Prague is a beautiful European capital which attracts a lot of young people and workers from all around the world every year. There are currently almost 500,000 foreigners living here. As many people just come and go, you may need some tips to find the right offer when it comes to renting a flat.
Searching for sufficient and fair housing during an Erasmus stay is usually the hardest thing from the relocation process. Questions such as price, quality of the accommodation, communication with a landlord, his conditions and the location of the student housing is a daily food for Erasmus students. A dormitory, the social housing Domeq or a private apartment?
Czech Republic offers unlimited possibilities for every type of budget. Finding an apartment is definitely not an issue. Let’s take a closer look at the accommodation options in the country! Options for students Even being on a student budget you still have a few options to choose from. Dormitories are a possibility for those who […]
Take care of your finance Finally, your relocation is over: congrats! You found a lovely new home, arranged a health insurance, bought a local simcard. and you almost feel like a local now. A significant part of becoming like a local is still missing though, since you haven’t taken care of your finance yet! Pay […]
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 September is the beginning of a school and university year. As Czech Republic is a popular destination for foreign students’ education, hundreds of students arrive to CZ in […]
Successful international companies nowadays tend to move their operational headquarters and customer support centers into the heart of Europe. Many – for example, DHL, Exxon Mobil, Honeywell, HP – have already found their new base in the Czech Republic, a country with favourable tax rates and low cost yet highly qualified labour. In most cases, when […]
Vinohrady area, which covers Prague 2, 3 and 10, was originally known as the royal vineyards (vino=wine) during years 1867 to 1968. Nowadays, this beautiful, mainly residential quarter is a place where you find the most of Prague’s art nouveau architecture (and the highest concentration of expats per square meter). Colorful buildings’ facades, each different in […]
After challenging apartment search, having a signed lease agreement in your hand surely feels like a great relief. But don’t put down the guard just yet 🙂 There is one more crucial step awaiting: actual apartment handover. It is the process, when the landlord is handing the apartment to the tenant. It is also your […]
First months in a foreign country, we’ve all been through this: searching for a nice apartment, signing the deal with the landlord and happily moving in. However, one might have certain concerns, as we all do, when signing something, we don’t fully understand, like a lease agreement in Czech. Even if you were lucky to […]