National House

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The Neo-renaissance building - National House of Vinohrady was built in 1894. Together with the Vinohrady Theater and St. Ludmila church it is one of the dominant buildings on Namesti Miru square.

Namesti Miru is sqare in the center of Prague, close to Wenceslav Square, the main Railway station and the D1 traffic artery. It is only 30 min by car from Pragues Internationl airport. It's also very easy to get there by public transportation. You can take metro (tube, underground) - line A – station Namesti Miru or trams 4, 10, 16, 22, 23, 51, 57 and 59.

The location of National House of Vinohrady is one of it's great advatages, it's right in the city centre and therefore it is an ideal place for social and cultural events.
Needed to mention The biggest advantage of the National House of Vinohrady, which are three outstanding a luxurious halls and five superb meeting rooms. Other benefits are handy parking, technical support including lifts, high speed internet, WiFi, etc.

So naturaly the Building is ideal not only for cultural events, but also for conferences, sales and contract exhibitions and training seminars.

The National House of Vinohrady has four floors and two basement floors. In the basement and first floor are commercial premises, offices, restaurants, a fitness center and the main entrance to the building with box office. On the second floor are three halls and meeting rooms. On the third floor are balconies and offices.

Since 1994 has been the National House of Vinohrady managed by company named Narodni dum – Kulturni dum zeleznicaru, s. r. o., headed by JUDr. Jan Nekola.

Thanks to our long experience we provide the highest quality services. Our commitment to quality obliges us to focus constantly on innovation, improvement, long term relationship with costumers as well as partners and on being part of the cultural life of Prague.

The Conference is held under the auspices of

Ministry of the Environment of the Czech Republic
Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic