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Foreigners have been robbed in night clubs, bars and restaurants, including fast food shops in the centre of Prague and after accepting offers of help, particularly with luggage, at Prague's main railway station.Foreigners have also been robbed or assaulted after accepting spiked drinks from strangers.In recent years, terrorists have staged attacks in a number of European cities.Targets have included public transport and transport hubs, and public places frequented by foreigners.Take your passport, evidence of your health insurance and a completed 'Registration of Accommodation' form.This form can be downloaded from the Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic website or you can get a copy at the local branch. If you stay in a hotel or other commercial accommodation, confirm that registration is part of the check-in process.
This includes notes and coins, money orders, cheques and traveller cheques.All drivers must carry a driver's licence issued by the Czech Republic, from another European Union (EU) member state, or an International Driving Permit. Check with your travel insurer about any exclusions that apply.Some taxi drivers refuse to use taxi meters and overcharge travellers.More information: Schengen Convention Minors (under 18 years of age) travelling to the Czech Republic unaccompanied or with a guardian must carry a letter of consent from the child's parent(s) authorising their travel.
If a minor is travelling with one parent only, a letter isn't required from the non-travelling parent.
If you're forced to handover your passport, contact the Embassy for advice.