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General Info

Capital: Prague

Currency: Czech koruna / CZK

Timezone: GMT+01

Languages: Czech

Climat: Temperate

Rain Season: May - July

Winter:

-10 0
+1 +3

Spring:

+3 +13
+4 +12

Summer:

+13 +24
+18 +22

Autumn:

+5 +12
+5 +17

Czechia

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The Czech Republic is the most fabulous country in Europe, an amazing state, notable for its architectural monuments of the Middle Ages, magnificent castles, delicious cuisine, variety of beer sorts, national parks and unlimited opportunities for healing. The Czech Republic is interesting for tourists with its ancient architecture. It is often called the country of castles because there are more than 2000 different castles in the Republic. Prague Castle is the largest in the world, its total area is comparable to seven football fields. After two of the most devastating world wars, Prague turned out to be the most surviving city in Europe. There are mysterious streets, nice tidy houses, sharp spiers, tile roofs, the most diverse and bizarre bridges in Prague, that can rightfully be called not only the capital of the Czech Republic, but also of all the fabulous kingdoms.

But Brno, Ostrava, Pilsen and others are no less interesting. Almost every city in the Czech Republic has preserved its architectural monuments, many of which are worth of sightseeing at least once in a lifetime. You can not ignore South Bohemia, famous for its picturesque nature and mysterious medieval castles, among which Cesky Krumlov deserves special attention. Not only ancient palaces, ancient cathedrals and medieval squares are gathered at the lands of the Czech Republic. Sights, nature and centuries-old Czech traditions are presented in a small village in the south of the country. The historic village of Holasovice demonstrates how the Czech village lived in past centuries. The layout of the buildings has not been changed over the centuries. The colorful houses on the streets have been built in the 18-19th centuries.

But the Czech Republic is famous not only for its architecture. There are balneological resorts concentrated in the west of the country, which are famous throughout the world for their healing mineral springs. Who does not know about Karlovy Vary? Karlovy Vary hot springs are natural ionic solutions that rejuvenate the body and restore strength to people. This water rises from a depth of more than three kilometers, where it is heated and saturated with healing properties. There are more than eighty healing springs in the vicinity of the resort, the most popular of them are in the cities of Frantiskovy Lazne, Marianske Lazne, Kinzhvart. And one more thing: there are famous ski resorts in the northern part of the Czech Republic. The highest mountains are in Krkonoše, the highest point of the mountain massif is Mount Snezka 1062 meters high above the sea level. The most popular ski resorts: Spindleruv Mlyn and Vitkovice.

Due to the lack of international and internal conflicts, as well as due to the low crime rate, the Czech Republic today takes the sixth please in the ranking of the safest countries for life. The Czech Republic is able to satisfy the most demanding tourists. In addition to everything else, the country has a developed hotel chain, a high standard of restaurants and convenient and comfortable transport links. Hundreds of congresses, conferences and various meetings are held here annually, and not only regional exhibitions are held in Prague, but also international meetings of the highest level, for example, meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the NATO summit.

Many venues in the city are open for meetings. For example, there are many halls of various sizes, which can accommodate up to 4,500 people in the Prague Congress Center. Presentation and conference services are also offered by the Rožmberg Palace of The Prague Castle. After a major renovation in 2008, the palace can accommodate up to 430 people. Such multeity in the field of business tourism is associated not only with the tourist advantages of the Czech Republic, but also with its successful economic activity. Industry (engineering, electrical and electronics, chemistry, food industry, ferrous metallurgy) and the service sector are also in the field of economic interests. Today it is one of the most economically stable states in Europe.

Бизнес-туризм в Италии – это возможность не только наладить деловые отношения с партнерами, но и насладиться красотами страны. В рамках поездки вы сможете вкусить чарующую атмосферу Рима, посетить лучшие бутики Милана и окунуться в теплые воды средиземного моря.

Бизнес-туризм в Италии – это возможность не только наладить деловые отношения с партнерами, но и насладиться красотами страны. В рамках поездки вы сможете вкусить чарующую атмосферу Рима, посетить лучшие бутики Милана и окунуться в теплые воды средиземного моря.

Бизнес-туризм в Италии – это возможность не только наладить деловые отношения с партнерами, но и насладиться красотами страны. В рамках поездки вы сможете вкусить чарующую атмосферу Рима, посетить лучшие бутики Милана и окунуться в теплые воды средиземного моря.

Бизнес-туризм в Италии – это возможность не только наладить деловые отношения с партнерами, но и насладиться красотами страны. В рамках поездки вы сможете вкусить чарующую атмосферу Рима, посетить лучшие бутики Милана и окунуться в теплые воды средиземного моря.

