Confidence and Courage: Women’s Leadership Empowerment Conference is Coming on 8–10 March!

#ForeignersRecommends Ladies, when was the last time you felt truly confident? International Women’s Day is around the corner, so it’s time to think about how we can empower ourselves and other women to feel good, especially as expats living in a  foreign environment. Prague Training Academy proudly announces the second Women’s Leadership Empowerment Conference, taking place on 8–10 March 2023 in a hybrid format. Are you in?

Black Spots on the Wall: Beware of Mold to Save Your Health and Money

#LifeInCzechia It’s winter, which means we’re all in danger of getting mold. Us Czechs are used to heating and airing out every day to make sure our homes don’t get too damp. However, you as foreigners might not be as accustomed to this. In this article we’ll explain how to properly air out your rooms to avoid getting mold. We’ll also give you tips on how you get rid of it if you do find it.

Data Mailboxes Mandatory for All Self-Employed from 1 January 2023

#LatestNewsCzechia Are you self-employed? Then you should familiarise yourself with Data Mailboxes, because you will have it set up automatically from 1 January 2023. In this article, you’ll learn about what is a Data Mailbox, what are the advantages and benefits of owning one, and who is obligated to use it.

Advent Wreaths, Midnight Mass, and Who the Heck is Ježíšek? Czech Christmas Explained

#LifeInCzechia Christmas is upon us and even though the majority of Czechs is irreligious and doesn’t go to church, we sure do love our Christmas traditions. In this article you’ll learn about how we celebrate Advent, get some tips on where to attend Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve in your city, and finally find out who is Ježíšek and how can a small baby deliver all these presents anyway?

Rights and Rules of EU Citizens Living in Czechia

#LifeInCzechia Are you a citizen of the European Union living in the Czech Republic? Or perhaps you’re only just considering moving here? Although it may seem like you don’t need to worry about too much, there are some rights and rules you should know about if you want to live in Czechia. From employment to elections, we’ve summed it all up for you below.

A Step-by-step Guide to Finding Accommodation in Czechia with Foreigners

#LifeInCzechia Are you moving to the Czech Republic? Are you feeling lost and unsure about how to find the perfect accommodation for you and your family? We are here to help you and guide you to make the process as fast and easy as possible, so you can feel at home in Czechia. Follow this easy guide and get ready to move in!

Moving to Czechia: Types of Apartments Foreigners Should Avoid

#LifeinCzechia Moving to a different country can be stressful in itself. However, there are certain types of apartments that might complicate the process of moving even further. The main reason is that with particular apartments, it might be challenging to get the owner’s signature that you need to get approved at the MOI office. In this article, we will tell you which spaces to avoid as a third-country citizen. 

Europe’s Energy Crisis: Why Is Your Electricity Bill Increasing?

#LatestNewsCzechia Did your energy provider increase your monthly utility deposits? That’s probably because of the energy crisis looming over Europe. Due to the war in Ukraine and the subsequent sanctions placed on Russia, the price of electricity has been going up. In this article, we will explain the reasons and what you can do about it. 

What to See in Theatres in Prague and Brno this Upcoming Fall?

#LifeInCzechia Are you intrigued by ballet, opera or drama? We have great news. The National Theatre offers many expat-friendly performances this upcoming fall. With one ticket, you will buy not only brilliant art, but also the warm feeling that the music will create in your heart. So let’s dive right into the fall programmes and let ourselves go to the rhythm of music!

Tips for Trips: Welcome to National Museum Prague

#LifeInCzechia If you arrive at Prague main train station and walk 5 minutes through Wenceslas Square, the National Museum will welcome you with its monumental building. This institution has eye-opening exhibitions. If you decide to visit it, you will be surrounded by knowledge from past to present in its authentic interior. So let’s dive right into this well of knowledge!