The world’s Free Cities conference

Liberty in Our Lifetime

– From Vision to Reality –

Empire Hall, Prague, Czech Republic

1-3 November 2024











Free Cities Projects



New Ideas

Hear from speakers representing the world’s leading Free City projects.

Lasting Connections

Meet people who are passionate about self-sovereignty: entrepreneurs, settlers and travellers.

Why attend Liberty in Our Lifetime?

Liberty in Our Lifetime is the conference of the global Free Cities community. Attendees will gain insights into groundbreaking private city projects like Próspera and Ciudad Morazán in Honduras, intentional communities like Montelibero in Montenegro and Liberstad in Norway, and the unique self-governing island of Sark in the Channel Islands.

The conference takes place at the stunning Empire Hall, located in Prague’s historic city center. Our 350+ attendees will have the chance to learn how they can benefit from moving to, investing in, or doing business in a Free City, and otherwise join a movement that is changing the way people think about governance.

Conference Information

Where does the conference take place?

The main conference venue is Empire Hall located at Na Příkopě 859/22, 110 00 Nové Město in Prague, Czech Republic. Note that Empire Hall is located within the Slovanský dům shopping mall. Enter via the northernmost entrance and the venue is located 50m inside the mall on the left-hand side.

The VIP dinner (upgraded ticket required) will take place on November 1st at Mlýnec Restaurant, address: Novotného lávka 5, 110 00 Staré Město. The restaurant is a 17-minute walk away from Empire Hall and can also be easily reached by Bolt or Uber. Details of venues for other program activities will be added nearer to the conference date

What is the conference like?

Last year’s Liberty in Our Lifetime conference attracted participants from more than 30 countries. Our conference attendees include perpetual travelers, digital nomads, people interested in moving to or starting a business in a Free City, and high-net-worth individuals who invest in Free City projects. Attendees will have the opportunity to mingle with 40 speakers who are leading the development of Free Cities or have expertise in related areas such as architecture, urban planning, and Flag Theory.

As organizers, we recognize that the best conferences allow people to gain quality industry insights while also building lasting connections with fellow attendees. To achieve this, our program includes targeted networking activities with facilitators, social events in the evenings, and a main stage program of talks which are kept short (10-20 mins each) so that attendees can receive engaging and concise introductions to a variety of topics. The program also offers attendees plenty of opportunities to ask questions and engage with the speakers.

Liberty in Our Lifetime is known for offering attendees actionable advice on achieving self-sovereignty, rather than presenting theoretical visions that rely on the election of a particular political party. The conference program showcases real projects that participants can move to and engage with, and offers practical guidance on how to do this.

When should I arrive and depart?

The main conference talks will take place on Friday November 1st and Saturday November 2nd with additional networking events happening on the sidelines. We recommend that attendees arrive in Prague on Thursday October 31st and depart on the evening of Sunday 3rd.

On the evening of Thursday October 31st, a drinks mixer will be arranged to allow conference attendees to get to know each other ahead of the program of talks.

Talks on Friday will run from approximately 10am to 7pm, and on Saturday from approximately 10am to 4pm. On Sunday November 3rd social activities will take place from approximatley 1pm to 5pm.

Can I bring children to the event?

In order to make our event accessible to families, we are pleased to offer free entry to all children under 18 when they are accompanied by a paying adult. A childrens’ play area with soft flooring and games suitable for toddlers will be set up in the conference networking room.

If you would like to bring children to Liberty in Our Lifetime, please let us know in advance by emailing so that we can add your child to the attendee list.

What should I wear to the conference?

Our conference has a business causal dress code. We request shirts, jackets, smart trousers and smart shoes for men, and appropriate business attire for women.

Why have a dress code? The Liberty in Our Lifetime community is made up of people who aim to build new societies. Dressing well demonstrates that we are serious about this task, and serves as a sign of respect to speakers and fellow attendees.

How can I sponsor Liberty in Our Lifetime?

An overview of options for sponsoring Liberty in Our Lifetime can be found in our sponsor kit. To make an enquiry about sponsorship, please email

Where should I stay while in Prague?

You can find our recommendations on where to stay, along with other helpful tips about navigating the city, food and socialising in our Prague Guide.


The main conference program takes place at Empire Hall (Na Příkopě 859/22, 110 00 Nové Město).

Attendees have the option of buying a general admission, premium or VIP ticket. The general admission ticket offers admissions ot the talks and exhibition area only. The premium upgrade allows you to access to the lunchtime dining area on Friday and Saturday where they can enjoy a delicious buffet lunch and networking with fellow attendees. The VIP ticket offers you access the the premium lunch and the VIP dinner on the evening of Friday November 1st. VIP ticket holders will have an opportunity to enjoy a sumptuous three-course dinner and free-flowing wine at the glamorous Mlýnec Restaurant that overlooks Prague’s stunning Vltava River and the historic Charles Bridge. 

Ticket prices rise in:








Early BirdYoung Admission


General Admission
available to age 26 or under

Early BirdGeneral Admission


 Full two-day conference program

Beverages all day

Early BirdPremium Admission


Full two-day conference program

Beverages all day

Lunch Friday

Lunch Saturday

Early BirdVIP Admission


Full two-day conference program

Beverages all day

Lunch Friday

Lunch Saturday

VIP dinner on Saturday

Mlýnec Restaurant

VIP Dinner at Mlýnec Restaurant

Premium Buffet Lunch


Massimo Mazzone

Building a blue-collar Free City in Honduras

Peter Young

Leads Free Cities Foundation

Titus Gebel

Free Cities Builder

Ivan Ko

Hong Kong community leader

Joe Quirk

Seasteading Pioneer

Alex Voss

Senior Advisor, Free Cities Foundation

Natalie Danelishen

Free Cities Foundation / Influencer

Mark Lutter

Developing a Charter City in the Caribbean

Carl Peterson

Building new cities in Africa

Joyce Brand

“The Morazan Model” for new cities

Francisco Litvay

Flag Theory and Economic Zone expert

Grant Romundt

Developing the world’s first floating homes

Sondre Bjellås

Building a free community in southern Norway

Patrik Schumacher

World-leading Architect


18:00 - 23:00 Prague - TBD

Arrival Drinks

Free Cities Foundation invites you to attend welcome drinks on the evening prior to the conference’s official start. The evening will offer an opportunity to sample world-famous Czech beer, meet fellow attendees, and beat the Friday morning registration rush by picking up your conference pass a day early.

08:30 - 10:00 Empire Hall


Please arrive early to avoid queues and allow time for networking.

10:30 - 18:30 Empire Hall


For holders of premium and VIP tickets a hot buffet and dedicated networking space will be available during the lunch break.

19:30 - 23:00 Mlýnec Restaurant

VIP Dinner

To participate in this event, please procure a VIP ticket.

10:30 - 17:00 Empire Hall


For holders of premium and VIP tickets a hot buffet and dedicated networking space will be available during the lunch break.

19:00 - 23:00 TBD

Social Mixer

All attendees welcome.

12:00 - 17:00 tbd

Social & Networking Activities


Our conference takes place in the Empire Hall within the Slovansky Dum mall which is right in the center of town. You will find both metro and tram stops nearby (Namesti republiky or Mustek). If you plan on driving to the conference, it can be a challenge to find parking in the center. However, you may want to consider leaving your car in nearby shopping malls Palladium or Kotva.