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 […]
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 […]
Amendment to the act on Asylum in the Czech Republic is the 46th amendment of the Immigration law since 1999 when new immigration legislation has been adopted. The amendment has been signed by the President of the Czech Republic on 24th November 2015 and came into force on 18th December 2015. Even though it is […]
When you first come up with an idea to move to Prague, the second thought is to find the best place to live here. You need to consider what’s most important for you. Clubs and pubs around or quiet surrounding? Touristic and crowded Old Town or more trendy Žižkov? Low budget or no money limits? Here […]
The International School of Brno is an institution that provides students from kindergarten to grade 10 (and soon 11th and 12th) from all over the world with the education and skills to be committed, lifelong, and successful learners. We stopped by ISB for an exclusive tour and an interview with the General Coordinator. Check out what ISB offers students, the community, and what we talked about during our interview.