Burčák – Sign of the Fall in the Czech Republic

Posted by on Sep 22, 2016 in Country, Culture, Featured, Food & Drink, Health, Phenomenon | 0 comments

Burčák – Sign of the Fall in the Czech Republic

You might have noticed small stalls flanking the streets and roads of Czech cities offering something like wine. This „something“ is burčák, the partially fermented young Moravian wine that...

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Guide to Picking Best Location to Live in Prague

Posted by on Sep 19, 2016 in Expat, Featured, Miscellaneous, Practical tips | 0 comments

Guide to Picking Best Location to Live in Prague

If you plan to move to Prague soon for work or studies you might have already done your research and found out Prague is divided into districts, every one of which has been designated a number. In...

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Czech School Holidays in 2016-2017

Posted by on Sep 16, 2016 in Country, Expat, Practical tips | 0 comments

Czech School Holidays in 2016-2017

Do you live in the Czech Republic together with your family? If you have kids of school age it might be useful to be aware of their holidays in the 2016/2017 school year calendar so you can plan on...

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English-speaking Doctors in Prague

Posted by on Sep 14, 2016 in Expat, Featured, Health | 0 comments

English-speaking Doctors in Prague

Comprehensive health insurance by Slavia & Foreigners.cz guarantees access to complete medical care in the Czech Republic. Below find a list of contracted English-speaking doctors and medical...

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Photo Nejedlí: Our Magic is to Become Friends with Clients

Posted by on Sep 12, 2016 in Featured, Miscellaneous, Phenomenon | 0 comments

Photo Nejedlí: Our Magic is to Become Friends with Clients

Do you like photos on our new website Foreigners.cz? Do you wonder who’s behind them? It‘s not only one person but a married couple; Pavla and Jindřich Nejedlí. They are wedding photographers,...

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How to Adapt in a New Country

Posted by on Sep 12, 2016 in Country, Expat, Featured, Uncategorized | 0 comments

How to Adapt in a New Country

September is the month of the new arrivals. International students and young professionals arrive to the Czech Republic eager to find their new home in the middle of Europe. According to the...

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What If I can’t Find an Apartment?

Posted by on Sep 7, 2016 in Expat, Featured, Practical tips | 0 comments

What If I can’t Find an Apartment?

In September demand for long-term accommodation increases exponentially, just like demand for red roses and heart-shaped chocolates before Valentine’s day. Why so? To start with, the 1st of...

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Free Internet Connection around Europe

Posted by on Aug 30, 2016 in Featured, Miscellaneous, Practical tips | 0 comments

Free Internet Connection around Europe

UPC internet provider is introducing Wi-Free: wireless network, which UPC customers can use for free even outside of their homes. Wi-Free network is created by wi-fi modems of existing UPC customers....

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Prague’s Tram Network Will Undergo a Change

Posted by on Aug 22, 2016 in Featured, Miscellaneous, News | 0 comments

Prague’s Tram Network Will Undergo a Change

Residents of Prague should prepare for a significant change in the tram network. From the 28th of August 9 established tram routes in Prague will undergo a change, also 3 new tram routes will be...

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Superguide: No-nonsense Prague Guide

Posted by on Aug 8, 2016 in Culture, Event, Expat, Featured, Places to go, Practical tips | 1 comment

Superguide: No-nonsense Prague Guide

Created by locals, Prague Superguide is an essense of common knowledge about the Czech capital city and its gems. Main idea of Superguide is to make tourists feel like locals. Which is why 140-page...

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