If you need to pay for the City tour and Conference dinner separately, using your private card, click on the link below and forward us your payment confirmation to bordetella@biomed.cas.cz The payment of registration by card and wire transfer is on the Registration page.

Separate City tour and conference dinner payment https://buy.stripe.com/5kA8xQeSscyIauA8wx

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The meeting is run in a hybrid format, on-site and on-line

On-site registration covers conference services and materials (VAT 21%), coffee breaks and meals on-site (VAT 12%).

Conference dinner is charged separately (VAT 12%).

Online registration covers online conference services, e.g. streams of the talks, recordings and virtual poster sessions

Only full payments made in CZK are accepted.

Practical information

The Czech crown (CZK) is the currency of the Czech Republic (in some shops Euro is accepted at unfavorable exchange rates). The exchange rate oscilates between 22-23 CZK per $1USD or 24-25 CZK per 1€ (see https://www.cnb.cz/en). One can pay by card almost everywhere and there is a plentitude of cash machines in the streets and near the hotels. Hence, there is no need to use the unfavorable exchange services in the downtown, nor to withdraw substantial cash amounts. Several hundreds to thousands of CZK should be enough for all what you will need to pay in cash, if at all. Public transport tickects can be paid by card and a free public transport ticket for 5 days of the conference will be with the registration.

Time zone

GMT + 2h.

Weather and Dress

End of June in the Czech Republic is generally warm with temperatures between 24 °C (74 °F) to 30 °C (92 °F) during the day. Formal dress is not required for any event.

Electric Supply

The Czech electricity system uses 230V AC, 50 Hz (50/60 cycles). Czech sockets are of the standard European type F (two-prong round pin plugs with a hole for the main ground pin).

Opening Hours
Most museums and shops are open daily from 9am to 6pm. Museums are closed on Mondays and state holidays. Banks operate similarly, but remain closed on Saturdays and Sundays.

Health Care

The European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) enables access to public healthcare services on the same basis as for Czech residents.

Important telephone numbers
112: General Emergency
150: Fire Fighters
155: Ambulance
156: Prague Municipal Police
158: Police