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Who We Are

Grunsberg Institute – Youngberry, s.r.o., a renowned trademark in the field of high quality services for demanding clients. We appreciate the confidence our clients have been showing to our agency since as early as 1997. Each of their demands and wishes has motivated us to improve the quality our our services and to search new ways. Our professional team consists only of the people who respect high moral standards and company’s ethical code, and only such candidates are being invited to join us.

From the year 1997, we have been providing trainig for our own employees and the employees of our business partners. In recent years, we have also offered trainings for the wider public.

For larger groups of attendees, and for businesses, we provide specially tailored trainings on site according to their request, in 5* hotels, and in aristocratic locations around Prague and her environs.

We offer tailored seminars that will bring you a closer understanding of themes such as social etiquette, business etiquette, organizing and planning social events, and business English. These seminars and trainings are ideal for hotels, banks and private residence owners who would like their workers to excellently represent their business, hotel, bank, or private estate.

Our vision

The Grunsberg Institute is passionate about providing the very best training to the next generation of aspiring Event planners, Businness owners and Butlers, as well as improving the skills of those currently working in the businness or hospitality industry. The Grunsberg Institute provides the highest standard of excellence as we implement a strict limitation on the number of places available on each our Course. This allows the Grunsberg Institute couches to concentrate on pure individual attention. We are a Proffesional Insitute and focus on practical proffesional training, all ages welcome although the minimum age is 18.

 

O nás

Od roku 1997 zajišťujeme školení vlastních zaměstnanců a zaměstnanců našich obchodních partnerů. V posledních letech nabízíme školení také široké veřejnosti.

Pro větší skupiny posluchačů a firmy připravujeme školení na míru dle požadavků, v 5* hotelech nebo aristokratických sídlech v Praze a okolí.

 

Semináře na míru vám přiblíží témata společenské etikety, byznys etikety, organizace a plánování společenských akcí a byznys angličtiny. Semináře a školení jsou vhodné zejména pro hotely, banky a vlastníky rezidencí, kteří chtějí, aby jejich pracovníci výborně reprezentovali jejich firmu, hotel, banku nebo soukromé sídlo.

 

About Prague

Prague is the capital and currently the largest city in the Czech Republic. It is also the 15thlargest city in the EU. Prague has developed over 11 centuries into what it is today. As a historical metropolis, it was the capital of the Czech Principality, the Bohemian Kingdom, and the seat of the Holy Roman Empire. The city played a significant role in the Czech and Protestant Reformation.

Prague is home to all kinds of famous cultural sites, many of which survived the devestating period of the 20thcentury. Among the main attractions belong Prague Castle, Charles Brigde, Old Town Square with its Astronomical Clock, Jewish Quarter, Petrin hill and lookout tower, and Vysehrad. Since 1992, the historical center of Prague has been listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Prague is commonly referred to as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. The city’s historical center with its unique panorama view of the Prague Castle, the world’s largest castle complex, is a listed UNESCO heritge site.

 

How to Get to Prague

Prague supplies her visitors with all kinds of inbound transport: plane, train, bus, personal vehicle, and even water. Internal integrated city transit offers comfortabl travel throughout the city.

 

By Train

Prague has two international train stations: Wilson (main), near Wenceslas Square, and Holešovice. Both stations offer refreshments, shops, possibility for accommodations, and each is conncected to the center (and each other) by the metro line C.

 

Smaller tran stations are important for regional transport. Masaryk Train Station, near the Florenc Bus Depot, is the oldest train station and services connections from the north and east. Smichov Train Station provides connections in the direction of Pilsen and Písek. The train stations in Vršovice, Liben, and Vysočany mainly serve the connection system for suburban and city passenger train lines between  the Central Bohemia Region and Prague.

 

By Car

Visitors are not recommended to drive into the city center where the city boroughs of Prague 1, 2, 3 and  7 have reserved most of the parking spaces for residents. It is preferable for visitors to leave their car in  P + R car parks then continue via public transport. Alternatively, there are large parking lots and garages at the Main Train Station, Florenc, under the National Theater, Malostranské náměstí, Na Františku, under Kotva department store, Rudolfinum, Alšovo nábřeží, or Opletalova Street.

 

By Bus

Buses, which aren’t part of the city’s integrated public transit, connect Prague to all of Europe. Bus lines run regularly to all the major cities in the EU and even beyond with incoming buses arriving in various bus terminals throughout the city. The most frequented bus depot is Florenc in the city center.

 

By Plane

Ruzyně Airport Václav Havel Prague (international abbreviation PRG) handles over 40 airlines and  hundreds of destinations. It has three terminals. Terminal 1 primarily serves intercontinental flights. Terminal 2 is for transit between Schengen areas. And, Terminal 3 is dedicated to specialty and private flights. For information, contact the operator on the non-stop telephone line +420 220 111 888.

 

The city center, located about 10 km from the airport, can be reached by public transport. Bus line 119 operates handicap-accessible buses from the airport to the metro line A. Bus line 100 goes to Zlicin where it is possible to transfer to the metro line B. And, bus line 179 goes to Nové Butovice, which also lies along the metro line B. Buses do not run all night. Visitors should count on regular bus services operating from about 5am until around midnight. During night hours, bus numbers 119 and 510 run between the city and the airport at half-hour intervals.

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Jaroslav Horák

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Lance Le Roux

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Lucie Le Roux

Senior Etiquette & Protocol Instructor