UPDATED: March 17th, 2020

As you might travel to Prague, there is list of the some of the most visited sights that are currently closed.

I try to keep this list updated. Still, forgive me if there is any misleading information. The situation is changing every minute. 

Following the order of the Ministry of Health after the meeting of the State Security Council and the decision of the Ministry of Culture, here are the restrictions for the Czech Republic.

 

Prague Castle 

  • Prague Castle historical premises and exhibitions are closed (all indoor places)
  • The Prague Castle area (courtyards and roads) IS CLOSED
  • No changing of the guards.

St. Vitus Cathedral 

  • Closed for visitors and also for religious services.

National Museum 

All buildings are currently closed

National Gallery 

All buildings are currently closed

Other Buildings and Museums in Prague

Castles in the Czech Republic

Other sites in the Czech Republic

LIFE RESTRICTIONS

  • Since March 16th, for next 10 days, until March 24th, closed all pubs, restaurants, shops, sport areas, clubs, libraries… All facilities except – groceries stores, pharmacies, tabacco shops, petrol station and shops with fabrics). 
  • No gatherings for more than 30 people – including theatre, musical, film, sport, religious, dancing events, markets, educational programs, private and also public events.
  • No religious services in the churches.
  • Seniors (over 70 years) are advised to stay home.
  • People are told to stay home, except travelling to work and shopping. 

TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS

FOLLOW WHO FOR MORE INFO ABOUT COVID-19 and how to protect.