Tourism Information


Prague, also known as the “City of a Hundred Spires,” boasts a rich history dating back to the Middle Ages. It is home to incredible landmarks such as Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, and Old Town Square. These historical treasures attract visitors from around the world.

IMPS 2024 Excursion

On Thursday the 18th, all participants have the opportunity to take a two-hour guided walking tour with the Society and fellow conference goers.

It is a unique opportunity to discover not only a selection of the main UNESCO monuments, but also peek inside the off-the-beaten-path passages and corners. Listen to stories about personalities and events shaping the City of a Hundred Spires since the 9th century AD.


  • Old Town Square with its reputed Astronomical Clock
  • Charles Bridge
  • Gothic Church of Our Lady before Týn
  • Baroque St Nicolas Church

Leisure tips

On behalf of the Local Organizing Committee, we bring one more tip. This is Riegrovy sady (Rieger Gardens) – a beautiful park located next to the Prague University of Economics and Business. This park offers an amazing view of city and is an ideal place to clear your mind even during the day or after the end of the conference program.

We also recommend using the website, where you can find a whole range of other tips or directly planned routes full of sights and interesting places.

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