Rules and recommendations
Citizens of the Czech Republic, foreigners with a residence permit issued by the Czech Republic, EU+ citizens and foreigners with a long-term or permanent residence permit in EU+ countries may enter the Czech Republic for any reason, including tourism. You can find the conditions under which this applies in the Possibilities and Obligations of Foreigners Entering the Czech Republic.
Other foreigners (citizens of third countries who do not have a residence permit issued by the Czech Republic or who do not have a long-term or permanent residence permit in another EU+ country and citizens of third countries who have been issued a short-term visa by the Czech Republic before 11 May 2020 and who have been issued a short-term or long-term visa in another EU+ country) are prohibited from coming to the Czech Republic for other than necessary reasons. These reasons include the necessity to provide for the basic necessities of life, to provide for the care of children; the necessity to provide for the care of animals, to use essential financial and postal services, to refuel, to make acute trips to medical facilities; to social services facilities; to attend urgent official business and to attend a funeral. Travel for tourism purposes is therefore not permitted. Please refer to the current measure (will be in English soon) for further information.