Chinese Embassy in Czech Republic

Ambassador: Mr. Feng Biao
Address: Pelleova 18, 16000 Praha, 6-Bubenec, Prague, Czech Republic

Consular Office

Tel: +420 224322235, 09:00 - 12:00, 14:00 - 17:00 on working days
Fax: +420-233028845

CVASC in Prague

Applicants holding oridnary passports shall submit their applications to China Visa Application Service Center, the CVASC. Citizens of Czech Republic holding diplomatic/official/service passport  and shall still submit applications directly to the embassy.

Details of the CVASC in Prague

Address: Futurama, Sokolovska 663/136 A 2FL, Karlin, Praha 8 
Business Hours: Monday-Friday, Closed on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays. 
Submission of applications: 9:00 - 15:00. 
Payment and collection: 9:00 - 16:00. 
Call: +420 273160888   Manual Answer: 14:00-16:00
Fax: +420 273160833 

Visa Fees (CZK)

Nationlity / Visa Types Fees
Czech Republic and Other Schengen Countries All types 1,100
The USA All types except J-type 3,100
J-type 3,800
Canada  All types 1,200
Serbia  All types 40
Israel  All types 400
Argentina  All types 2,500
Panama  All types 1,000
Brazil  All types 2,100
Uruguay  All types 700
Russia Single Entry 800
Double Entries 1,600
Multiple Entries 2,400
Romania Single Enrty 1,250
Double Entries 1,700
Multiple Entries 2,500
Other Countries Single Entry 600
Duble Entries 900
Multiple Entry valid for 6 months 1,200
Multiple Entry valid for 12 months 1,700
 Available from Dec. 11, 2023 to Dec. 31, 2024.

Services Charged by the CVASC in Prague

Type Fees
Regular Service (4 working days) 1,100
Express Service Level 1 (2 working days) 2,200
Express Service Level 2 (3 working days) 1,600

2024 Holiday Schedule of CVASC in Prague

The Consular Office of the Embassy will be closed on the following public holidays in the year of 2023: 
Festivals Date Day
New Year's Day January 1 Monday
Chinese New Year February 12 - 14 Monday - Wednesday
Good Friday March 29 Friday
Easter April 1 Monday
International Labor Day May 1 Wednesday
Dragon Boat Festival June 10 Monday
Saints Cyril and Methodius Day July 5 Friday
Mid-Autumn Festival September 17 Tuesday
Chinese National Day September 30 - October 2  Monday - Wednesday
Establishment of the Czechoslovak Republic Day October 28 Monday
Christmas Day December 24 - 26 Tuesday - Thursday

 Please contact Embassy of Czech Republic in PRC if Czeches are in distress there

Related Chinese Embassies in Europe: Copenhagen, DenmarkTallinn, Estonia, Helsinki, Finland
- Last updated on Jan. 25, 2024 by Gabby Li -
Questions & Answers on Chinese Embassy in Czech Republic
Asked by meghbalika from CHINA | Nov. 06, 2019 22:41Reply
China Visa appointment wait time in Prague
Can anyone suggest what is the waiting time to get an appointment after filling up the visa application form in the Chinese Embassy in Prague?
Answers (3)
Answered by Mandy from CZECH | Nov. 07, 2019 19:11

After you fill up the application form on the website of the CVASC in Prague. You can immediatelly book an appointment on the same website.
Answered by Meghbalika from INDIA | Nov. 07, 2019 22:02

Thanks Mandy for replying. But I actualy wanted to know that, say if I submit application form today, is it possible to get an appointment for tomorrow? Any help is appreciated.
Answered by Mandy | Nov. 07, 2019 23:00

It depends on whether the day has been fully booked.
Asked by David from IRELAND | Aug. 27, 2018 05:59Reply
Visa For a Irish Passport Holder
This question has been asked a bit before but my circumstances are slightly diifferent. I want to go to China on a tourist L. I am in the Czech Rep but have no documentation for being here as I am Irish and part of EU so not needed. No permit residency or job contract. Can I still apply in prauge for the visa with a Irish Passport.
Answers (2)
Answered by Edwin from FRANCE | Aug. 27, 2018 19:17

David, it's possible for you to apply for tourist L type at the China embassy in Czech if you have valid visa or entry permit record in there. You can have a try.
Answered by Mary | Apr. 22, 2023 04:22

David, did you manage to get the visa? I have a similar situation and I don't want to book anything without ensuring I can obtain a visa.
Asked by Maria from CZECH REPUBLIC | Apr. 23, 2018 06:16Reply
Visa requirements for document 1951 convention travel document
Dear Sir or Madam,
I am from Ethiopia. Am studying and working in Czech Republic but I have permanent residence permit and Czech travel document of convention 1951. I would like to vist China for summer trip. Is it possible to apply for visa with this document type? Thank you
Answers (1)
Answered by Howard from GREECE | Apr. 24, 2018 20:37

Maria, maybe you can make the application with this document type. But I cannot guarantee that. You can call the embassy to confirm this before you do that.
Asked by Jiri from CZECH REPUBLIC | Jul. 19, 2016 02:57Reply
Is bank statement required for applying Chinese tourist visa
Good morning,

I would need a double entry tourist permit for China.
In their site they state that for tourist L the following is necessary, among other requirements:
"7. own current bank statement showing sufficient funds to cover travel expenses (min. 100 USD/ day/ person)"

Is this true? I tried to contact the embassy, but no answer from them.

Do you also know if there is any agency in prague who can deal with the process, instead of going to the embassy myself?

Thank you very much and have a nice day.
Answers (1)
Answered by Matt from UNITED KINGDOM | Jul. 19, 2016 20:57

Jiri, based on what I know, if you apply for a tourist L visa at the embassy of PRC in Czech Republic, the bank statement is not required.
You can find an agency or ask your friend to submit the application to the embassy of PRC to apply it for you. But you need to find an agency by yourself.
Asked by Vanesa Tognetti from CZCEH REPUBLIC | May. 23, 2016 03:22Reply
Visa requirements for an Italian citizen living in Czech Republic
Dear Sir/Madam,

I got invitation to attend a scientific meeting in China. I do not have residence permit in Czech Republic since it is not mandatory as European citizen but I do have work contract. Is it possible to apply for visit VISA with my Italian passport with out residence permit in Czech republic?
Many thanks
Answers (1)
Answered by Tracy from RUSSIA | May. 23, 2016 22:52

Vanesa, even though you don’t have residence permit in Czech Republic, you can still apply for Chinese visa form there.
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