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As the Czech Republic's capital, Prague is also the country's biggest city. Located in the Northwest of the country, it displays the lowest unemployment rate in the European Union.

Being a mix of history and modernism, Prague is deemed to be an attraction site on its own. By choosing to move there, you will enjoy all the top infrastructure of major international capital cities such as schools and transports.

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Relocation will be an important part of your expatriation project to the Czech Republic. Here are some guidelines to help you.

If you are planning to settle in the Czech Republic, you might be wondering whether your pet can accompany you. Pets, including dogs, cats and ferrets, are quite welcome in the country, provided they are transported into the country in compliance with all the regulations. Make sure to inquire about these with competent authorities beforehand.

Located in Central Europe, the Czech Republic has a comprehensive transport network including buses, trains, tramway, among others. Wherever you have settled, travelling could not be made easier. For short distance, you can also hire a taxi while long distances are covered by trains, buses and domestic flights. In all cases, choose the one which best suits your needs.

On moving to the Czech Republic, you will definitely have to access to telecommunications, whether for work, research or keeping in touch with your dear ones. The country hosts a developed telecommunications network involving several service providers. You can thus easily obtain a landline, mobile or Internet subscription. As offers are quite attractive, make sure to choose the one which best suits your needs and budget.

Once you have settled in the Czech Republic, you will probably have to open a bank account, whether you are working or studying. In general, relating formalities are quite simple. Moreover, you can choose from several banks, which provide a wide range of services and facilities to their customers.

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The Escape Artist

4 years ago

Artist. Wannabe Photographer. Aspiring Globetrotter. New to the expat life here in Prague and trying to travel and photograph as much as I can. Along the way, hoping to share tidbits about art, backpacking, TEFL, and expat life.

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Adventures of a trailing spouse, more Bridget Jones, than Jane Austen - a little chuckle to yourself blog on my antics in foreign lands.


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