Aoife and thesameboat have given you the really important info, but I'll add a few notes. I have bb twins as a result of a 2009 cycle at the Clinic for Reproductive Medicine in Zlin. BTW, CRM Zlin and Reprofit in Brno are sister clinics. If you're interested in CRM Zlin, I advise you to go to the ivfzlin.ning site thesameboat mentions.
->It looks as though CRM Zlin may no longer be giving even the very basic donor information they did before, except for maybe blood type. For my own part, I'm not sure I could have cycled there under those circumstances, but other women on the ning site seem to be bearing up.
->There is a fertility travel coordination service for CRM Zlin, too, like the one Aoife mentions for Brno. It's ivfvacation.com. I coordinated my first cycle w/ivfvacation and coordinated directly with the clinic for my second, successful, cycle. You can probably get a slot at Zlin faster through ivfvacation than coordinating directly with the clinic.
->thesameboat is right that you're much less likely to have frosties in the Czech Republic than at a U.S. clinic, but I have two on ice, and we're seeing more FET's on the ivfzlin.ning forum. It does happen, and FET's are extraordinarily cheap there. The problem is you need to make your travel arrangements before you'll know whether the embies survive the thaw.
->The Czech Republic is a wonderful vacation destination, and affordable. Zlin itself is not a tourist area, but you can get on a train and be in Prague in about four hours. Or you could take the train to Vienna, but food and lodging there will be pricey.
->CRM Zlin has been very busy lately, and it seems to be taking longer for patients to get responses from the donor coordinators. Be prepared to be patient if you decide to cycle there.
Maggie (in VA)