Tunisia Visa for Czech Citizens

Visa Requirements from the Czech Republic

Citizens of the Czech Republic and Czech passport holders who are traveling for tourism are allowed to enter Tunisia visa-free for up to 90 days. The Tunisia visa is required for anyone traveling for business, visitors who want to stay longer than 90 days, or those who need to enter the country multiple times.

The current application requirements for the Czech Republic are quite complex and usually require the applicant to visit a Tunisian embassy in person. A new electronic application is being introduced later this year which will make it possible for travelers to apply for the Tunisian visa online before they arrange their journey.

The previous visa process meant long queues at border control and long wait times while the applicant’s visa was processed. The Tunisian authorities expect that the new Tunisia visa for Czech Republicans will reduce queues and save time, and make the visa process both quicker and more straightforward.

The visa application process involves three simple steps:

  • Complete the application form online, including all necessary documentation
  • Pay the visa fee using a debit or credit card
  • Receive the approved visa by email

If you are planning to travel to Tunisia, please check this website for frequent updates on the launch of the Tunisia online visa.

Tunisia Visa Application for Czechs

There are many electronic visa programs already in use around the world which ease the visa process for travelers. The convenience of the new Tunisia visa is expected to make the country a much more inviting prospect for short-term travelers.

Czech citizens will need to provide some basic personal information in order to comply with Tunisia visa requirements when applying for the visa. These include:

  • The applicant’s name as it appears on their passport
  • Full address
  • Date of birth
  • Nationality
  • Passport details, including expiry date
  • There will also be some security-related questions

It is vital that the applicant fills in all details carefully before submitting the online visa form, as mistakes in the application can cause delays in receiving the Tunisia visa. The applicant is wholly responsible for any delays that occur as a result of incorrect information.

Any information provided by the applicant is used to process the application and send email notifications regarding the visa status.

What Documents Do I Need to Apply for a Tunisia Visa?

It will only take a few minutes for applicants to complete the quick and simple new online visa application form. Applicants will be required to enter some basic information and include copies of several supporting documents. These include, but are not limited to:

  • Valid passport from an eligible country
  • Credit or debit card to pay the visa fee
  • Current email address where the applicant can be contacted

If you are a dual citizen you can apply with either passport, but your passport must be valid for the duration of your stay. If your passport is close to its expiry date, we advise you to renew your passport before you apply for the online visa. Tunisia does not require travelers’ passports to have any additional validity beyond the duration of the stay.

Once the online visa application has been submitted and approved, the eVisa will be sent to the applicant via email. It is advisable for the traveler to print a copy of their eVisa to present to the border authorities when they arrive in Tunisia. Travelers can use the Tunisia visa application online from anywhere in the world.

We advise against arranging flights or accommodation until after your visa has been approved and a copy sent to you. There are no guarantees that a visa will be granted and it is advisable to wait for the decision of the Tunisian immigration department before making plans.

No decision has yet been made by the authorities regarding the duration of the Tunisia tourist visa or the online visa fee. Please check back on this site for updates on the visa duration and any new details or policy terms that have yet to be announced.