Travel safe and sustainable to Prague: The Czech Republic has been awarded the international “Safe Travels Stamp”

Few months remain until the 11th World Environmental Education Congress (14-18th March 2022) in Prague. We believe this will be a time when  after two difficult years we will be able to meet again in person.

Through other European cities, Prague is one of the safest city and the Czech Republic has been awarded the international “Safe Travels Stamp” by the World Tourism & Travel Council (WTTC) and now holds the status of a safe destination.

Concerning connections, Prague is becoming easier avilable with direct flights from many european city and by 2022 new air root will be added by air companies like Wizzair, Blue Air SkyUp Airlines,Ural Airlines, airBaltic, Czech Airlines or Aeroflot. KLM, Air France and Lufthansa. There are also long-haul flights to Doha, Qatar, and Dubai, which will now be serviced by three carriers, namely Emirates, flydubai and Smartwings.

Currently, it is possible to fly to 115 destinationsfrom Václav Havel Airport Prague operated by over 45 airlines. But, as flights are increaing, the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic, Prague Airport, the Foreign Police of the Czech Republic and the Customs Administration of the Czech Republic will strengthen the control of the currently valid conditions for entry into the country.

In line with the new procedures, passengers will be jointly inspected upon arrival by employees of Prague Airport, members of the Foreign Police of the Czech Republic and the Customs Administration of the Czech Republic. According to the valid protective measures in place, upon arrival in the Czech Republic, it is checked whether, passengers have completed a Public Health Passenger Locator Form (, are in the possession of a certificate of completed vaccination or a proof of the illness recovery in the last 180 days. Passengers can also submit a COVID-19 negative test result according to the rules in effect. However, the assessment of the situation will always depend on the specific case of the respective passenger and the destination from which they are arriving.

Passengers can find an overview of the currently valid conditions for entry into the Czech Republic on the Czech Ministry of Interior’s website. Specific rules are based on the list of countries according to the degree of risk, which is regularly updated on the website of the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic

Not only safety but also beauty is one of Prague’s keystones, indeed the City ranked seventh best city in the renowed British magazine Time Out thanks to the fact that most of the interviewed praised the city’s beauty despite the lockdowns (82 %) and walkable distances with no need to use car (89 %). The Czech capital has been also ranked second when it came to opportunities to relax. This all makes Prague one of the world’s most liveable cities. Besides, the magazine highlighted the green areas of Prague, especially Prague 6 district, whose parks can be used all year round for summer picnics or winter sledging. 

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