Czech Republic time in the summer is two hours ahead of GMT.
Slovakia time in the summer is two hours ahead of GMT.
In Czech Republic and in Slovakia the power sockets used are of type E.
Type E: This socket also works with plug C. Plug F will also do, but
only with an additional pinhole. The standard voltage is 230V.
The official currency in The Czech Republic is the Czech koruna.
24 August 2015: EUR 1 = about CZK 26
The simplest way to obtain currency in Prague is to withdraw Czech Crowns
from a cash machine (ATM). To exchange cash for Czech Crowns, good rates
are available in Prague, but be careful where you do it. For instance, you
may obtain 2,600 CZK at the exchange office located in the Palladium
shopping mall (a few steps from Hotel Axa) at floor -2. In Venceslav
Square for 100 euro they may offer only 2,300 CZK
The official currency in Slovakia is Euro.
Before travelling to the course, please check the weather forecast for
Prague and Bratislava.
Weather forecast - Prague
Prague, 30 August 2015, 3.00 pm
Weather forecast - Bratislava
Every meal organized by MEDIA Salles generally arranges for
alternative vegetarian dishes to be available. Nevertheless,
vegetarians are kindly requested to let us know before the start of
Free WI-FI both at Axa Hotel in Prague and at Austria Trend Hotel Bratislava
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