More and more foreigners are moving to the Czech Republic to work or study, and Prague is one of the top destinations in the world. Given that, some changes have been made in the city regarding its services to expats, including bureaucratic processes.
Moving to other country is always full of challenges, especially when it comes to the “flat for rent hunting”. Here are some useful tips for everyone who is looking for a place to live in the Czech Republic. They are based on our own experience with relocation of thousands of people, that’s why these tips are likely to make the process of seeking go smoothly.
So, you found a place to stay, took the first tour to know the city, and met a lot of new friends in one of our MeetUps. Maybe now you are willing to explore Prague a little more, but sometimes it can be a bit of a challenge to orient yourself in its cultural life. As always, we’re here to help, check this article full of artistic information!
“You have to go beyond your limits because it pulls you forward,” Helena Hermanová says, a teacher of drawing lessons in Ateliér pro kočku. She leads her students to get better. Now you have a chance to join the class. With the support of Foreigners Brno, the atelier is opening an English course for adults.