Thanks to the improving pandemic situation in the country, attending cultural events and exhibits is allowed again. Therefore, we are bringing you a short list of one permanent and three temporary exhibitions that are a bit different from every other and are for sure worth visiting.
With the improving pandemic situation, many of us would for sure like to travel, whether to see our relatives that we haven’t been allowed to visit for so long or for the feeling of discovering new cultures. No matter the reason, you’ll always need one important thing: a passport. Is your passport still valid? Do you know all the requirements for getting a new one? In this article, we are bringing you a few interesting passport facts that you might find helpful.
From 1 June, the Czech Republic is launching QR codes that will allow people vaccinated in the country to access their vaccination certificates. Travelling from the Czech Republic to other countries and vice versa, arriving in Czechia, will be much easier. The current situation will allow people who have received the first coronavirus vaccine dose in the Czech Republic at least three weeks before this Monday, 31 May, to enter seven countries, namely Germany, Poland, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia. Croatia should join the list of countries accepting vaccinated people from Czechia soon, too.
Based on the government’s decision, people in the Czech Republic will have a right to two PCR and four antigen tests per month for free starting in June. The deputies also discussed the reopening of more services, although the original topic of the meeting was the wearing of masks in the summertime.
After a special meeting, the government decided on further easements of the coronavirus restrictions. Middle school (6th to 9th grade) students will be allowed to return to school in 7 regions on 3 May. The reopening date of shops changed to 10 May. The reopening date of the bodycare services stays the same.
The recent diplomatic rift between Russia and the Czech Republic in connection with the Vrbětice case also affected the consular services for Russian citizens applying for residence permits in the Czech Republic. Additionally, the pandemic situation in India has become so much worse that the capital city, Delhi, was forced to announce a ban of movement. Therefore, accepting applications got more complicated in this country as well. What does it mean for Russian and Indian applicants? Let’s sum up all the information we know at this point. (Updated on 28 April – Moscow now accepting applications again, however there might be delays.)
I scream you scream, we all scream for ice cream, and in Prague, this applies twice! Is there anything better than enjoying a scoop of your favourite ice cream and admiring Prague’s architecture and views? Also, the warm sunny days are begging you to make your own itinerary of the best ice cream. But where to go, so this experience can be enhanced with truly delicious ice cream? Don’t worry, we got you! As Praguers, we’ve tried to gather a few of what we consider our favourite ice cream parlours.
Car registration in the Czech Republic is a very easy process. That is if you are well prepared and have every document necessary. Otherwise, it can turn into a never-ending story. In this article, we will take a look at all the required documents and steps, so your car registration process is as smooth as possible.
We do almost everything online, especially nowadays when the global pandemic is at its peak. So, why not go grocery shopping online? It’s fast and convenient in several ways. Don’t want to leave the comfort of your home? Do you have more important things to do than wasting your precious time on shopping? Don’t want to drag heavy bags? Go online shopping! This article introduces six online grocery services that are definitely worth trying!
Considering the current epidemiological situation, deadlines for filing the income tax return have been postponed until May 3 for paper fillers and June 1 for electronic ones. However, some other submitting deadlines can still change throughout the year depending on the development of the coronavirus crisis in the Czech Republic.