Do you know which self-defense training style has roots in Czechoslovakia? Expat Hub got the chance to talk with Mike…View More Krav Maga in Prague: Learn the Czechoslovak self-defense discipline
Looking for some fun Halloween events in Prague 2019? Prague has plenty to do during the most harrowing month in…View More Halloween events in Prague 2019
Thanksgiving is just around the corner (at least, if you are American… Canadian Thanksgivng was a bit earlier, on 14 October of this year) and as it kicks off the holiday season, Thanksgiving can also be a reminder for American and Canadian expats that they are far from home.View More Thanksgiving in Prague: Being Thankful While Abroad
It is not a question that studying in Prague is desirable by many young people and their parents. High-quality education, safety, and relatively low costs made Prague one of the most popular destinations to pursue a degree for foreign students.View More Student life in Prague from the firsthand
After a year and a half living and studying in Prague, Japanese student Karen Kanazawa fall in love with the city, made friends, and got her Bachelor diploma. We decided to ask Karen several questions about her experience relocating and adapting to Prague. If you consider moving to Prague, this seven min read is for you!View More Living in Prague: Beauty over Convenience
Co-working spaces are popping up all over Prague. Which one should you join?View More Find Your Co-Working Space in Prague
Spend the day hiking, biking, picnicking, or relaxing by the pool, but still minutes from the tram system. Welcome to Prague’s Divoká Šárka!View More Divoká Šárka: Prague’s Closest National Park
Letná Park is the hottest spot in Prague for the hottest days of summer.View More Kick off Summer: Letná Park
For newcomers to Prague, good news is on the horizon: veganism and environmental activism are gaining momentum worldwide and local businesses have responded with more lifestyle varieties.View More Prague is a vegan -friendly city! Who knew?
Find your inspiration at a locally-run gallery or explore the grassroots swaps and online moving sales within your community.View More Breaking Up With Ikea. Alternative Places to Buy Furniture in Prague.