As the official representation of Switzerland, the Embassy covers all matters concerning diplomatic relations between the two countries. It represents Swiss interests in the areas of political, economic, financial and legal affairs, as well as science, education and culture.
Embassy of Switzerland in the Czech Republic
President of the Swiss Confederation Guy Parmelin: National Day 2021 greetings for the Swiss abroad
The Ambassador Philippe Guex guides you through places in Prague that have a connection to Switzerland
© Embassy of Switzerland in the Czech Republic / Fiona Ziegler
For persons who have stayed in the Czech Republic within the last 10 days the following applies upon entry:
If you are travelling by air you must register via swissplf.admin.ch before entering the country and be able to show proof of a negative test.
Exemptions: vaccinated or from Covid-19 recovered individuals, children
All travellers must take note of the health-related measures at the Swiss border. The interactive travel check tool shows you what measures apply to you.
For futher nformation please check: Entering Switzerland.
On state level, the Federal Office of Public Health of Switzerland FHPO informs about measures against to the Novel Coronavirus.
Entry to the Czech Republic
Information for people living in Switzerland
There is an obligation to register before entering the country. A negative antigen / PCR test result or COVID certificate (second dose at least 14 days prior to the entry) must be presented upon entry. Exceptions exist for those who have recovered and for children under 6 years of age.
For detailed further information and exceptions, please consult the following pages:
Switzerland-EU Institutional Agreement
At its meeting on 26 May, the Federal Council undertook an overall evaluation of the outcome of the negotiations on the institutional framework agreement (InstA).
Detailed information can be found on the German page and on the French page.
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