|Visa Information for tourists visiting
Visas are NOT required for stays up to 90 days by citizens of these countries:
|(a) EU countries, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland;
Albania*, Andorra, Antigua & Barbuda, Argentina,
Australia, Bahamas, Barbados, Bosnia & Herzegovina*, Brazil, Brunei, Canada*, Chile,
Costa Rica, Croatia, Guatemala, Honduras,
Hong Kong*, Israel, Japan, Macedonia*, Macao*, Malaysia, Mauritius, Mexico, Monaco, Montenegro*, New
Zealand, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Saint Christopher & Nevis, Salvador, San Marino, Serbia*, Seychelles, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan*, USA, Uruguay, Vatican, Venezuela.
*some restrictions apply.
Visas are also NOT required in the following circumstances:
(a) Schengen Visa: Where travelers arrive with a Schengen visa, either directly into the Czech Republic or via another Schengen area country, no further visa is required.
(b) Family member of an EU citizen: If a family member of an EU citizen who is not an EU citizen himself/herself holds a temporary or permanent residence permit in another EU country, he/she does not require a visa.
More information on travelers not requiring a visa is available here:
Visit the Czech Republic without a visa.
|Visas ARE required by all visitors not covered by the above.|
Where a visa is required to visit Prague, for a stay of up to 90 days you will need to apply for a Schengen (short-term) visa. But please note the following:
(a) Visas are not available at border crossings or at Prague Airport. If you require a visa and arrive without one, you will be refused entry to the Czech Republic.
(b) Travelers with a visa must register with the police within 3 working days of arrival.
More information on travelers that require a visa is available here:
Visit the Czech Republic with a visa.
Further information on visas:
Prague Experience has compiled the information on this page based on our understanding of current visa requirements, but it is a complicated area and changes to the rules do occur.
We endeavour to keep this page up to date, but beyond this we can offer no further advice (because we simply don't know any more than this). If you are in any doubt, we strongly urge you to contact the Czech embassy in your country:
Czech embassy in London: Czech embassy in London
Tel: 020 7243 1115. Email: email@example.com.
Czech embassies worldwide: Czech embassies worldwide.
|Passport Information for tourists visiting
to enter the Czech Republic:
EU nationals: a passport valid for the length of the visit
is required (i.e. the passport must not expire before you
leave the Czech Republic).
Other nationals: the passport
must be valid for at least 90 days after your departure from the
Further information is available from the Czech embassy in your home country (see above).