#LifeInCzechia Public transport is cheap, environment friendly, and efficient… But there is nothing like the freedom of just driving your car directly to your destination. Plus, a car is a necessity in secluded areas, for families with children, and for overall comfort. It can also help you get a job! What do you need to do to obtain one? Find out in our article!
#LifeInCzechia Have you ever been on holiday and fallen instantly in love with the place? We get it! Other countries offer exciting new places to explore, the prospect of a unique and sometimes more relaxed lifestyle and of course, the chance to experience a different culture. That said, actually moving abroad full time is a different ball game. It is so much more than just an extended holiday; it’s about embracing and living a completely new lifestyle.
#LifeInCzechia Have you ever heard of the so-called “block cleaning”? Maybe you’ve seen the road signs saying “čištění komunikací” with a date underneath on your street before but you didn’t quite know what they meant or what you should do. Maybe you even got your car towed because you didn’t act in time. Fear not, we’re here to explain everything.
Halloween is probably one of the most mysterious and scary holidays in the world. Do you celebrate it in your country? Do you know that in the Czech Republic we have a different holiday similar to Halloween? We would like to tell you more about the history of this Czech holiday that falls on November 2 and share some suggestions on how you could enjoy Halloween vibes during this unusual coronavirus time.
Any big plans for the weekend? Or you have to stay in quarantine because you have met someone who was tested positive for coronavirus? We have several tips for you on how to spend this time in a cheerful mood and stay healthy despite being sort of locked home for working remotely or studying online.
One of the first things you need to figure out when you arrive in a foreign country is public transport (in case you don’t plan to drive a car each time!). Every country has its own system and sometimes even in the very same country it could differ distinctly in the specific towns. In this article you have a chance to discover some interesting facts about Brno public transport system.
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?
Reading books in Czech Republic seems like kind of national characteristic. When you are in Prague, you can easily notice that people are reading books just everywhere – especially in public transport and while waiting. No matter how crowded the tram/metro/bus is, no matter whether they have some place to sit or have to stand up […]
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 […]
Food, drinks, religion, location… What should you know before entering into our amazing Czech community? Here you can learn some basics about this – here important – Central (not Eastern!) European country. Eastern Europe? Not anymore… For some European countries, especially those from the West Europe, Czech Republic is still considered Eastern European country, […]