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PRAGUE TOURIST INFORMATION
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MAPS

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DISABLED TRAVELERS

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ABOUT CZECH REPUBLIC

CZECH LANGUAGE

PRAGUE HISTORY
PLACES TO SEE / ATTRACTIONS

TOP ATTRACTIONS / DON'T MISS

CITY DISTRICTS / CITY GUIDE
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OUT OF PRAGUE ATTRACTIONS
RESTAURANTS / DINNING OUT

ABOUT RESTAURANTS / BARS

CHEAP RESTAURANTS
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TOP RESTAURANTS
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ENTERTAINMENT / CLUBS

ABOUT / GENERAL

CLASSIC MUSIC AND OPERA
JAZZ CLUBS
ROCK CLUBS
DANCE CLUBS

CINEMA

NIGHT CLUBS / ESCORTS

NIGHT CLUBS

STAG PARTIES

GAY & LESBIAN SCENE

COMMUNICATIONS / PHONES / POST
ABOUT / GENERAL
USING YOUR MOBILE PHONE THERE
EMAIL / INTERNET CAFES
ENGLISH MEDIA / NEWSPAPERS
MONEY MATTERS / COSTS

COST IN PRAGUE

EXCHANGE OFFICES / ATMS
PRAGUE SAFETY / ADVICES

IS PRAGUE SAFE?

TOURIST VISA / IMMIGRATION

TOURIST VISA

EMBASSIES
CUSTOMS
WORK IN PRAGUE / JOBS

ABOUT PRAGUE JOBS

PRAGUE PICTURES GALLERY

PICTURE GALLERY

E-BROCHURES
MOVIES

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Tourist Visas / Czech Republic

If you’re traveling to the Czech Republic you require valid passport or ID card (for EU members). EU and EEC citizens do not need visa for any purpose of visit. The Czech Republic is an EU member state but, it does not have an open-border policy with neighboring EU countries. To enter the Czech Republic ,even if you have the valid visa, you must have a passport with at least 6 months validity i.e. if you arrive on January 1st, your passport must not expire before June 1st of that year. If you have children aged 15 or over they must have their own passport. To find out if you need a visa click HERE. Citizens of Andorra (3m), Argentina (90d), Australia (3m), Bolivia (3m), Brazil (3m), Bulgaria (3m), Chile (90d), China (only for Hong Kong and Macao passport holders, 3m), Croatia (90d), Guatemala (3m), Honduras (3m), Israel (90d), Japan (3m), Canada (3m), Costa Rica (90d), Malaysia (90d), Mexico (90d), Monaco (3m), Nicaragua (3m), New Zealand (3m), Panama (90d), Paraguay (3m), Romania (3m), El Salvador (3m), San Marino (3m), Singapore (30d), South Korea (90d), Brunei (3m), Uruguay (90d), USA (3m), Vatican (3m) and Venezuela (3m) do not need tourist visa (90d or 3m - means for maximum stay of 90days or 3months). Other nationalities probably need to apply for a visa at their nearest Czech embassy or consulate. This can takes up to 3 weeks, so apply well ahead. There is no visa upon arrival, so if you require visa and don’t have one, you’ll be refused entry. Visa can be extended for another 90 days at Cizinecka Policie a pasove sluzby (Olsanska 2, Zizkov). Applications take a few days to process. You have to pay a 1000 CZK fee

Passport validity and registration requirements for EU/EEA citizens and other nationals

Nationals from European Union countries and European Economic Area (EEA):

As from the 1st of May 2004 nationals from European Union countries and European Economic Area can travel to the Czech Republic with a passport or ID card which is valid for the entire duration of their stay.

EU and EEA citizens whose stay in the Czech Republic will exceed 30 days are obliged to register within 30 days on their arrival in the Czech Republic with the Alien and Border Police.
In case you stay in a hotel or similar institution the provider of the accommodation should arrange this registration for you.

All other nationals who do not require visas:

The passport must be valid for a period of at least 90 days beyond the expected length of stay in the Czech Republic, counted from the date of entering the Czech Republic.

Foreign nationals whose stay in the Czech Republic will exceed 30 days are obliged to register within 30 days on their arrival in the Czech Republic with the Alien and Border Police.
In case you stay in a hotel or similar institution the provider of the accommodation should arrange this registration for you.

Nationals who do require visas:

The passport has to be valid for at least 90 days beyond the requested length of the visa.

Foreign nationals are obliged to register with the Alien and Border Police within 3 weekdays of their arrival in the Czech Republic.
In case you stay in a hotel or similar institution the provider of the accommodation should arrange this registration for you.

Children inscribed in parent's passport:

Children inscribed in their parents´ passports are allowed to travel with their parents up to the age of 15. Once the child has reached the age of 15, a separate passport is necessary.
 
 

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Walks of Prague

choose from following PRAGUE WALKS      
- The Superior Tour of Prague
- Ghost Walk of Prague
- Lunch on the River
- The Famous Pubs of the Old Town
- Dinner on the River
- Individual Walk
- Prague Castle and the Royal Route
- Prague by Car