The concepts of "off-season" in the Czech Republic does not exist in principle: you can in January or July have a wonderful walk through the alleys of the medieval city, wander around Enfilade and the halls of any of more than two thousand castles, to drink the freshest beer (Czech for "beer" indicator ahead of the rest countries) and overeat fried sausages, and then, coming to his senses from the gastronomic debauchery, revive the liver and pancreas with Karlovy Vary waters - not without reason on the mineral wealth of the Czech Republic responded enthusiastically whole galaxy of Russian artists. As a bonus, the Czech Republic is making philological and geographical proximity: 2,5 hours by plane and almost across-the possession of the local great and mighty. In the Czech Republic tourist polyglot stuck in the middle of the phrase "mi Ekskyuz, VEA ah ken ...", is almost guaranteed to be advised to quit this job and go have a normal Russian speaking. At the same time, education Czech Republic is deservedly popular among the linguistically minded tourists. Among other things, the Czech Republic can boast a very high-quality ski resorts such ear caressing names, such as Pec pod Sněžkou. But in the summer do not miss the opportunity to relax in the cozy beach resort of Lake Macha - just as you might have guessed, the Czech Republic each will find something to their liking.
Depending on the purpose of your travel to the Czech Republic, there are different types of visas that will apply to the occassion.
Whether you are planning to go on a visit, study or work and reside in the Czech Republic permanently, you will have to apply for a different Schengen Visa, accordingly.You can apply for the Czech Republic Schengen Visa since 2007 when the Czech Republic as an EU Member State also became a member state of the Schengen Area.
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