Rules for traveling between Czech republic and Switzerland

Rules for traveling between Czech republic and Switzerland

From 9th May 2021 will change rules for traveling between Czech republic and Switzerland. More informations here:

Rules for travel from the Czech Republic to Switzerland from 1st July 2021

When boarding the coach you must have:
- travel document (citizen’s ID card or passport)
- an FFP2 respirator or better (can be purchased on board the coach)

Rules for travel from the Czech Republic to Austria from 17th June 2021

When boarding the coach you must have:
- confirmation of a negative antigen test (no older than 48 hours) or PCR test (no older than 72 hours) - You can take the test within 5 days of arrival.
- or a international certificate of vaccination
- or confirmation that you have had COVID-19
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- travel document (citizen’s ID card or passport)
- an FFP2 respirator or better (can be purchased on board the coach)


Rules for travel from Switzerland and Austria to the Czech Republic from 9th July 2021


I have not been vaccinated against COVID-19 and have not had the disease in the last 180 days:

When boarding the coach you must have:
- confirmation of a negative antigen test (no more than 48 hours old) or PCR test (no more than 72 hours old)
- confirmation of registration with the Czech authorities at www.prijezdovyformular.cz (the number of our line is 000050) = QR code
- travel document (citizen’s ID card or passport)
- an FFP2 respirator or better (can be purchased on board the coach)

I have been vaccinated against COVID-19 (it is at least 14 days since I received the second dose):

When boarding the coach you must have:
- a international certificate of vaccination (14 days since the second dose)
- travel document (citizen’s ID card or passport)
- an FFP2 respirator or better (can be purchased on board the coach)

I have had COVID-19 in the last 180 days:

When boarding the coach you must have:
- confirmation that you have had COVID-19 – the necessary form can be found here (valid for just 180 days after you have had the disease)
- travel document (citizen’s ID card or passport)
- an FFP2 respirator or better (can be purchased on board the coach)