Travels and Hotels
U Borského parku 31
301 00 Plzeň
Booking: +420 378 772 909, firstname.lastname@example.org (mention IEOM conference rate)
Lobby: +420 378 772 977, +420 608 111 702, email@example.com
Contact: Mr. Libor Vlach, firstname.lastname@example.org
Discounted Room Rates for IEOM Conference Participants
Standard room single – 1714 CZK / 66 EUR
Standard room double – 2174 CZK / 84 EUR
Superior room single – 2174 CZK / 84 EUR
Superior room double – 2634 CZK / 101 EUR
Junior apartment single – 2289 CZK/ 88 EUR
Junior apartment double – 2749 CZK / 106 EUR
Business apartment single – 2519 CZK / 97 EUR
Business apartment double – 2979 CZK / 115 EUR
Above rates include 15% VAT, buffet breakfast, parking space, free wireless internet, free access to fitness centre and to our outside swimming pool.
Travel to Pilsen
- By plane – Prague Vaclav Havel Airport
- By train – direct train from Prague and Munich
- By bus – International connections can be made from all major cities of neighbouring countries and in many other European cities (Munich, Nuremberg, Cologne, Frankfurt, London, Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam, Geneva, etc.)
- By car –
- Prague (50 minutes, the centre of Prague, 75 minutes)
- Munich (3 hours)
- Nuremberg (2 hours)
- Brno (3 hours)
Pilsen is one of the most important industrial cities in the Czech Republic. The establishment of two industrial giants in the late 19th century, Škoda Works and the Pilsner Urquell brewery, brought the greatest renown to the city.
Industrial visits to these companies, and/or other relevant organizations, are planned to be carried out during the last day of the conference.
One of the most recognized Czech brands for many years has been the Škoda´s logo, the winged arrow. The company´s beginnings reach back to 1859, when a foundry and engineering plant was established in Pilsen.
About Czech Republic
The Czech Republic is a country with a long history located in the heart of Europe and creating a bridge between former East and West Europe. The Czech Republic is known as an industrial country, as well as a country with beautiful countryside and many national parks. The country is also well-known for its historical heritage, with numerous sites designated as UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Sites. Modern Czech society is fully integrated into the European Union and the modern world but keeps its rich historical traditions. Its capital Prague is known world-wide for its beautiful medieval downtown and at the same time, for being a modern center of central European business. The conference host city Pilsen is one of the most important industrial and university centers of the Czech Republic.
Prague Airport (PRG) is the most important international airport in the Czech Republic and is the biggest of the airports of the new EU member states. This international air hub offers approximately 50 airlines connecting Prague with about 130 destinations worldwide by direct scheduled flights.
The drive from Prague to the conference city Pilsen takes only 35 minutes using the interstate motorway D5 connecting Germany and the Czech Republic.
IEOM volunteers will be available at the Prague airport to guide how to use bus from Prague airport to Pilsen
If you need visa to visit EU, please contact nearest embassy.
Accompanying programme – potential options
- Prague – Time Honoured
- Karlovy Vary
- Spa of WesternPrague