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According to DIGOPAUL, the Czech Republic is one of the most wonderful countries that offers not only a wonderful holiday, but also the opportunity to improve your health. Tours to the Czech Republic are becoming more popular every year, because this region is able to give everyone exactly what is more valuable and desirable for him.

A trip to the Czech Republic is a real treat for fans of sightseeing trips and fans of countries with a rich culture and interesting history. The Czech Republic covers an area of ​​78.9 thousand km² and each of them boasts its own attraction. The capital of the Czech Republic – Prague – a city with amazing architecture, most of which has a Gothic character, but there are buildings in the Baroque and Rococo styles. Experts say that time in Prague, and in the Czech Republic as a whole, flows so slowly that you can feel how modernity merges with history into a magical melody. This music can only be heard by those who come to the Czech Republic with a good soul and an open heart.

Excursion tours to the Czech Republic will give you unforgettable impressions of the Old Royal Palace and the Cathedral of St. Vitus, St. George’s Monastery and the Church of Mary of Tynskaya. The unique and unusually harmonious combination of ancient buildings with modern architectural ensembles makes the Czech Republic a fabulous country where you can easily travel through time on foot. At the same time, reality is thousands of times more beautiful and amazing than any photographs or videos. Even numerous hotels and inns in the Czech Republic are usually cleaned and furnished in various historical styles. And the bizarre lighting on the street constantly reminds you that you are in a certain world, far from modernity with its endless fuss. Service in Czech hotels is at the highest level, no matter what you choose: an ultra-modern hotel complex, an exquisite old mansion hotel, or a democratic boarding house. And even now, when the prices for staying in the Czech Republic have increased due to the country’s accession to the EEC, holidays here are by no means the most expensive.

Treatment in the Czech Republic is a popular tourist pilgrimage destination in a country whose climate is as mild as it is healing. The most famous balneological resorts in the Czech Republic – Rest in Karlovy Vary (Carlsbad), Frantiskovy Lazne (Fransensbad) and Marianske Lazne (Marienbad) – have existed for more than one hundred years. Natural healing springs with cold and hot water have so many useful properties that one month of being “on the waters” for a whole year will relieve you of pain in the joints and spine, strengthen your heart and blood vessels, energize and improve your mood. And the beautiful mountain air of Czech Switzerland will give you the joy of free breathing, saturating every cell of the body with oxygen.

Our company offers air and bus tours to the Czech Republic from Minsk. In order to make your stay in this country pleasant and useful, it is best to plan your tour in advance, choosing the time of the year that will allow you to maximize your requests. When planning a tour to the Czech Republic, take into account that a Schengen visa is required to visit the country.

Our company takes care of all the paperwork, but we offer you just to enjoy an interesting journey and a wonderful holiday in the enchanting atmosphere of an extraordinary country, whose name is the Czech Republic.

