We can arrange visits to various breweries in and around Prague. Your students will be able to watch the brewery process from start to finish - Explore the making, bottling and marketing of the brewery, along with a seminar for your group.
Distilleries we can offer include Becherovka Distillery, Staropramen Brewery, Pilsen Urquell Brewery, U Fleku Brewery.
With a town so well known for its beer, brewing beer as early as 1118, where better to take a tour of their fantastic breweries.
Receive an economics seminar at the Center for Economic Research and Graduate Education or CERGE Institute as it is more well known, part of the prestigious Charles University.
CERGE is a joint workplace in the field of Economics. Students can explore areas of the political system, the economic development, Gross Domestic Product, sector shares, State budgets, inflation, unemployment and import/export, followed by a Q&A session to make sure your students are getting the most from this experience as possible.
Prague holds one of the largest tram networks in the world and is constantly coming up with new construction works to take place.
Your group can visit a leading Czech construction company that makes buildings, bridges and tunnels for a talk about the business and explore some of the leading projects along with health and safety issues.
Founded in 1903, and connected with over 300 years of glass making as a family, Ruckl Crystal was chosen for the production and supply of official state gifts due to the very high quality of its products and services.
Your group can experience the day to day life of working within a family run glass making enviroment. This visit includes glass-furnaces where the glass has been melted, glass-blowers, view where the glass-cutters cut ornament patterns on the glass products and the hall with specimens of cut glass and final products
Established in 1992 by the Ministry and Industry of Trade, Czech Invest is the investment and business development agency of the Czech Republic whose services and development programmes contribute to attracting foreign investment and to developing Czech companies.
Your group will receive a presentation about the company followed by an opportunity to interview and pose questions to a local expert.
Czech National Bank Exhibition
The Czech National Bank is the central bank of the Czech Republic.
The exhibition 'People & Money,' has been open to the public since January 2002 in the spaces of the former strong-room at the CNB's headquarters. Your students can take a look into the history of money evolution from flint to digital money and chip.
Your group can take advantage of the following facilities: Audio-visual viewings, 65 show-cases displaying unique exhibits, a special show-case containing a ton of red gold, represented in various shapes, forgeries and examples of money protection techniques, along with interactive touch-screens.
It is sometimes possible to arrange a guided tour of the Czech stock exchange, giving a unique insight into how the Czech economy works.
Prague Stock Exchange is the biggest organiser of the securities market in the Czech Republic and, in May 2004, was granted the status of a "designated offshore securities market" to the Prague Stock Exchange and included it into the list of offshore exchanges reliable for investors.
Visit the home of one of the world’s finest piano makers and explore how they are made, sold and distributed.
PETROF have been making piano's for over 140 years and each instrument is marked with seal of Eurpoean Excellence. Instruments have not only been sold to top-class piano players, but composers, students and their teachers for many years.
Take a guided tour of the second largest airport in Central Europe - Prague Airport.
The airport can handle over 15m passengers per year, just last year more than twelve million people went through the airport. This year there is an estimate that 73.2 million passengers will check in.
Your group will have the opportunity to explore behind the scenes areas, and receive a talk about the airport itself.
Visit one of Europe’s leading & modern car factories, and receive a guided tour. The tour includes being shown the design process and seeing how a car is made. The visit continues with a chance to view the production plant itself in the manufacturing hall, along with a visit to the museum.
The Skoda Car Company was founded in 1895 and has since produced a wide range of classic automobiles. Pre-war, Skoda was a pioneer in many fields and produced some of the finest cars of its day.
Home to some of the most advanced and efficient technologies in the automotive industry. The visit begins with a film presentation about the history and production of the company and is then followed by a tour through the production space on electric trains.
TPCA (Toyota Peugeot Citroen Automobile) is an automobile manufacturing company based in Kolin, Czech Republic. TPCA is a joint venture between Toyota Motor Corporation of Japan and PSA Peugeot Citroën of France and has been producing small cars for the European market since 2005.