January and February are the months of dance. The ball season in the Czech Republic is just starting. Now, you can sign up for classes of Standard and Latin ballroom dances for the first time through Foreigners Brno.
Being a Foreigner in the Czech Republic
So what is life like for an expat in the Czech Republic, when you don’t know a single Czech word? What to expect from the locals? Will they be staring at you, cause you completely stand out of the locals crowd? We’re here to answer all your questions! Concern #1 I’m afraid I’ll be forever […]
How to Adapt in a New Country
September is the month of the new arrivals. International students and young professionals arrive to the Czech Republic eager to find their new home in the middle of Europe. According to the statistics, most of them will stay for at least 1 year, although, some may move to CZ permanently. Let’s speak more about what […]
Taxi services in Prague
Taking a taxi in Prague maybe is the easiest but for sure not the cheapest way to getting around the city. Especially when you are foreigner who has already arrived to Prague. But there are also some alternatives to use, like Liftago or Uber. Have a look what Prague is offering despite of almost perfect […]
Conquering the Immigration Office (non-EU)
We all know what government agencies are like. They’re slow, confusing, and impossible to navigate. Now, combine that with not being able to read the signs in the building, and you’ve got a recipe for disaster. In this article, you will find everything you need to help you navigate the immigration office for whatever business you have there.
How is to live in Prague for a French Expat?
Cost of living, tips, advices, point of view and Czech language, everything about a French expat’s personnal experience in Prague !
American Expat in Brno
Stories and tips from an American expat living in Brno, Czech Republic