Rules relaxed in Czech Republic
From the 6th September 2021, quarantine and testing rules have eased on travellers visiting from the European Union. Fully vaccinated visitors, and those who have recovered from COVID-19 in the last 180 days, must show proof in the form of a European Union Digital COVID Certificate (EUDCC) when entering the Czech Republic. All EUDCC holders will not be required to take a COVID-19 test or undertake quarantine measures on arrival into the country.
Please note: all visitors aged six and over arriving into the Czech Republic must provide a Public Health Passenger Locator (arrival) form. Children aged six to 17 travelling with a family member may be included on the family member form.
A city buzzing with culture and creativity, art and entertainment, there’s little chance of being bored in Brno
Perched at the confluence of the Svitava and Svratka rivers, Brno is the cultural hub of the Czech Republic. The capital city of Moravia, it has a lively arts scene with a calendar of music and film festivals, contemporary art galleries and modern theatre. This bright, buzzy city is also renowned for its modernist architecture, including the restored Villa Tugendhat, designed and built in 1930 by architect Mies van der Rohe. Take a walking tour of the city centre and see the medieval Špilberk Castle, a former prison with vaulted tunnels, the soaring twin spires of the Peter and Paul Cathedral, and learn about the true legends, both historic and modern, who have formed this inviting city.