Learning a language as an adult is a different challenge than it was when you were younger.View More Jumping the First Language Hurdles
I lived two years in a dormitory and I often refer to it as my “cultural boot camp” because I…View More Prague’s Dormitory: Holey Sheet
Burčák season is underway, find out what makes this wine special and why it’s only available for a limited time.View More The Burčák is Coming
It may come as a surprise to many that the beginning of World War I has roots in Czech Republic,…View More Konopiště and The Start of World War I
Czech Republic’s naming process is steeped in tradition and cultural influence. Names carry a long, historical significance and are chosen with great care by parents. The use of academic titles in everyday life and the celebration of name days can come as a surprise to new expats, and the exclusion of middle names and patronymics can be a bureaucratic nightmare. Some names may be familiar, but others, such as Jíři, are unique to the region.View More What’s in a Name? Discover Czech Republic’s Naming Traditions
Despite being the most atheist city in Europe, religious expats have many option when it comes to practicing their religion in Prague.View More Practicing Your Religion While Abroad
Expats have plenty of reasons for learning Czech. Although learning a new language can be daunting, it is highly recommended to learn at least the basics for communicating your needs and wants in daily life.View More So You Need to Learn Czech?
Find out why Prague’s transportation network is so highly ranked, you won’t even miss your car!View More Leave the Car at Home: Prague’s Public Transportation