Nationals not requiring a visa for tourism and short business trips to the Czech Republic
24.01.2011 / 16:15
List of countries
|PASSPORT HOLDERS FROM||
VISIT NOT EXCEEDING
|Albania - only with biometric passport||90|
|Antigua and Barbuda||90|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina - only with biometric passport||90|
|FYROM (only with biometric passport)||90|
|Hong Kong special admin region of China||90|
|Macao special admin region of China||90|
|Macedonia -only with biometric passport||90|
|Montenegro - only with biometric passport||90|
|Republic of Korea||90|
|Saint Kitts and Nevis||90|
|Serbia - only with biometric passport||90|
|Sovereign Military Order of Malta||90|
|TAIWAN - with identity card number||90|
Holders of the United Nations Passports
Visa exemptions apply only to short stays up to 90 days of non-profit nature. If the purpose of stay is employment, Schngen (short-term) visa for the purpose of employment is required.
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.
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.
Nationals of countries not appearing on the list above require a visa.