ADDITIONAL EXCURSIONS FROM PRAGUE

Days Excursions from 04/01/2017 to 10/31/2017 Duration Price Entrance tickets – paid on the spot in Kč or € per person
Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun9:00 Walking tour of the Old Town, Prague Venice, boat trip along the Vltava. Meeting at the Powder Gate 4 hours 10 € boat – 190Kč – adults, 150Kč – children under 12 years old
Mon, Tue, Thu, Sat9:00 Walking tour Hradcany and Prague Castle. Meeting for the tour at the tram stop number 22 Pohořelec (Pogorzelec) at 9:00 3 hours 10 €
Mon, Wed, Sat19:00 Evening walking tour “Prague secrets”. Meeting at the Powder Gate 2 hours 10 €
Mon, Wed, Fri8:30 Excursion to Karlovy Vary and the Krusovice brewery. Mandatory presence of a passport and honey. insurance. Meeting at the Powder Gate 10 hours 35 € Krusovice – 160Kč – adults, 100Kč – children and students
Mon, Fri8:00 Excursion to Saxon Switzerland. Mandatory presence of a passport and honey. insurance. Meeting at the Powder Gate 10 hours 40 € Fortress Königstein – 10 €
Wed, Sat8:00 Excursion to the city ​​of Cesky Krumlov (UNESCO). Excursion to the castle Gluboka nad Vltava. Mandatory presence of a passport and honey. insurance. Meeting at the Powder Gate 10 hours 40 € Castle Hluboka nad Vltavou – 210 Kč – adults, 150 Kč – children under 12
Wed7:00 Excursion to the city ​​of Munich and the royal castles of Bavaria for 2 days. Mandatory presence of a passport and honey. insurance and necessary things for one night. Meeting at the Powder GateFor accommodation in SGL surcharge 30€. 2 days 130 € Neuschwanstein Castle – 12 € + Reservation fee 1.8 € – adults, only Reservation fee 1.8 € – children under 12 years old, Linderhof Castle – 8.5 € Reservation fee 1.8 € – adults, – adults, only Reservation fee 0.7€ – children under 12 years old
Mon, Thu7:00 Excursion to the city ​​of Vienna. Mandatory presence of a passport and honey. insurance. Meeting at the Powder Gate 15 hours 55€
Tue, Fri8:30 Excursion to the city ​​of Dresden. Mandatory presence of a passport and honey. insurance. Meeting at the Powder Gate 10 hours 40 € Picture gallery – 10 € adult, children under 12 years old free of charge, audio guide – 3 €, Green Vaults – 12 € adult, children under 12 years old free of charge
Tue, Sat7:00 Excursion to Vienna and Budapest for 2 days * Meeting at the metro stop Malostranska, sign “Vienna + Budapest” For accommodation in SGL surcharge 30 €. 2 days 160 €
Tue, Fri13:30 Excursion to the city ​​of Paris for 3 days / 3 nights. Mandatory presence of a passport and honey. insurance and necessary things for overnight stays. Meeting at the Powder Gate, sign “Paris”. For accommodation in SGL surcharge 30€. 4 days 130 €
Wed6:50 Excursion to the city ​​of Regensburg. Mandatory presence of a passport and honey. insurance. Meeting at the Museum (Národní Muzeum) at the fountain at 6:50 at the Regensburg sign. 13 hours 55€
Fri7:00 Excursion to the city ​​of Nuremberg. Mandatory presence of a passport and honey. insurance. Meeting at the Powder Gate 14 hours 50€
Fri9:30 Excursion to BENELUX – Amsterdam, Brussels, Luxembourg 4 days / 3 nights. insurance and necessary things for overnight stays. Meet at the Powder Gate at 09:30 at the Benelux sign. For accommodation in SGL surcharge 30€ / day, total 60€. 4 days 310 €
Fri09:30 Excursion to Switzerland for 4 days / 3 nights. Mandatory presence of a passport and honey. insurance and necessary things for overnight stays. Meet at the Powder Gate at 09:30 at the “Switzerland” sign. For accommodation in SGL surcharge 30€ / day, total 60€. 2 days 230 €
Sat04:00 Excursion to Switzerland for 2 days / 1 night. Mandatory presence of a passport and honey. insurance and necessary things for overnight stays. Meet at the Powder Gate at 04:30 (morning) at the “Switzerland” sign. For accommodation in SGL surcharge 30€. 2 days 180 €
Tue, Thu9:00 Excursion to the city ​​of Kutna Hora (UNESCO). Excursion to the Czech Sternberk castle . Obligatory presence of a passport and honey. insurance. Meeting at the Powder Gate 8 ocloc’k 30 € Ossuary -90Kč – adults, 60Kč – children under 12 years old, St. Barbara’s Cathedral -60Kč – adults, 40Kč – children under 12 years old, C. Sternberk Castle – 145Kč – adults, 115Kč – children under 12 years old
Sun9:00 Excursion to the city ​​of Kutna Hora (UNESCO). Excursion to the Žleby castle Mandatory presence of a passport and honey. insurance. Meeting at the Powder Gate at 9:00 8 ocloc’k 30 € Ossuary -90Kč – adults, 60Kč – children under 12 years old, St. Barbara’s Cathedral -60Kč – adults, 40Kč – children under 12 years old, Žleby Castle – 160Kč – adults. 110Kč-children under 12
Mon, Thu15:45 Excursion Beer tour in Prague. Meeting at the Powder Gate, sign “Beer Tour” 4 hours 35 €
Mon – Sun20:00 Visit to the Black Theater IMAGE. Beginning at 20:00 at Narodni 25, Praha 1, 110 00 Mandatory presence of a tour operator’s voucher for the performance. 1,5 hour 20 €
Mon – Sun19:00 Evening boat trip on the Vltava 3 hours, including dinner and live music Start at 19:00 from the pier under the Chekhov Bridge (Čechův most), descend from the Dvořákovo embankment (Dvořákovo nábřeží). Mandatory presence of a tour operator voucher 3 hours 38 € / 25 €

Discounts are not available.

