Frequently Asked Questions
- Do Czech doctors speak English?
- Is Czech Republic in the EU?
- What currency do I use in Prague?
- Can I claim treatment costs against tax?
- Can I claim treatment costs on my medical insurance?
- Can my private insurance cover for Eye Surgery?
- Do I need a special travel insurance?
- What is the minimal length of stay in Prague?
- What happens after my arrival in Prague?
- How many times will I fly to Prague?
- Is there something I should not do before my surgery?
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Smart tips for your Prague stay
Save on flights by making a booking as soon as your medical appointment is confirmed. Nowadays all airlines give better prices for early bookings and it can be significant if you book your ticket a week or a month before you come to Prague. Praga Medica recommends you to plan the visit in a way that you can book your flight at least 2 weeks in advance.
Unless you are in a rush, plan your stay in Prague outside of main feasts and holidays like Christmas, Easter, 1st May, July-August. Prices of flights rise significantly for these dates and so accommodation in hotels.
Combine your main treatment with supplement treatments such as dentistry or dermatology treatments for a reduced price. Save money on minor medical and beauty procedures that you would undergo in your country anyway. Use your free time to visit a hairdresser, go to a massage or see a cosmetician. You will pay half price or less compared to what you would pay at home.