Telc is located about 160 km south-east of Prague (2 hours drive). It can be easily reached from Prague, Brno or Wien.
There will be a conference bus Prague – Telc, leaving from the main railway station in Prague (Praha Hlavni nadrazi, easily accessible by Metro line C).
The bus will be parking in front of the Main railway station. Go to Platform 1, in the middle of the plattorm there is a door to the old historical building with Cafe bar Fantova (Fantova kavarna in Czech). Cross the building around the cafe bar and you will come to the main road (highway) with the bus stop.
Transportation from Prague (Monday, May 24):
|13:30||Bus arrival and meeting of the participants at Prague Main railway station. The bus will not wait after 14:00.|
|14:00||Departure of the bus. Please be aware that the bus will not wait for latecomers so do consider reasonable timing advance!|
Transportation from Telc (Friday, May 28):
|13:30||Departure from hotel Anton (arrival to Prague at about 15:30).|
Trains from Prague to Havlickuv Brod depart from Prague Main Railway Station (Praha Hlavni nadrazi, easily accessible by Metro line C). In Havlickuv Brod, take a direct train to Telc. The time tables can be found at http://www.idos.cz/ (in Czech, English and German).
Buses from Prague to Jihlava depart from Prague Central Bus Station (Praha, UAN Florenc, easily accessible by Metro line C). In Jihlava, take a direct bus to Telc. The time tables can be found at http://www.idos.cz/ (in Czech, English and German).
The recent floods in north and central Moravia have caused extensive damage to roads. However, the situation on the rivers is calming down. The roads which were under water are being reopened now, although some of them have been partially damaged so they cannot be used in their full width.
Most of the main roads are open now. The road I/67 remains closed between Karvina and Cesky Tesin (as of May 20, 2010). Side roads in distant areas may still be affected.
Heavy rainfalls also afflicted operation of several railway lines in central and north Moravia where some rail sections were inundated and had to be discontinued.
Four railway lines in Moravia are still discontinued (May 20, 2010).
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