The host company reserves the right to change the days of the excursions, informing the customer and the client in time. If the tour does not take place, it is possible to change the ordered tour for an equivalent one or return the cost paid for this tour to the customer.

In the event of a change in the exchange rate of the Czech crown by more than 5% against the euro, the cost of excursions may be changed.

All excursions require a voucher from the host company.

All excursions require a passport and medical insurance.

REMINDER FOR TOURISTS TRAVELING TO THE CZECH REPUBLIC

General information about the country

Chair: Mr. Prague

Religion: Catholics – 89%, Protestants – 5%, Orthodox – 3%, atheists – 40%.

Time: from Belarusian minus 1 hour in summer, minus 2 hours in winter

Language: the official language is Czech. Slovak, German, English, Russian are also used

Currency: Czech koruna

Climate: temperate continental, mild, slightly different depending on the relief and height above sea level. Over the territory of the country, maritime and continental climates collide. In most of the Czech Republic, summers are warm and humid, winters are cool. The greatest amount of precipitation falls in the mountains.

Documents required for your trip:

A valid passport or identity document in accordance with the current legislation of the country of departure and country of destination.

Possession of a valid visa (if necessary).

Air ticket, railway ticket, bus ticket, car documents or documents on the purchase of a sightseeing bus tour.

Medical insurance policy.

Voucher for hotel accommodation and transfer.

Documents required for the departure of minor children abroad (if traveling alone – notarized consent from parents (guardians); if traveling with one of the parents – notarized permission from the second parent is not required; if traveling with grandparents – notarized consent of legal representatives ( parents, guardians).

Check-in at the airport

The ticket indicates the departure time of the aircraft in local time. We recommend arriving at the airport no later than 2 hours before departure. You must have enough time at the airport to pass through control (customs, border and, if necessary, sanitary-quarantine, immigration, veterinary, phytosanitary).

On Belavia flights, check-in of passengers starts 2 hours and ends 40 minutes before the flight departure.

If you have luggage, then it should be checked in at the check-in counter for your flight or at a special DROP-OFF counter (if available at the airport of departure). You can check in your luggage no later than the check-in close time (40 minutes before the flight departure). Please note that baggage and hand luggage must comply with the baggage allowance rules, which can be found on the airline’s website.

Upon arrival, after passing through passport, customs control and baggage claim, the tourist must contact the representative of the host company, waiting for tourists in the arrivals hall of the airport with a corresponding sign for transfer.

Customs regulations of the Republic of Belarus

It is allowed to import without payment of customs duties goods for personal use (with the exception of vehicles, ethyl alcohol and indivisible goods), the customs value of which does not exceed the equivalent of 1,500 euros (by air – 10,000 euros), and the total weight does not exceed 50 kg. This norm, if available, necessarily includes alcoholic beverages and beer with a volume of no more than 3 liters inclusive, as well as 200 cigarettes or 50 cigars (cigarillos), or 250 g of tobacco (or assortment of tobacco products with a total weight of not more than 250 g).

Goods for personal use do not include goods imported across the customs border of the Eurasian Economic Union by individuals more than once every three calendar months, if the customs value of such goods exceeds the equivalent of 300 euros, or the total weight exceeds 20 kg.

You can find the most up-to-date information on the norms of imported and imported goods on the website http://customs.gov.by/

Restrictions on the import of goods into the Schengen countries

Tobacco products when transported by air or by sea (provided that the importer has reached the age of 17) in the amount of: 200 cigarettes (40 cigarettes if transported by land).

Alcoholic beverages when transported by air or by sea (provided that the importer has reached the age of 17) in the amount of: 1 liter of alcoholic beverages with a strength exceeding 22% (0.5 liters if transported by land).

