Czech tourist visa


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Czech Republic tourist visa

Czech is a country full of historical sites, and many of these sites are declared as UNESCO sites. This Central European country is loved by the people who want to know about the history and culture of the country. You need to have a tourist visa to visit the country. The country is enlisted in the Schengen zone, so you need to get a Schengen visa. The validity of the visa is 90 days. You will also have the right to travel and stay in any Schengen country.

List of documents required for the visa application:

  • Original passport with at least three months validity
  • Passport should have at least one blank page
  • Completed application form
  • Recent passport-size photo
  • Confirmed onward and return ticket
  • Itinerary during your period of stay in the country
  • Proof of having finances to support your travel and stay in the country
  • Recent statement from your bank
  • Proof of income tax returns
  • Proof of having a valid medical insurance

Application process

To apply for the tourist visa, you need to fill out an online application form. You must submit the required visa and travel documents.

Visa fees

Here are the details of the visa fees for Australian citizens under different categories:





Child (6-12 years)


Child (below 6 years)


How can Y-Axis help you?

  • Advise you on the required documentation
  • Advise you on the funds that need to be shown
  • Fill out the application forms

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Frequently Asked Questions

Which visa do I have to apply for?

For travelling to Czech Republic as a tourist or visitor, you will be required to apply for the short-term (Schengen) visa for up to 90 days.

This visa for the short term is also known as the Schengen visa. The Schengen visa is valid, as you may be aware, in all the European countries which are part of the Schengen Agreement. According to the Schengen Agreement, Czech Republic is one of the countries.

You will fly to and stay in Czech Republic with a Schengen visa and all the other 26 Schengen countries.

Do I have to make a prior appointment?

Yes, you will have to book an appointment in advance.

A visa application cannot be sent to the Embassy of Czech Republic without a prior appointment. Direct submission appointments are granted on a case-by-case basis.

What is the processing time?

Processing time for a visit visa for Poland, as per the Schengen Visa Code, can be up to 14 working days.

Do keep in mind that the processing time can be extended to 30 days in certain cases.

The processing period can be extended to 30 days because of the number of applications received by the embassy/consulate or the uniqueness of your situation.

It can take up to 45 days for exceptional applications to be processed by the embassy/consulate.

What is the ideal time to apply?

The Embassy of the Czech Republic strongly recommends to apply at least 3 weeks prior to the planned departure.

Can I appeal if my visa was rejected?

Yes, you can appeal against the rejection.

The appeal must be lodged with the Consulate, which agreed to deny the visa, within 15 days of the receipt of the visa rejection.

What is the appeal procedure?

The appeal against the rejection will have to be lodged at the Embassy of the Czech Republic.

No emails are entertained in this behalf. The appeal must be original with the appellant’s original signature, that is to say, in person or by post (not email).

You can only start an appeal procedure by submitting a written application for the same. The name of the claimant and the reasons why the applicant finds the rejection decision to be contrary to the law must be included in the appeal.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic will review the appeal within 35 days of receipt of the appeal by the consulate. The results of the examination are submitted by the same consulate to the applicant.

Why is the processing time extended?

The processing time can extend beyond 15 calendar days in situations where –

  • Further scrutiny of the application is required, or
  • Additional documentation is needed.