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The Czech Republic is a member of the EU since 2004, so most tourists do not require a visa to visit Prague, just a valid passport (or ID card for EU citizens).
There are different rules for citizens of other EU member countries than for tourists from other parts of the world.
Citizens of EU member states need a passport or other ID document to enter the Czech Republic. The same is true for citizens of Switzerland, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein, who enjoy free movement around the EEA (European Economic Area).
Visitors from other countries require a passport with at least six months validity on the day of arrival and, in some cases, a visa. A list of states whose citizens require a visa to enter the Czech Republic can be found on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website.
The Czech Republic is part of the so-called Schengen Zone. This group of counties have come together to enable people to cross their borders without passport controls. Despite this, however, a valid passport or other ID should be carried at all times.