Products prohibited for import into the Schengen area: meat and meat products, cheese and cheese products, milk and dairy products. Vegetables and fruits: in limited quantities.

More information can be found on the respective portals.

Dear tourists! Remember that you are solely responsible for the use during the tour or the transportation (attempted transportation) of prohibited or restricted substances or items, including: alcoholic beverages, psychotropic, narcotic, flammable, explosives, biological objects, weapons and etc., as well as for the consequences of such actions.

Lost luggage

If you did not find your luggage at the airport of arrival, you should immediately inform the employees of the baggage tracing service or the representative of the relevant airline at the airport. This must be done in order to issue an official request for a search for baggage.

You will be issued a corresponding receipt for the loss of luggage, indicating its number and date of issue. This receipt must be kept as you will need it in the future. Be sure to check that the information on the weight of the baggage, airlines, your personal data (full name), your contact details and coordinates, the date of issue of the certificate, and also check the number indicated in the documents with the number on the luggage voucher tag pasted on the cover of your ticket (this is the most important thing that should be indicated in the documents).

Hotel accommodation

In accordance with the legislative norms of the host country, accommodation at the hotel takes place upon presentation of a passport. The hotel administration has the right to ask the tourist to fill out a questionnaire, or leave the passport for a while, in this case, do not forget to pick up your passport at the reception yourself!

Accommodation of groups in the hotel according to international rules is possible no earlier than 14:00, rooms on the day of departure must be vacated no later than 10:00.

The voltage in the electrical network is 220V, European-type sockets, we recommend taking an adapter with you. To recharge photo and video equipment, you may need a tee.

Do not leave valuables unattended or near an open window in your room. Your valuables can always be left in the safe (the service is usually paid).

Attention! Some hotels in Europe offer additional paid services to tourists in the room: hot channels on TV (usually they are highlighted by red buttons on the remote control), telephone conversations, a mini bar with drinks, etc. In any case, before using the service, you need to familiarize yourself with its cost. If you used paid services, you must pay their cost at the reception when you leave the hotel.

It must be remembered that it is forbidden to take food from the restaurant with you at the breakfast and dinner buffet, this can be regarded as theft.

Drinks at dinner in most hotels are paid and the hotel administration strictly prohibits bringing and drinking any drinks at dinner that are not purchased at the hotel restaurant!

Responsibility and payment of compensation for damage caused to the hotel rests with the tourist.

Spa treatment

For treatment in the resorts of the Czech Republic, it is best to issue a spa card in your clinic and get the results of recent tests. Then it will be easier for the doctor at the resort to prescribe wellness procedures. But if there is no card, and you are traveling without specific medical prescriptions – just take care of your health, then on the spot you will use the doctor’s consultations, which, as a rule, are included in the tour price. The doctor will prescribe tests and determine which treatment is right for you.

Emergencies

If you are a citizen of the Republic of Belarus and detained by law enforcement agencies of the Czech Republic, became a participant in an accident with serious consequences in the territory of the Czech Republic, or found yourself in another emergency situation that threatens your health and safety, immediately notify the consular service of the Embassy of the Republic of Belarus in the Czech Republic.

Embassy emergency phone: +420 233 540 899 (works around the clock)

The Embassy of the Republic of Belarus in the Czech Republic is located at:

Sádky 626/17, Prague 7 – Troja, postal code 171 00

Embassy working hours: 8.00-12.00, 13.00-17.00, Monday – Friday

Emergency call subscribers in the Czech Republic:

112 unified telephone number of rescue services

158 police

156 municipal police

155 ambulance

150 fire and rescue service

141 23 rescue team “First Aid”

Before going on vacation abroad, make sure that you have the contacts of the host company or group leader recorded, you know the address of your hotel, and that you know how to use medical insurance.