Бизнес-туризм в Италии – это возможность не только наладить деловые отношения с партнерами, но и насладиться красотами страны. В рамках поездки вы сможете вкусить чарующую атмосферу Рима, посетить лучшие бутики Милана и окунуться в теплые воды средиземного моря.

Rest types:

Business

Cultural

Ecological

Gastronomic

Health-improving

Sightseeing

Ski

Best MICE places:

Prague Crossroads

Conference halls: 2 390

Studio Alta

Conference halls: 8 380

Palace Zofin

Conference halls: 4 650

TOP conference halls:

Zoner Bobyhall

Square: 2000 m²

Hall сapacity: 1520

Congress Hall XL

Square: 549 m²

Hall сapacity: 420

Meridian + Zenit + Nadir

Square: 1170 m²

Hall сapacity: 890

Prague Castle

Charles Bridge

Wenceslas Square

St. Vitus Cathedral

Strahov Monastery

Lednice-Valtice complex

Visa Information

Now the Schengen area is valid for almost all European countries and Czech Republic is one of them. Here are the lists of countries which citizens do not need visa to enter Czech Republic. Schengen countries:
Austria
Belgium
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Iceland
Italy
Latvia
Liechtenstein
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Malta
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovakia
Slovenia
Spain
Switzerland
Sweden

The other countries:
Albania (only for owners of biometric passports)
Andorra
Antigua and Barbuda
Argentina
Australia
Bahamas
Barbados
Bosnia and Herzegovina (only for owners of biometric passports)
Brazil
Brunei
Bulgaria
Canada
Chile
Costa Rica
Croatia
Cyprus
Guatemala
Holland
Honduras
Hong Kong (Special Administrative Region of China)
Ireland
Israel
Japan
Macau (Special Administrative Region of China)
Macedonia (only for owners of biometric passports)
Malaysia
Mauritius
Mexico
Monaco
Montenegro (only for owners of biometric passports)
New Zealand
Nicaragua
Panama
Paraguay
Romania
Saint Kitts and Nevis
San marino
Serbia (only for owners of biometric passports)
Seychelles
South Korea
Taiwan (only for passport holders with identification number)
Ukraine (only for owners of biometric passports)
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
USA
Uruguay
Vatican
Venezuela

Citizens of the countries not mentioned above are required to obtain a Schengen visa to enter Czech Republic. It is also important to take into account the fact, that the total number of days in a Schengen country should not exceed 90 d. per six months. Also, these conditions do not apply to the immigration, education, employment or involvement in other income-generating activities.

Business Information

The Czech Republic today has successfully transitioned from a planned economy to a market economy. The Czech Republic is very self-sufficient, and despite the fact that it must follow the general laws and requirements of the European Union, it has maintained some independence and continues to build its domestic policy independently. A clear indicator of the Czech economy is the dynamics of the Czech koruna exchange rate against the euro. The Czech koruna is so stabile today that the currencies of the vast majority of countries can only envy. If we add stable prices in the domestic market, low unemployment, the development of all types of industry, and very loyal laws to foreign investors, it is not surprising that the flow of foreign capital into the country permanently increases.

You can freely register an LLC and become its founder even without obtaining resident status; registration will take approximately 1 week. In order to open a business in the Czech Republic, it is necessary to have qualifications in the direction in which the person plans to work. Documents on specialized education or work experience of at least a year must be provided at registration. You will need a permit for specific activities, which can be issued from one and a half to two months. Although there are deals where licensing is not required. Taxation in the Czech Republic complies with the standards of the EU countries and operates on the principles of a market economy.

Business in the Czech Republic is also beneficial because the country is neighboring to such states as Germany, Slovakia, Poland, Austria, what can significantly expands the market. Moreover, everyone who wants to start a business gets the opportunity to take advantage of such privileges: to obtain a European loan for doing business on favorable terms; the possibility to use numerous investment programs; to use government business support programs; numerous subsidies; legislation encourages and supports business newcomers. Among the interests of small and medium businesses more often is the service sector, catering, pharmacies, real estate agencies, tourism and hotels. Tourism is an important sector of the economy, but not the main one, and of course not the only one. Representatives of almost all the largest world brands are located in the Czech Republic. The local productions have long ago established themselves in the world market, so another popular area of ​​activity is export. 

Import can also be quite profitable, but here you need to take into account the mentality of the Czechs and their usual way of life. Czechs are very civilized, educated and polite, they will always help you, but at the same time they are rather discreet and closed people, they are thrifty and not greedy for luxury goods, even if they have the opportunity to purchase them. Today, it is possible to characterize investment opportunities in the Czech Republic like stabile and reliable. Reasonable prices, comfortable living, wide prospects - what else do you need for happiness?
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