+ How can I stay up to date with what is going on around Awakening Europe?
There are three great ways to get updates reguarly:
- Check out our FREE app! You will find testimonies, see the latest pictures, videos and learn more about future events.
+ Where can I get tickets for the next event?
You can find all information about the tickets here once registration opens.
+ How can I volunteer during the event?
Awesome that you're asking! We will need a lot of volunteers! We need you, your heart, your passion, your love for Jesus! Join us in serving Prague to see Jesus be glorified over the nations of Europe. Sign up to volunteer here.
+ What does the event schedule look like?
Please find the latest schedule on our event page.
We will announce a more detailed schedule in the days prior to the event.
+ What languages are spoken at the event?
The event will be in English and Czech. English will be translated into Czech from stage and vice versa.
We probably will be providing simultaneous translation into different languages - we will keep you up to date on this via facebook and on this page.
+ Are there assigned seats?
Are you coming with your family or friends? We're sure that you'd like to sit together! That's why we don't have any assigned seats in the Arena so you can freely choose where you want to sit.
+ How do I get to Prague?
By car: Prague is located only 2 hours from the German and Austrian borders. A toll sticker is needed for most motorways in the Czech Republic. You can buy them in every gas station near the border or special offcies at the motorway. There is a 10-days toll sticker for 12 Euro.
By plane: The Václav Havel Airport Prague is located around 25 minutes outside of Prague's city center. There are over 30 airlines flying to Prague. Easyjet for example from 11 different cities in Europe. Click here to find more information about how to get to the city from the airport.
By train: The Prague main station (Praha hl.n.) is connecting Prague to more than 50 cities in Europe. Located in the city center it provides one of the best connections to busses, taxis and trams to get around the city. There is a very good website (www.cd.cz) available in English, Czech and German.
+ How do I get to the Eden Arena?
- Public transport: The Eden Arena is located south-east of Prague's city center and served by buses and trams, with stops for both using the name Slavia. Trams 4, 7, 22 and 24 run along Vršovická street, north of the stadium, while bus services 135, 136, 150 and 213 stop on U Slavie street, immediately west of the stadium. The nearest metro station is Želivského.
- U Slavie 1540/2a,
100 00 Praha 10-Vršovice,