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!

Czech Language 101: The Words You Will Learn as Quick as a Flash

#LifeInCzechia Are you moving to Czechia soon and don’t know Czech language? English is mostly spoken only by younger Czechs, but if you know at least some words , it will definitely make your life easier. We have good news! When you first arrive in Czechia, you will be exposed to some Czech words naturally and you’ll never forget them! So let me tell you the words that I learned impulsively and let’s discover Czech basics together!

Unbe-leaf-able Greens: Have You Been to Brno’s Vegetable Market?

#LifeInCzechia We’re in the middle of summer, which means our gardens, orchards, and greenhouses are filled with this year’s bounty of produce, including berries, pit fruits and veggies such as tomatoes and cucumbers. Meadow flowers are also in season. You can find all of this (and more) in one magical spot in Brno – the Vegetable Market in the city centre.

ESN & ISIC: Associations That Will Make Your Student Life in Czechia Easier

#LifeInCzechia There are many advantages to being a student in the Czech Republic. The ESN and the ISIC organisations are here for you to make your student life easier in the Czech Republic. They provide many services: the buddy system, events, discounts and so much more… Whether you are an exchange student or a full-time student, their services will speed up your adaptation period! So let’s get into it.

The Old and the New: Explore 3 Jewels of Prague’s Architecture

#LifeInCzechia Living in Czechia and interested in architecture? Have some free time and want to explore the capital? We have some tips for you! Most tourists cling to the old historical buildings, but let me encourage you to take a fresh look at the city. Prague has a unique harmony of old and new. So let’s look at Prague through a different perspective and explore some of its architectural jewels!

Getting Hitched in Czechia? Here’s the Scoop on International Marriage

#LifeInCzechia Many foreigners living in Czechia end up falling in love with Czech citizens. And many of those couples end up getting married. But having an international wedding in Czechia isn’t quite as easy as it may seem. In fact, you might (not) be surprised to learn how much bureaucracy is involved in the process. Here are some of the basics you should know if you’re planning on getting hitched to your Czech sweetheart.

Public Transportation in Prague: How to Use it, Where to Get Tickets and More

#LifeInCzechia Just arrived in Prague? Forget about using cars! Prague’s public transportation system is ready to take you wherever you want to go. You have many options. There’s metro, buses, trolleybuses, trams… Even if you want a time travel journey you can take the nostalgic lines. So before you start your journey in Prague let me give you all the info you’ll need.

All You Need to Know About the Mandatory Adaptation and Integration Course

#LifeInCzechia Are you a third-country citizen who’s new to the Czech Republic? Have you been granted a long-term residence permit or a permanent residence permit? There’s a high probability that you have to attend the Adaptation and Integration Course “Welcome to the Czech Republic”. The Ministry of the Interior has established this obligation for specific groups of third-country citizens who got their residence permits after 1 January 2021. Here are the details.