Return to list



Information for Passengers – travelling from/to the Czech Republic

Many protective measures have been set up at Václav Havel Airport Prague for several months. Departures and arrivals take place under strict hygienic conditions, which are to ensure the health and safety of passengers. We recommend to all passengers and visitors to wear face masks, to keep a safe distance from other people, to wash your hands frequently and use hand sanitizers when inside the airport. Thank you for protecting yourselves and those around you.

We recommend all passengers also check protective measures of their airline and confirm the current conditions for entering the country to which they are travelling from Prague.

To review all conditions to travel to the Czech Republic, please visit the Ministry of Interior of the Czech Republic’s website

The current operational information and other updates from the airport can be found HERE.

The information on the prevention of the spread of coronavirus can be found HERE.




Terminal 2 in Prague airport

The romanticism of wind mills, canals and vast fields of tulips

A great many museums, beautiful architecture, historical monuments, canals (grachten) through the whole cCity, local people on bicycles, diamond cutting works, endless offers from restaurants and bars, all of this can be found in the capital of the Netherlands.

If you want to fit into this city, a bicycle is a must. To local people, cycling is a lifestyle. The omnipresent lowlands and cycling trails actually prompt you to use nothing other than a bicycle. The beauty of Amsterdam can be also explored from a boat, which you can take to travel not only to the city centre, but also to nearby windmills.

Museums, night clubs and coffee shops

The typical Amsterdam also means night walks in the famous Red-Light District or “coffee shops” – cafés where you can try or buy a small quantity of marijuana in various forms. The City offers dozens of museums, of which the Rijksmuseum with its Night Watch by Rembrandt, the Van Gogh Museum and the Anne Frank House are definitely worth mentioning.

A visit to Amsterdam would not be complete without visiting a flower market or a cheese factory. The Netherlands produces two kinds of cheese in particular – Gouda and Edam. The Dutch love cheese and are leaders in its production.

After your city tour, you can do some shopping, for instance, in one of the largest European markets, the Albert Cuypmarket or visit the parks, where picnics and family parties take place.