When it comes to grabbing a bite to eat in Prague, you’ve got loads of options scattered across the city. Not sure what to choose? Let’s break down some of our best choices for you according to types of cuisines and atmosphere.
Whether you’re new to the city or decided along the way to stay here for good – there are several apps you may want to have at the tip of your fingertips to make living in Prague as an expat a whole lot easier.
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Prague, the heart of Europe, the heart beating for Start-ups? This article speaks about 12 start-ups in Prague. Read more about their successes and what are their plans for future.
The Honest guide will guide you around Prague. It is funny, smart and HONEST. Full of tips and tricks, stuffed with Czech culture and hidden spots. Explore Prague!
Have you heard of the theory of "Coconuts and peaches" types of nationalities? Click and read.
Prague is just an incredible place to live, and its low prices and business-friendly atmosphere make it a dream for finding and keeping talented developers.
This short video and article have been done for everybody who is looking for little push and reasons, why to change the life and move to the different country. Stop for a moment, watch this video and listen to his experience.
Learn more about this continent and what it has to offer. Step out from your comfort zone and give yourself a chance to experience a wonderful period of time in this charming part of the world.
Ashley is an American girl, living in Prague for few years already. In this interview, she shares some of her experience from the times when she was settling down in the Czech Republic. Ashley talks about accommodation, public transportation, doctors and much more.
Moving to another country is a big decision to make. It is even bigger when speaking about family because it is connected with a huge chunk of responsibility. Learn more about the educational system in the Czech Republic.