Probably, there is no such person who would not dream of visiting the Czech Republic. Prague, Karlovy Vary, narrow cobbled streets, the majestic St. Vitus Cathedral, as if steeped in history Charles Bridge across the Vltava. To enter the Czech Republic, citizens of the Russian Federation require a visa.
Obtaining a Czech visa is no more difficult than obtaining a visa from other states within the Schengen area. Just carefully read the list of documents.
If you already have a valid Schengen multivisa, you do not need to obtain an additional Czech visa.
A complete list of documents for obtaining a short-term tourist visa is indicated on the website of the Czech Embassy.
This is a completed application form, 1 photo, a confirmed hotel reservation, a passport valid for another 90 days from the end of the trip, a certificate from the place of work, a sponsorship letter if the salary is less than 500 euros, a bank statement indicating the movement of funds for three months, insurance with coverage of 30,000 rubles.
Despite the fact that the list of documents seems very impressive, it is not so difficult to arrange them.
You can print and fill out the questionnaire yourself (note: only in blue ink!).
A photo "for a visa" is instantly taken in any photo studio or photo booth.
Surely you know when your passport expires, so it will be enough just to take it with you.
A certificate from the place of work can be obtained from the chief accountant or director of the personnel department.
For a sponsorship letter, a free-form application, a copy of the first page of the sponsor's civil passport and a certificate from his job title will be enough.
You will receive a statement on the movement of funds in the account at the bank within one day.
Any insurance company will gladly arrange insurance for those traveling abroad, and it is quite inexpensive.
A Czech visa can be obtained in 10 working days.