#LifeInCzechia It’s winter, which means we’re all in danger of getting mold. Us Czechs are used to heating and airing out every day to make sure our homes don’t get too damp. However, you as foreigners might not be as accustomed to this. In this article we’ll explain how to properly air out your rooms to avoid getting mold. We’ll also give you tips on how you get rid of it if you do find it.
Lex Ukraine IV: Refugees Can Now Extend Temporary Protection in Czechia until 31/3/2024
#LatestNewsCzechia Good news for Ukrainian refugees! You now have the option to extend your Temporary Protection (TP) until 31 March 2024! The Czech government has finally passed the new amendment of Lex Ukraine, known as Lex Ukraine IV. How do you extend? And what is the deadline for extension? We’ve summed it all up for you.
8 Must-Have Apps for Students
#LifeInCzechia Being a student In Czechia gives you a lot of opportunities to discover this beautiful country and meet people from all over the world. However, it is not all sunshine and roses. It requires a lot of learning and research to get a diploma. The end of the semester is approaching and that means only one thing – exams. To make your life easier, we have prepared a list of useful apps to make your learning more effective.
Data Mailboxes Mandatory for All Self-Employed from 1 January 2023
#LatestNewsCzechia Are you self-employed? Then you should familiarise yourself with Data Mailboxes, because you will have it set up automatically from 1 January 2023. In this article, you’ll learn about what is a Data Mailbox, what are the advantages and benefits of owning one, and who is obligated to use it.
We are rebranding! A Peek Behind the Scenes of our New Visual
#ForeignersTeam After more than 13 years in business, we have decided to change our visual! And we are in love with our new corporate identity! The light green colour was replaced by a more sophisticated dark green. Why did we opt to do this? And what is involved in a change like this? You can read all about this in the following article!
Advent Wreaths, Midnight Mass, and Who the Heck is Ježíšek? Czech Christmas Explained
#LifeInCzechia Christmas is upon us and even though the majority of Czechs is irreligious and doesn’t go to church, we sure do love our Christmas traditions. In this article you’ll learn about how we celebrate Advent, get some tips on where to attend Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve in your city, and finally find out who is Ježíšek and how can a small baby deliver all these presents anyway?
Where to Shop in Pilsen: Fashion Edition
#LifeInCzechia Let’s be honest here – we are living in an online world at the moment. You can shop for anything from the comfort of your couch. But don’t you miss going to the stores and seeing if something catches your eye, feeling the fabric of cozy sweaters, or trying on clothes on the spot, so you don’t have to return them? In case you do, you might then enjoy our virtual trip to the best places to shop for clothes, shoes, and accessories.
Top Christmas Events across Czechia to Put You in a Festive Mood
#LifeInCzechia The most wonderful time of the year is coming up! Christmas spirit fills the streets and our homes as Christmas Eve is getting closer. Whether it is your first holiday season in Czechia or not, it is always a unique and unforgettable time. Follow our tips and do not miss these Christmas events in Prague, Brno, Pilsen, Olomouc, and Hradec Králové.
What to Do with Your Furniture When Leaving Czechia?
#LifeInCzechia Czech Republic is a popular country to move to among foreigners. However, life changes, and you may decide to return home or to another country. If this is your case, you have to arrange a lot of things like canceling contracts and leaving your apartment. You might also need to take care of some minor repairs or professional cleaning. Still, there is one more task: what to do with the furniture? We have prepared several options for you to make your decision easier.
How to Park Your Car in Czechia: Survival Guide
#LifeInCzechia Czechia is known for its great public transport system for inner-city as well as long-distance commutes. However, having a car comes in handy for a quick transfer to scarcely populated areas or if you have a family. After a successful registration of your car in Czechia, there is one more thing that needs to be figured out. Parking! In this article, we will guide you through the parking systems and rules in several Czech cities.