague city center is provided by public transport bus lines which operate at regular few-minute intervals (every 6 minutes) from 4:23 AM to 23:42 PM (last bus) on all days including the weekend. Bus stops are located directly in front of terminals.

Bus rides do not need to be booked in advance. Passengers must buy a ticket before onboarding (the cost is 40 CZK [~ 1.70 EUR] for a single ticket). Tickets are sold in the Visitor Centre, at the Prague Public Transit company counters in Arrival Halls, or from ticket vending machines located throughout both terminals and directly at bus stops. Most ticket machines accept contactless credit card payments. Tickets can also be purchased on the Lítačka mobile app.

To get to the PCC and Corinthia hotel the fastest by public transport, it is recommended to take bus line 119 and then change to the metro.
Take Bus 119 (Terminal 1/Terminal 2 – Veleslavín train station) and get off at Veleslavín train station, then take metro Line A (direction Depo Hostivař) for seven stops and get off at Muzeum stop. Change to metro Line C (direction Haje) for two stops and get off at Vyšehrad. The PCC is located on the right (use entrance 1).

More information on public transport and timetables here: 


By taxi

Sales counters of taxi service providers are located at the Terminals 1 and 2 Arrival Halls, boarding points are clearly marked in front of both Arrival Halls (view map). The trip from the airport to the hotel should take around 35-45 minutes, depending on traffic.

From the train station

Praha Hlavní Nádraží (Prague Main Station)

Take metro Line C (stop Hlavní Nádraží, direction Haje), right in front of the station. Get off after three stops, at Vyšehrad stop. The PCC is located on the right (use entrance 1).


Praha Nádraží Holešovice

Take metro Line C (stop Nádraží Holešovice, direction Haje). Get off after six stops, at Vyšehrad stop. The PCC is located on the right (use entrance 1).


Corinthia Prague

Kongresová 1, Prague 4, 140 69, Czech Republic
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IDUG has secured a room block with favorable rates at the Corinthia Prague. Perched high above the City of a Hundred Spires, Corinthia Prague is home to 539 rooms and 24 meeting spaces, and located just a few steps away from the Prague Congress Centre!

Corinthia Prague Lounge Corinthia Prague Exterior View

Room rates via the dedicated booking link were available until September 13, 2023. There is still a small number of rooms available at the Corinthia - if you still need a room, please write an e-mail to