25 Useful Apps for Comfortable Life in the Czech Republic

#LifeInCzechia Are you relocating to Czechia? Or maybe you’re already living here? Check out these useful apps that can help you with daily tasks and save you time whenever you need it. Find out how to get your groceries delivered to your door, where to get a new dress in a hurry, where to look if you crave sweets, and many more handy tips!

Prague Professionals: Fine-tune Your Work-Life Balance in Unique Workspaces That Fit Your Every Need

The pandemic has changed the world in many ways, including how we work and where we work. Companies and employees as well as freelancers have been looking for alternatives to traditional office spaces. Scott.Weber Workspace offers 10 amazing locations in Prague (2 of which are opening soon) where you can (co)work, record a podcast, arrange a meeting over coffee or even have your company headquarters. Sky’s the limit. Want to learn more?

Coronavirus in Czechia: New Year’s Restrictions, Vaccination Certificate Validity, and Tougher Travel Conditions

The number of newly infected individuals in Czechia has been steadily going down. However, due to the threat of omicron, the new government has announced tougher restrictions for New Year’s Eve celebrations as well as the entering and re-entering of the country for foreigners and non-vaccinated. In addition, the EU has shortened the validity of vaccination certificates to 9 months from 1 February.

Energy Prices in Czechia: Can My Landlord Increase My Monthly Electricity Deposit?

If you’ve been keeping up with the news, you may have noticed a growing energy crisis in Europe that is increasing the price of electricity. To make sure you don’t go over budget, you should talk to your landlord to find out whether the provider is planning on increasing your monthly utility deposits. We’re also bringing you a few tips on how to not waste electricity in your home and ultimately save money.

How and Where to Register after Entering the Czech Republic

All foreigners are obligated to register with the authorities when they enter the Czech Republic. This is true for both EU citizens and third-country citizens. Unfortunately, many people tend to forget about this rule. What are the deadlines for registering? Which authorities do you need to visit? And when will the owner of your apartment register for you and when do you need to do it yourself? Read our article to find out!

Coronavirus in Czechia: Respirators in the Workplace, New Test Validity and Stricter Checks in Restaurants

The COVID-19 situation in the Czech Republic is slowly getting worse once again. In reaction, the Ministry of Health has come up with several new restrictions. These include the return of respirators in the workplace from 25 October, and the shortening of validity for both antigen and PCR tests, stricter checks of the O-N-T system in restaurants, and the end of free testing for non-vaccinated individuals from 1 November.

Buy Your Dream Home in Czechia with Our Property Sales Division Manager Marek Viktor

Expats often talk about the Czech Republic as their home away from home. But have you ever thought about buying or selling an apartment here? Whether you’re planning on settling here long-term or you’re looking for a safe investment, we can guide you through the world of Czech real estate. Our Property Sales Division Manager Marek has a lot of experience with assisting foreigners in buying and selling property. He’s ready to help you find your dream home!

Are You Pregnant? Telling Your Employer and Adapting Your Daily Routines at Work

For some women, announcing their pregnancy at work can be difficult or uncomfortable. There is no correct way to do it, but here are some ideas on how to increase your chances of getting a positive response (and ensuring a good return from your maternity leave).

Tips on Traveling from and to the Czech Republic in the Times of Coronavirus

Coming to the Czech Republic as a tourist? Or maybe as a new student? Due to the current coronavirus restrictions, which will probably stick around for a while, traveling abroad might be a bit more tricky than usual. However, you can still enjoy it as much as possible if you take care of some important matters first, such as filling out the Passenger Locator Form.

Fly on the Plane, Take the Bus, Hop on the Tram: Czech Public Transport System

Since the Czech Republic is located in the heart of Europe, it is often used as a transitory point, which is why it’s so easily accessible. The country’s inter-city connections and public transport system are excellent as well. But not all public city transport systems are alike! For example, did you know that Prague is the only Czech city with a metro? And have you heard of the unique night bus system operating in Brno? Read more in our article.