Other Useful Information
It seems that every night of the week in Prague there is a concert, show, exhibition, or free event to attend, especially in the warmer months. And at these events you will discover what a multi-national community of teachers, students, and travellers inhabit the city.
In addition to a gorgeous blend of Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque architecture, Prague is well known for its many parks. For free entertainment, stroll through Prague’s greenery (or snow!), or cross the picturesque bridges spanning the Vltava River.
Prague has a thorough and user-friendly public transport system, which includes a network of trams, buses, and subways. CLICK here to be directed to a helpful link on Prague’s transport system.
Just about any type of cuisine can be found in Prague’s many restaurants. For a detailed listing of specific types of restaurants, please see the link below.
It is not necessary to speak any Czech to live and teach in the Czech Republic. Most restaurants and shops have English-speaking staff, so communication should not be a problem. However, learning a few words of Czech can never hurt. We offer our teachers free Czech lessons.