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For questions about traveling within the Czech Republic (also known as Czechia), a country in Central Europe

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It should be easy to find a place to exchange either euros or pounds to local currency both in Czechia and Hungary. Dollars will work too, but since you need euros and pounds anyway in Austria and th …
answered Mar 30 '17 by hmakholm left over Monica
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If you're going to be busy on day 30, then the upside of reporting your presence earlier than that is that then your plans for day 30 will not need to be interrupted or changed to make time to go to t …
answered Jan 11 '19 by hmakholm left over Monica
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A type D visa, like a residence permit, allows you to make short trips to the other Schengen countries – very much as if you held a long multiple-entry type C visa or were visa-free. You only need to …
answered Aug 1 '16 by hmakholm left over Monica
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There is no requirement that visitors to the Schengen area (which Czechia is part of) need to be invited by a citizen or resident. The standard procedure is that your friend would apply for a visa fo …
answered Jun 13 '19 by hmakholm left over Monica