Good to Know

AC Power Plugs and Sockets

Czechia uses a 230-volt 50 Hz system. Sockets follow the standard used also in France, Belgium, Denmark, Poland, Greece, Italy, Ireland and some other countries, and have a grounding pin sticking out of the power socket. Information for proficients: type E socket.

Cell Phones

Participants are kindly requested to turn off or switch their cell phones to silent mode in the meeting rooms where scientific sessions are held.

City Transport

Travelling by Prague city transport is possible with a valid ticket only. Passengers have to obtain their tickets before boarding the vehicle or entering the Metro system. The ticket is valid only if marked in the validation appliance.


The official currency of Czechia is the Czech Crown = Česká koruna (CZK = Kč) which is subdivided into 100 hellers (h). International credit cards are accepted for payment in most hotels, restaurants and shops. Exchange offices and ATM machines are easily available throughout the city and at the Prague International Airport. Payment in cash in EUR is also available in some restaurants and shops, please ask for details on-site. You can find the official exchange rates on the website of the Czech National Bank.

Czech Language

Even though at all the hotels, shops and restaurants in Prague are English spoken, we include a few basic Czech words and sentences that can be useful during your stay in Prague.

Hi Ahoj
Hello Dobrý den
Good evening Dobrý večer
Good night Dobrou noc
How are you? Jak se máte?
I am fine Mám se dobře
Thank you Děkuji
How much is it? Kolik to stojí?
Beer Pivo
Would you like to go for a beer? Nechceš jít na pivo?
One Jeden
Two Dva
Three Tři
Ten Deset

Entry Formalities

All foreign visitors to Czechia must possess a passport valid for at least the next three months. Participants  requiring visa  should apply in advance to consular offices of Czechia or diplomatic missions in their countries in order to avoid delay in travel to the Congress.

Important Telephone Numbers

112 – General Emergency (The European Standard number)
150 – Fire Department
155 – Ambulance
156 – Prague police
158 – Police


The organizers can accept no liability for personal injuries or loss or damage to property belonging to the Workshop participants, either during or as a result of the event. Participants are advised to take out proper travel and health insurance before departing from their home country.


Smoking in the area is not allowed.

Official language

The official language for the EUGEO 2021 will be English. Interpreting at the EUGEO 2021 is not provided.


Most shops in Prague are open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday till Saturday. Shops in the city centre are usually open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday till Sunday.

Time Zone

Czechia is on Central European Time – Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) plus 1 hour. From April to October is summertime, i.e. GMT +2 hours.


Service is usually included in the bill in bars and restaurants but tips are welcome. If you consider the service good enough to warrant a tip, we suggest about ten percent.


The month of June/July is characterized by gradually rising daily high temperatures, with daily highs increasing from 25°C to 30°C. The average probability that some form of precipitation will be observed in a given day is 60%, with little variation over the course of the month. Throughout July, the most common forms of precipitation are moderate rain, thunderstorms, and light rain.

You can find the current weather Conference at