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What’s the current situation like in Pilsen and the surrounding area?

Summer in Pilsen

After quite some time, the safety measures involving coronavirus have finally been lifted in Pilsen and its surroundings. All tourist attractions are now open, and concerts and other events are taking place. You’ll have no problem finding accommodation at a hotel, and no measures limiting people or their free movement are currently in place. You are no longer even required to wear a face mask. To put it simply, everything has returned to the way it was before and things are only looking up for the coming months.

Tourist attractions

All tourist attractions are now open to the public. No restrictions are currently in place. You can now go and visit a brewery, museum, gallery, the zoo, Technmania Science Center, DinoPark, the tower in St. Bartholomew’s Cathedral, the city’s historic underground and other places of interest. Click here to see the complete list and opening hours for all individual attractions.

Hotels

The hotels in and around Pilsen have plenty of open rooms this summer and are offering various accommodation bonuses for free. Another plus is that you can find good prices for the hotels or guest houses right in the city centre, meaning you won’t have to take any public transportation. Take a look at our list of accommodations.

Face masks and other matters of public health

You are no longer required to wear face masks in public nor in interior spaces in Pilsen. One exception, however, is the use of face masks in hospitals, where this regulation still applies. There are also a few locations throughout the Czech Republic where you are required to wear a face mask (Prague or the Moravian-Silesian Region). It’s recommended you simply bring a face mask with you when travelling through the country. In addition, you will always be able to find hand sanitizer in any place with a larger concentration of people.

Quarantine

You can travel to the Czech Republic from almost any European country without having to undergo mandatory quarantine upon arrival. We recommend, however, checking beforehand to see what quarantine requirements your country has. It’s always best to make sure you’re aware of the current information provided by the local embassy of the country you are travelling to.

  • If you’re unsure of any given situation, you can call the Pilsen Information Centre, any day of the week from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (+420 378 035 330). We would be happy to assist you with anything you might need, including booking accommodation or admission tickets.