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Czech flag Embassy of the Czech Republic in Vienna

AddressPenzingerstrasse 11-13
Wien (Vienna) 1140
Austria
Phonelocal: (01) 899.580
international: +43.1.899.580
Faxlocal: (01) 894.1200
international: +43.1.894.1200
Emailvienna@embassy.mzv.cz
Web sitehttp://www.mzv.cz/vienna

» Can I visit the Czech Republic without a visa?

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angeles lastras
Thu, 17 Oct 2013 04:05 EDT
havent pick up my visa, am I in trouble!?
Hi!
I got my student visa approved almost a month ago and haven't gone to Vienna to pick it up, am I in trouble!? My 90 days of validity in the Czech Republic finishes at the end of November.
Jin
Tue, 1 Nov 2011 17:32 EDT
If I need a visa for travelling for three days.
I am going to Cze republic just for three days. I am currently living in Vienna as a student..
Do I need only my passport to stay in Prag for threedays or do I still need to get a visa for it?
diakite youssouf
Mon, 6 Dec 2010 08:39 EST
visa appointement
hello, iam resident in italy (5 years pemit of stay) who would like to come in czech republic for sport tranning for 9 month, so please let me know about my appointement as soon as possible, i finance by myself my trainning and will live in hostel chili in prague.

¨please let me know what is the constitution documents for sportif visa.

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