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Czechia Travel Guide Before You Go

25 Oct 21


Czechia (Czech Republic) boasts a city comparable to Paris in its beauty and wonder– Prague. A city deemed a must-visit by most travelers near and far, prepare yourself for the most breath-taking experience of your life in this Country by reading our Czechia Travel Guide. You can also check out Holiday packages from Dubai. Here is AFC’s Czechia Travel Guide Before You Go.

Czechia Travel Guide


ENGLISH is spoken as a second language by around 27% of the Czech population. Tourists are advised to keep statements simple.

CZECH is the main language in Czechia. This is previously known as Bohemian and takes adaptations from Polish, Russian, and Croatian and has a noticeable similarity to Slovak.

What Weather to Expect in Czechia

Weather to Expect in Czechia

Czechia enjoys FOUR SEASONS throughout the year as follows:

• spring (March to May): Ave. 4°C to 13°C (39°F to 55°F)

• summer (June to August): Ave. 12C to 23°C (54°F to 73°F)

• autumn (September to November): Ave. 6°C to 12°C (42°F to 54°F)

• winter (December to February): Ave. -3°C to 1°C (26°F to 33°F)

What kind of clothes to pack in Czechia Travel Guide?

July: Umbrella/Raincoat/Rain Bag(Waterproof). Rainfalls due to season change. *Rainiest Month

March to May: Moderately cold temperatures, bring jackets

June-August: Bring appropriate sun protection products + sunglasses if necessary, Light cotton clothing

September-November: Moderately thick clothes/ jackets, jumpers/sweaters, and scarves

December-February: Wooly Clothes + Boots + Scarves + Gloves

All Seasons: Comfortable walking shoes.

Czechia Religion

Czechia Religion

The country is relatively divided into the following categories: 39.8% Unaffiliated, 39.2% Roman Catholics, Others are divided up into other known sectors of Christianity or Undecided.

With that in mind, tourists have to be mindful and observe respectful behaviours when in churches, mosques, temples, or other places of worship.


Czechia Currency

CZECH KORUNA (CZK) - You can do money exchanges in Czechia at a bank or exchange windows. Most of these locations are reliable and offer the best rates.

Should you bargain?

Haggling and bargaining are mostly only practised in flea markets or street markets. It is expected for anyone to pay a stated price at any other establishment.

Should you leave a tip?

Tipping is not a known culture in Czechia. However, there might be instances of local servers expecting tips from tourists because it is commonly encountered.

How much is a day for a Czechia Travel?

Minimum EUR 70-175 per day or more depending on interest and choice of activity.

Power Plugs and Socket Travel Guide in Czechia

Power plugs and socket in Czechia

Czechia uses Type C and E power plugs at 230 Volts and 50 Frequency. Bringing power plug adapters is advisable.

Getting Around Czechia

Getting Around Czechia

Buses are the main option to get around Czechia from city to city. It costs 180-280 CZK for a 2 and a half hour to 3 hour journeys In addition to this, some of the more popular local ride-hailing apps include Uber, Liftago, HOPIN, BlaBlaCar, and others.

Czechia Travel Guide – The Checklist

Czechia Travel Guide

Travel Guide for Internet Everywhere in Czechia?

Firstly, Tourists will commonly find local sim cards with ready network access at major Czechia Airports like Václav Havel Airport Prague. However, you may want to explore more options when you get to the city instead of the airport. Passports are usually not required to make a SIM purchase.

Some of the more common options for example include Vodafone, T-Mobile, and O2. (Around 800 CZK or 31 USD if you are staying for 30 days).

Czechia Travel Guide to Bringing Medications

Firstly, prepare preferred over-the-counter medicines. Importantly, Keep them in original containers with labels for easy identification. Firstly, try to only bring in small quantities or as necessary. A simple first aid can include i.e. Diarrhea medicines, antacids, antihistamines, motion sickness, cough drops, decongestants, pain and fever relief, mild laxatives, bandages, and small antiseptic solutions accordingly. Lastly, don’t forget your masks and preferred sanitiser.

Moreover, Bring a doctor’s prescription for other prescriptions that you may have as needed. Similarly, check for the allowed amount of quantity depending on your stay.

Now that you’ve read this Czechia Travel Guide

Czechia Travel Guide

Finally, you are officially ready to travel to Czechia. Don’t forget that you’re always free to contact your AFC Representative if you have any more concerns before your departure! Lastly, We wish you safe and happy travels!

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