As a European citizen, you have probably noticed there is little difference between Czech culture and other European countries and maybe even non-European countries. However, these are the little details that make Czech culture so unique. Have you seen the impressive number of dogs in the streets or the famous socks in sandals the locals wear basically any season of the year? In this article, I share my experience as a French expat in the Czech Republic. Let’s dive into these particular Czech traditions together!
I am sure many people will agree with me if I say that one of the best ways to spend the autumn evening is to lay under a warm blanket with a cup of tea or cocoa and read a great book. During the last quarantine in spring, we recommended quite a number of movies for you to watch. In case you like to read and have some spare time during the pandemic, I would also like to recommend to you some excellent Czech authors that you should try!
The National Theater in Prague is one of the most important buildings and the pride of the Czech nation. It is a stunning Neo-Renaissance building and it was built by Joseph Zítek. The theatre has its special place in Czech history as it is a symbol of the Czech National Revival. The National Theater has played a significant role in the development of Czech music, the country’s dramatic arts, and the Czech language.
Prague is known as one of the most gorgeous capitals around the world. And if you decide to visit Czechia, we have great news for you! Our rather This small country is literally strewn with beautiful towns and villages, equally fascinating and magical as their capital. The pearl among them, without a doubt, is the town of Český Krumlov.
The Czech Republic is famous for its numerous wonderful castles. Almost in every corner of the Czech Republic, there is a castle — an old one with an interesting ancient history. We have great news for those who live in Brno. You have an opportunity to visit 5 of them, and the road takes only one hour to get there!
The fact is that you are a negotiator. Like it or not, negotiation is a part of your life and everyone negotiates something every day. However, negotiation is different in different cultures. So what could be the differences? And what could be the common misunderstanding in every cross cultural negotiation?
According to a well-known saying the Czechs have golden hands, which implies that the two words Czech Design were meant to belong together. The Czechs have a reputation of a nation, which is able to produce anything with bare hands and the end product would not lack quality. Czech creativity manifested itself many times in […]