Competitiveness / Transport, Infrastructure and Tourism

This section feature research, opinion and progress reports on how the Czech Republic compares to other EU countries economically. It includes analysis of international rankings such as the WEF and World Bank.

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23rd November 2018 / Competitiveness / Transport, Infrastructure and Tourism


PCB: Prague is the Second-Best City in the Region of Central and Eastern Europe in Terms of Sustainable Development

Prague, according to the latest Sustainable Cities Index (SCI) of the Arcadis international consultancy, ranked among the top of sustainable cities in the CEE region from the point of view of the local population. The Czech metropolis was ranked 23rd on the global scale. Arcadis' Sustainable Cities Index 2018 presents London as the city in the lead, followed by Stockholm and Edinburgh. In the first twenty, there are 14 European cities, 3 Asian and 3 North American cities, Prague Convention Bureau writes.
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8th November 2018 / Competitiveness / Transport, Infrastructure and Tourism


Operators finish coverage of the pilot section of Prague’s underground

 Mobile services available in the entire Muzeum – Roztyly section  Another 21 stations in the central part of Prague will be covered next year
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18th October 2018 / Competitiveness / Transport, Infrastructure and Tourism


Prague.tv: Prague has Europe's fifth highest hotel occupancy

Prague has the fifth-highest hotel occupancy rate in Europe, and is the continent’s 10th largest hotel market, Raymond Johnston writes for Prague.tv. 
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26th September 2018 / Competitiveness / Transport, Infrastructure and Tourism


The Independent: Brno Guide: Where to Eat, Drink, Shop and Stay in the Czech Republic's Second City

The Czech Republic’s second largest city offers a welcome respite from the constant crowds of Prague. A renowned university town, locals and students are extremely well catered for in this burgeoning gastronomic and cultural hub. Brno’s history of nurturing young talent dates back to 1769, when an 11-year-old Mozart conducted at the Reduta, Central Europe’s oldest theatre. 
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18th September 2018 / Competitiveness / Transport, Infrastructure and Tourism


Prague Airport: Korean Air to Service Its Seoul – Prague Route Using Dreamliners from October 2018

Korean Air has announced that, effective 29 October 2018, the carrier will use Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners for 269 passengers in a three-class seating configuration to service its route connecting Prague with Seoul, the capital of South Korea. Flights will still be offered three times a week during the winter schedule – on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
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Members of the American Chamber of Commerce in the Czech Republic