This year, the Czech Republic has taken 10th place as the best destination for expats, out of 64 destinations in the Expat Insider 2019 survey. The country maintained the same places compared to last year and climbed one place compared to 2017.
With a new semester changes in public transportation in Brno come: there’s a renewed transit stop at Domeq. As some of you may know, Dornych street had been closed for reconstruction for nearly two years but now it’s finally open! Thus a new bus stop replaced the old one which used to be strictly for trams: the stop is called Kovařská and it’s situated way closer to Domeq than any other.
Has it ever surprise you that there’s a place called “Sapa, little Hanoi” in Prague? Sapa, isn’t it a town of Vietnam, 9.026 kilometers far from the Czech Republic? Well, you are right and wrong! If you haven’t noticed yet, you can experience Vietnamese culture and visit authentic Vietnamese market while living in the Czech Republic.
An important piece of news for all expats from Venezuela living in the Czech Republic is presented in this article. We received information from our client which helped us get a better perspective on this situation. Due to the current political crisis, Venezuelan expats are struggling to renew their passports, therefore the Ministry of Interior has suggested a solution regarding this issue.
The Czech Republic, the Central European country is the most liberal European country regarding lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT+) rights according to CEE New Perspectives. For example, it was the first post-communist nation to legalize same-sex registered partnerships from other European nations.