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Landlocked in Central Europe, Czech Republic is a member of the European Union. It attracts expatriates in large numbers due to its modernity, its high income economy, as well as its high living standards.

With a rich history, Czech Republic is deemed to be one of Europe's most stable countries after the fall of the Berlin wall. It offers quality living to expatriates who wish to settle and work here.

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If you are planning to settle in the Czech Republic, finding accommodation will probably be one of your main priorities. It can be quite complicated at first, especially if you are not yet in the country. As you are not familiar with the local real estate market, a real estate specialist may help you in finding the ideal housing unit and tackle relating formalities. But you can still look for accommodation on your own if you commit to a little bit of research. 

As a city rich in history and known for its vibrant nightlife, Prague is a popular tourist destination. And this means two things: first, you will have a wide choice of accommodation; second, rent in the capital city will be much more expensive than in the rest of the country. 

Located in Central Europe, the Czech Republic is very welcoming towards expatriates. In fact, in February 2018, the Czech Foreign Ministry have announced that they would increase the number of foreign work permits issued annually to accommodate the demand for international expertise. Indeed, thanks to the country's dynamically developing economy, there are quite a few professional opportunities for expats to explore.

Like most European capital cities, Prague offers plenty of interesting opportunities for expats to explore. From a diverse culture to a dynamically developing economy, the Czech Republic’s bustling capital can be a great destination to further your career.

The Czech Republic may not be the first country that comes to mind when you think of an economic powerhouse. However, the country boasts a rapidly developing economy and provides fruitful ground for small businesses in various fields thanks to the relatively low cost of labour, rent, and a favourable tax environment compared to most other countries in Europe. 

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