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Change in the rules for returning to the Czech Republic from 17 January 2022

From 17.1.2022 Australia is included in the list of countries with a very high risk of infection more ►

Ambassador's personal intervention in the case of tennis player Voráčová


On 12 January 2022, Ambassador Tomáš Dub met with Ms Lynette Wood, the newly appointed Director for Europe and Latin America Division at the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. He did so following a diplomatic note of protest… more ►

New Beehive at the garden of our Embassy


The Embassy of the Czech Republic is pleased to announce that we have acquired a new Beehive, which will be located in our backyard garden. The beehive will host the Italian Honeybee. Our embassy joins a list of other embassies which have… more ►

Statement on the case of detained tennis player Renata Voráčová

The Embassy of the Czech Republic in Canberra confirms that Czech tennis player Renata Voráčová was detained in Melbourne on 6 January 2022 and is now in a specialised detention hotel. R. Voráčová has been notified that her visa entitling her to… more ►

Travel information in brief - from 27.12.2021 negative test is necessary to enter to the Czech Republic

The Czech Republic is tightening its entry requirements from 27.12.2021. Foreign nationals (who are entitled to enter) travelling to the Czech Republic will have to present a negative PCR test result before the travel. Information Hotline of… more ►

First Wombat at Zoo Praha


A male wombat named Cooper arrived at the Prague Zoo on Wednesday from Hanover Zoo. After the end of a monthly quarantine, visitors will be able to see the first representative of this extremely marvellous species of marsupial at the… more ►

Youth Work and Holiday Programme - visa issuance resumed


The Australian authorities have resumed issuing visas for the Youth Work and Holiday Programme in Australia. The programme allows young people from the Czech Republic and Australia to travel and work legally in the country for up to 12 months.… more ►