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Information for Passengers Subject to Measures Applied by the Czech Government


- A ban on entry to the territory of the Czech Republic for all foreigners except for foreigners with permanent or temporary (over 90 day-long) residency in the Czech Republic. All people entering the territory of the Czech Republic are subject to a fourteen-day mandatory quarantine.

- A ban on travelling abroad for all Czech citizens. Foreigners with permanent residency or over 90-day-long temporary residency in the Czech Republic can leave the Czech Republic without possibility to return during the state of emergency.

The updated list of countries included in the declared risk area is available here

If you are subject to said measures, please do not travel to Václav Havel Airport Prague.

We recommend that you contact your air carrier or your ticketing agent regarding an alternative solution.

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

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

*To review exceptions to travel restrictions, please visit the Ministry of Interior of the Czech Republic’s website



United Arab Emirates
Terminal 1 in Prague airport

The city of contrasts, extremes and turquoise sea and beaches

Enormous skyscrapers, the most luxurious hotels, a turquoise sea, sandy beaches and local deserts – this is sunny Dubai, the most populous city of the United Arab Emirates.

Dubai is known for being a city full of contrasts. On one hand, you can find modern architecture and luxury fashion shops here, while, on the other hand, you can see traditional Arab houses and old-fashioned markets in the Bur Dubai city district. The surrounding hostile desert is the neighbour of green parks and the most modern golf courses. You can also find numerous extremes here, such as the tallest department store or the highest restaurant on the planet.

Hundreds of opportunities for having fun

After your city tour, you can have a rest on a sandy beach, snowboard on the warm desert sand, go shopping in the famous Dubai Mall, the size of 50 football pitches, or visit Underwater ZOO with one of the world’s largest aquariums. In the evening, don't forget to take a walk to the “dancing” fountain. The rhythm of Arabic music controls 83 thousand litres of water which, accompanied by a light show, create various shapes.

If you want to explore outside Dubai, hit the trail in the Hajar Mountains, just one hour from the city, where rivers form wonderful small and medium-sized canyons in which you can have a walk or swim. Hatta, a historical village with a fort from the 16th century and a large market are worth a visit. When there, you can buy fresh fruit, hand-made rugs and ceramics.

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