People from the US are now permitted to travel to the Czech Republic for non-essential travel, provided they are fully vaccinated and can prove it.
However, there are currently no direct flights from the US to the Czech Republic, so if you’re planning a trip here’s how to make it happen.
As of August 23, fully vaccinated travelers from the US can visit the Czech Republic. Travelers must show proof of vaccination to enter, which is the white card from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The vaccination must be approved by the European Medicines Agency (Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Covishield or Johnson & Johnson doses) to be recognized for travel there. Travelers are also required to fill in a Passenger Locator Form before boarding their flight.
There are currently no direct flights from the US to the Czech Republic according to the US Embassy, so travelers who wish to visit will have to transit through another country. That will likely be another European nation as most flights between the two countries connect there.
The Czech Republic is open to travelers from the EU and Schengen Zone countries without restrictions, so travelers shouldn’t have to go through any additional measures.
That said, it’s important to check the entry rules from the country you are transiting through here before you book your flights as the rules can change suddenly.
In addition to the US, the Czech Republic is accepting fully vaccinated tourists fromthe UK, Canada, Israel, Jordan, Pakistan, Brazil, Australia and New Zealand among others.
You can see the entry requirements for individual countries on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website.