Locations in Czechia

If you’re planning to shoot in the Czech Republic and require production services, look no further. We offer comprehensive local production support, including logistics, crew, locations, camera operators and more. Our team of experienced producers and fixers specializes in managing and coordinating international shoots of all kinds. Whether you’re working on commercials, TV series, feature films, branded content, documentaries, corporate projects, or still shoots, we have you covered. We operate throughout the Czech Republic and can tailor a crew to suit your needs.


Fixers, producers, and local crew in the Czech Republic are known for their professionalism, attention to detail, and commitment to delivering high-quality results. They have experience working on projects of all scales and can provide the necessary equipment to support your production. Most crew in the Czech Republic speak English very well. 


The Czech Republic, situated in the heart of Europe, is a beautiful country offering a wide array of filming areas and sceneries thanks to its rich history and diverse landscapes. Its strategic location allows for easy access to high mountains, rocky terrains, expansive lakes, sunlit vineyards, and dense forests, all within a relatively short driving distance. Moreover, Czech cities boast well-preserved historical monuments, castles, and chateaux, many of which are included on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Additionally, modern and architecturally interesting districts add to the variety of filming options. Each season brings its own unique atmosphere, with cold snowy winters, blooming springs, hot summers, and colorful autumns. You may recognize these stunning locations from notable films such as “Casino Royale,” “The Chronicles of Narnia,” “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol,” and “The Gray Man.” 

Filming permits

 When it comes to filming permits in the Czech Republic, the process is handled by municipal authorities as there is no central authority for national permits. Obtaining permits is generally straightforward with the assistance of our local crew who can guide you through the necessary paperwork. It is advisable to apply for permits in advance, as deadlines and fees vary depending on the location. For larger sets, permits are typically required, while filming in public spaces without tripods and static lights is allowed. Drone operations are regulated, and permission from the Civil Aviation Authority is necessary. However, using locally registered drones can simplify the process, and our local crew can assist in acquiring the required permissions.

Shooting in the Czech Republic is rather budget-friendly compared to other European countries, further supported by advantageous exchange rates and cash rebates offered by the Czech Film Fund. International film and TV productions can qualify for a 20% rebate on local spending by submitting an application and cultural test. Additional rebates are available for international spending that meets the minimum expenditure level. The Czech Film Fund has supported nearly 400 films and TV projects since 2010, making our local crew well-versed in the documentation requirements and procedures to access these funding opportunities. 


Among the popular filming locations in the Czech Republic, Prague stands out as the capital city. Known as the “City of Hundred Spires,” Prague offers a romantic and well-preserved historical city center, along with unique districts that each possess their own atmosphere and charm. The city pulsates with life and provides diverse styles and settings to cater to various content needs. 


Ostrava is a city you shouldn’t miss when shooting in the Czech Republic. Known as the steel heart of the country, Ostrava is an industrial city in the east, characterized by its architecture featuring mining towers, furnaces, halls, and factory complexes. These structures reflect the technological development of the nation and provide a unique backdrop for filming. With its history rooted in coal mining and iron production, Ostrava boasts majestic industrial monuments and machines, along with functionalist and socialist-realistic styles. This makes it an excellent choice for shooting post-communist, post-war, sci-fi, or utopian audio-visual works. Over time, Ostrava has transformed into a modern and cultural city, breathing new life into its captivating architecture.

Castles and Chateaux

The Czech Republic is renowned for its impressive collection of castles, chateaux, and fortresses, numbering around 2,000 in total. These architectural gems showcase a range of styles, from early medieval Romanesque to Art Nouveau, spanning centuries of history. Situated across all regions of the Czech Republic, these castles and chateaux are easily accessible within a short drive. Some of the most popular ones include Český Krumlov and Hluboká chateaux in South Bohemia, Karlštejn in the Central Bohemian Region, and the Lednice-Valtice Complex in Moravia. Each of these locations provides a stunning setting for your filming needs.

Central European Architecture

Czechia, with its rich history, offers a captivating blend of architectural styles and unique filming locations. The traces of its architectural heritage can be traced back over a thousand years, from the Romanesque rotundas to the mysterious Gothic structures, Renaissance palaces, and Baroque chapels. Later periods brought forth the Art Nouveau and functionalist villas of the 20th century, as well as the iconic socialist realism monuments from the communist era. This diverse architectural landscape offers a wealth of easily accessible locations, ideal for capturing the essence of post-communist and post-war narratives. Furthermore, the country is now witnessing a wave of modern architecture and intriguing urban districts, adding a contemporary touch to its filming opportunities.

In conclusion, the Czech Republic presents a unique opportunity to film in beautiful and diverse spaces, imbued with a distinctive atmosphere. With a highly experienced and quality-focused crew, competitive prices, funding options, and accessible permits, it has established itself as a popular filming destination for numerous successful audio-visual productions.


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