Travelers who are considering traveling to the Czech Republic will need to ensure that their passport is valid and all documents and visas are current. To enter the Czech Republic, everyone will need a valid passport (or an ID card if they are citizens of the EU). Citizens of the EU and EEA are not required to obtain a visa. Anyone from Australia, Israel or Canada can visit the Czech Republic for up to 90 days. To enter the country, citizens from any other country will need a visa.

You must make sure you have all the necessary visas in order to enter Czech. They are not available at the Prague airport Ruzyne or at the border crossings. You will not be allowed to enter the country if you don’t have a visa if you have it. Visa regulations can change at any time so it is worth checking online or visiting one of the websites to find a Czech consulate or embassy near you. The Czech Republic is part the Schengen area, which means that when a traveler enters any country in the zone (which covers most of Europe), they don’t need to show their passport at the border. Travelers must still have a valid passport. Spot checks may be required.

Ruzyne Airport is located approximately 12 miles north of Prague’s center. There are direct flights from most major European cities. Hlavni Nadrai, Prague’s busiest and largest train station, is ideal for travelers who prefer to travel by train. Other stations include Smichov Station, Holesovice Station and Masarykovo nadrai.

Prague is a city that even the most experienced travelers can enjoy. It is the capital city of Czech. It was originally made up of five towns, and then it was divided by the Vltava River. Sometimes called Moldau in German. Prague Castle is the most visited tourist attraction in the city. It is the largest medieval castle in the world and was built by Prince Prince Boivoj in the 9th century. It has four large reconstructions and a mix of styles. It is home to three courtyards, and serves as an official residence and seat for Czech rulers.