Voting from Prague takes only a few minutes for Americans. Find out how to request and mail your ballot before the August 1st deadline.View More Americans Voting From Prague: Steps for Absentee Voting
Alcotourism has taken Prague hostage in recent years, but big changes could be on the horizon. How can a city steeped in beer-related history find its way out of the trap of cheap tourism antics? Continue reading to learn about the benefits of cultural tourism.View More Alcotourism: How to Save Cultural Integrity of Prague
Renting and buying in a foreign country can be difficult. Discover the meaning behind advertising codes, and tips for making the best decisions during your move.View More What is a +kk? How to Navigate Housing Market in Prague
If you have noticed an increase in luxury flats available for short-term rent on Facebook, you aren’t alone. AirBnb hosts are scrambling to fill empty flats as tourism abruptly ended in March and the borders will remain closed until at least June. Could COVID-19 finally put much needed restraints on the short-term rental economy?View More Short-Term Rentals Are in Crisis, But Should They Recover?
Celebrating Christmas in the Czech Republic? You might be curious to learn about some of the unusual Czech Christmas traditions and superstitions! Czechs still do some stuff around the Christmas time to entertain, bring mystery to the Holy Night, and keep the traditions alive. Let’s take a look at five Czech Christmas traditions that might seem a little bit bizarre to a foreigner.View More 5 Czech Christmas Traditions That Will Amaze You
In this article, you will find out what are the essential dishes for a Czech Christmas Eve table. Learn new recipes that will enrich your festive menu with Czech traditional Christmas cuisine!View More Traditional Czech Christmas table done right!
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
Burčák season is underway, find out what makes this wine special and why it’s only available for a limited time.View More Let’s have some wine? The Burčák is Coming
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 in Prague