By plane

From the Vaclav Havel Airport Prague take bus no. 119 to the Nádraží Veleslavín metro station, then metro line A to the Staroměstská station and then tram no. 17 to the Právnická fakulta tram stop.

By train

There are three railways companies operating in the Czech Republic: The Czech Rail Company, Leo Express and RegioJet. Note that some trains request advanced compulsory seat reservation (e.g., the Czech Rail Company’s Pendolino express). For timetables and tickets, please refer to (available in English).

From the Prague Main Railway Station take tram no. 26 to the Náměstí Republiky stop and then bus no. 207 to the Právnická fakulta bus stop.

By bus

Travelling by bus is in most cases cheaper than by train, on some occasion also faster. For information about domestic and international timetables, please refer to (available in English).

From the Florenc main bus terminal take bus no. 207 to the Právnická fakulta bus stop.



Participants are responsible for arranging their accommodation.

We have arranged for you special prices at the hotels listed below, both of which can be easily reached by public transport from the Law Faculty of Charles University where the conference takes place. Other suitable options can be found e.g. at We strongly recommend early reservation of your accommodation due to the high season.

Ibis Praha Mala Strana***

Here you may reserve a single room for 1800 CZK or a double room for 1970 CZK per person per night including breakfast. This offer lasts till 22nd October 2019. For arranging this accommodation, please, send an email to They will provide you with a special reservation form for you. In your email, please, refer to the name of the conference “The Future of Europe as a Place of Refuge”.


Here you may reserve a room for 4150 CZK per person per one night or, in case of longer stay of three nights and more, a room for 3750 CZK per person per night. The price includes breakfast buffet, fitness center and WIFI. The rooms will be available only till they are sold out.

To make a reservation for 1-2 night, please, go to the reservation form here.

To make a reservation for 3 nights and more, please, go to the reservation form here.



The Law Faculty of Charles University was formed in 1348 as one of four faculties of the newly established Charles University. Presently, with more than 4500 students, the Faculty of Law is the largest accredited faculty of law in the Czech Republic. Many Law Faculty alumni hold prominent positions within the justice system, in central and local administration, within the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in public service and also in private legal practice and private businesses.

The Law Faculty building is a monument of modern architecture. It was built by Czech architect Ladislav Machoň (1888-1973), a representative of modern classicism and functionalism. The construction was carried out between 1926 and 1929 in accordance with the development design from 1914 made by Jan Kotěra (1871-1923), an architect of international significance, who was a leading figure of Czech modern architecture. The interior of the building is Machoň’s own work.


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