Czech Passport

Czech Republic

The Czech passport allows visa-free travel to 121 countries. It also grants access to 48 e-visas and 15 visas on arrival. However, a visa is required for entry into 34 countries.


Czechia, with a population of around 10.7 million, is a landlocked country in Central Europe. It is bordered by Germany, Austria, Slovakia, and Poland. The country is known for its rich history, boasting a number of UNESCO World Heritage sites.

The Czech passport ranks 7th in the world, according to the Henley Passport Index. This index measures the number of countries a passport holder can enter without a visa.


Visa-free map

Nearby countries

The nearest visa free countries to visit for Czech passport holders are Bosnia and Herzegovina, San Marino, Serbia, Montenegro, Vatican City and Kosovo.

Visa free countries

So, where can Czechs travel without a visa? We have listed all the countries where Czech Republic citizens can travel visa-free, eliminating the hassle of visa paperwork.







This data has been sourced from Wikipedia and was last updated on 7/1/2024.