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Traveling to the Czech Republic

Contacts for stay in the Czech Republic

While staying in the Czech Republic, you can contact the appropriate offices of the Ministry of Interior regarding of your long-term visa, long-term residence permit, extention of your stay and any other questions concerning your residence… more ►

Travel document

Persons older the age of 15 must travel with their own travel document. more ►

Health Insurance for traveling to the Czech Republic without visa

The travel medical insurance must confirm to the following requirements for short stay in the Schengen area (stay up to 90 days): more ►

Money Export & Import

Natural persons entering or leaving the territory of the European Communities (EC) are required to notify the customs office in writing about imports and exports of payment instruments. more ►

Export and Import of Non-commercial Goods to and from the Czech Republic

Export and Import of Non-commercial Goods to and from the Czech Republic more ►

Import of Motor Vehicles into the CR- Requirements for Registration

Information on Import of Motor Vehicles into the Czech Republic & Requirements for Registration more ►

Information on Driving Motor Vehicles in the Czech Republic

International Driver´s License Every person who drives a motor vehicle in the Czech Republic must carry either a driver’s license issued by the Czech Republic itself or another European Union (EU) member state, or an international… more ►

Requirements for Travel with Pets and for Import of Animals to the Czech Republic

Traveling with medication

Here you can find the information on traveling to the Czech Republic with medication/medicaments for personal use. more ►

Gun permits

If you are traveling to the Czech Republic and carry a firearm and/or ammunition, you will need to present a Firearms Permit to the immigration officer . You will also need such a permit if you are sending firearms or ammunition to the Czech… more ►

Tax Free Shopping in the Czech Republic

Since April 1, 2000, foreign visitors to the Czech Republic can apply for value added tax (VAT) refund. Usually it is 21% of the total sum paid for the goods. more ►