DOCUMENTS FOR TRAVELING TO THE CZECH REPUBLIC

Visa Application Center of the Czech Republic in Minsk

Address: Minsk, Kalvariyskaya st., 42

ATTENTION! PERSONAL PRESENCE IS OBLIGATORY FOR SENDING BIOMETRIC DATA!
(except for children under 12 years of age and those persons who have already submitted biometric data in one of the consular offices of the Schengen countries over the past 59 months. However, representatives of the consular services have the authority to call these persons additionally in case of any questions)

  1. One photo(actual color photo on a white background), no older than 6 months, size 3.5*4.5 cm);
  2. Passport / international passport for citizens of the Russian Federation, valid for 3 months from the date of the intended departure from the territory of the Schengen Agreement member states. Must have been issued within the last 10 years. The passport must have at least 2 free pages with the inscription “Visa”.
  3. Copy of passport:
  • photocopies of pages containing personal information;
  • for citizens of the Russian Federation also a copy of the residence permit and the original.
  1. International health insurance, valid on the territory of the Schengen member states, for the entire planned period of stay. The minimum amount of insurance coverage is 30,000 euros.
  2. Proof of employment/economic solvency:

5.1. For employees: a certificate on the letterhead of the employer, which indicates the date of employment, qualifications, wages (a breakdown of wages for the last 3 months is given); the minimum wage per month is 450-500 bel. rub. With wages below 450-500 bel. rub. it is necessary to provide an extract from the bank account on the availability of funds (in any currency, in the equivalent of 45 euros per day of stay) or documents of the sponsoring person (sponsor letter in any form, a copy of the sponsor’s passport, a copy of documents confirming kinship, as well as a certificate from the place of work or an extract from the sponsor’s bank account).

5.2. For individual entrepreneurs: certificate of state registration and last tax payments, tax return, as well as a certificate that there are no debts for the last 3 months and a bank statement.

  1. Non-working:

6.1. Students:

  • a certificate from the dean’s office confirming the current place of study (in case of requesting a visa during the study period, permission from the dean’s office for absence from classes is required);
  • copy of student card;
  • copies of the record book, agreement with the university and hostel for foreign students;
  • confirmation of the availability of sufficient funds (bank statement / certificate of employment or sponsor’s documents: sponsorship letter written in any form; copy of the sponsor’s passport; documents confirming kinship; certificate of employment / statement from the bank account of the sponsor).

6.2. Students:

  • certificate from the place of study (in case of requesting a visa during the study period, permission to be absent from classes is required);
  • sponsor’s documents: free-form sponsorship letter; a copy of the sponsor’s passport; documents confirming relationship; certificate of employment/extract from the bank account of the sponsor).

6.3. Pensioners:

  • a copy of the pension certificate;
  • certificate of received pension (decryption of payment for the last 3 months); with a pension level below 350 Bel. rub. you must provide an extract from the bank account on the availability of funds (in any currency, equivalent to 45 euros per day of stay) or documents of the sponsoring person (sponsor letter in any form, a copy of the sponsor’s passport, a copy of documents confirming kinship, as well as a certificate from the place of work /extract from the bank account of the sponsor).

6.4. Other non-working citizens:

  • photocopies of work book pages containing personal data and indicating places of work for the last 3 years, or a copy of a diploma (if the applicant graduated from an educational institution no more than 6 months ago);
  • statement of account
  • sponsor’s documents (free-form sponsorship letter; copy of sponsor’s passport; documents confirming kinship; certificate of employment / bank statement of the sponsor).
  • documents confirming the ownership of real estate or other sources of income (copies)
  1. For minors:
  • birth certificate (copy and original);
  • if the minor is traveling with one of the parents, a notarized consent to travel from the other parent must be provided.
  • if a minor travels without parents, then it is necessary to present a notarized consent to travel from both parents.
  • if there is only one parent, it is necessary to provide a supporting document confirming the absence of the second parent (court decision, death certificate or other document). If the child has only one guardian, then the relevant document (court decision on the exclusive right of custody, death certificate or other document) must be submitted (copy and original);
  • copies of passports of BOTH parents (pp. 30-32);

Consular fee – 35 euros, citizens of the Russian Federation – 35 euros. The obligatory service fee of the visa application center is 15 euros. Payment is made ONLY in Belarusian rubles.

For children under 12 years of age, the visa is free.

A visa is issued within 8-10 working days, but the embassy reserves the right to extend the time for consideration of documents.

It is important to remember that the listed list includes the minimum list of documents that must be provided when applying for a visa. The Embassy reserves the right to request additional documentation at its discretion.

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