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Life in Prague

Why live and work in Prague? – This question really is a no-brainer!

Prague offers fantastic employment opportunities, while the cost of living is really low. Not to mention all the other benefits of living in Prague:

  • Architecture and History – In Prague, historic buildings and monuments can be literally found at every turn. Some of them are simply must-sees.
  • Culture – Prague has a vibrant cultural life, and there is always something to do or to see, no matter what time of the year!
  • Nightlife – Prague is a city that never sleeps.
  • Food and Drinks – Traditional Czech cuisine and the world-famous Czech beer alone are worth it.
  • Sports and Nature – Prague is a green city, and its citizens are passionate about sports.
  • Transportation – Prague boasts a cheap, friendly, and safe public transport system.
  • Czech Countryside – Prague is the perfect point of departure for discovering the beauty of the Bohemian lands.
  • Travelling across Europe – Thanks to its geographic location, Prague is an excellent home base for making trips across Europe.
  • Security and Healthcare – Prague is a friendly and safe city. You'll have no difficulties communicating in English, and the locals will be happy to help if need be.
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“I love Prague! The public transportation is amazing, the food, architecture, sights and people are truly wonderful. So happy with my decision to come to Prague.”

Jessica Williams, USA – TEFL Teacher, Live TEFL Graduate

Prague is a Regional Center

Prague is the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic. It represents the political, economic, and cultural center of the country, and has an impact on the entire Central European region. Thanks to its cultural and historical heritage, it firmly ranks among the most important cities in Europe.

Photos from Prague                  

Prague - see photos of Prague, one of the oldest and most beautiful European cities.

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Prague in winter              

Prague in winter - the best place to be in winter

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Prague is a Commercial Center

Within the Czech Republic and, indeed, the greater Central European context, Prague is a regional labor market of key importance. A number of multinationals have established their regional headquarters in Prague. The interest of investors in Prague, coupled with the concomitant capacity growth particularly in the service sector, has opened up new job opportunities, including TEFL/TESOL jobs.

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“When I decided to move to Prague, I really had no idea what to expect. I was so surprised to find a breath taking city with a rich history and very modern conveniences. There is a high demand for Native English Speakers as teachers, but I was very much surprised how many people in Prague (especially in the service industry) speak English. There is a big Expat community here and lots of social events connected with them. Prague is centrally located in Europe and it is easy (and cheap) to hop on a bus or train and travel a couple hours to Germany, Austria, Poland and Slovakia. Also the cost of living is EXTREMELY cheap and I still make enough money to travel and save. Prague is a great place to visit, but an incredible place to live!!”

Bethany Scharnowske, USA – Teacher trainer, ESL Teacher

 

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