A Useful List of Embassies and Consulates in the Czech Republic!

Are you facing issues regarding your personal documents (for instance, a lost passport) and you’ve been told that to get a new one you have to go to your embassy (or consulate)? Keep reading and you will find the list of the main ones available in the Czech Republic!

What to Do When Your Identity Document Got Lost or Stolen in the Czech Republic

A passport or a valid ID card is a really valuable item if you are an expat living abroad. Of course, nobody even likes to think about the possibility of losing such things, but what if it happens? Here you can find a to-do list when necessary to face such an unfortunate event.

Underground Culture Scene in Prague

So, you found a place to stay, took the first tour to know the city, and met a lot of new friends in one of our MeetUps. Maybe now you are willing to explore Prague a little more, but sometimes it can be a bit of a challenge to orient yourself in its cultural life. As always, we’re here to help, check this article full of artistic information!

Let Our Expat & Immigration Consultant Dana Turn You in a Prague Enthusiast like She Is!

Dana Blichová is our skilled Expat & Immigration Consultant in Prague. She is the right person to call or email if you need help in the Czech Republic. You may know Dana from her previous position at Foreigners so we would like to present you what her professional specialty is now.

Moose Power: Sports Programs Inspired by Norway. A Project that Will Earn Your Trust!

Moose Power wants to support the community of expats living in Prague who are not in a position or willing to use services of Czech sports clubs and other facilities due to language barriers. That is one reason why partnership with Foreigners has been established.

Christmas Markets 2018 in Prague: Where to Find Them and What to Enjoy!

The Prague Christmas markets are one of the many Czech traditions that are carried on during that time of the year. They’re open every day from 1st December 2018 to 6th January 2019, including the Christmas Eve (December 24), Christmas Day (December 25) and New Year’s Day (January 1).