Being a newbie in any city can be quite a challenge but it is easier to start your new life as an expat if you also get to meet new people and even more importantly, create friendships. Here we are offering you some tips on where to find new friends:
Prague is a great city to live in, and one of its main potentials is that it’s perfectly located in central Europe, which makes it easy to visit other countries, such as Germany, Austria or Poland.
In a previous article, we thoroughly described the application process to get a Digital Nomad Visa in the Czech Republic. Although this visa can be used to live anywhere in the country, most foreigners choose to be based in Prague. No wonder – there are many reasons why you’ll want to live in Prague as a digital nomad. Find them out here!
Moving to a new city can be overwhelming, and not knowing how much you’ll need to spend on essential services, such as housing or food, can cause concern. But worry not! We’ve put together a comprehensive guide of some of the most common expenses you’ll have to incur when moving to Prague.
Becoming expat can be a big challenge. Even if you have a guarantee of employment waiting for you, it is no less stressful. However, being an expat and a freelancer adds another layer of uncertainty. Imagine there is no company, support network of future colleagues or stable income waiting for you. But, despite all of that, you are 100% certain that freelancing is what you want to do. On top of that, you want to relocate and do it in another country, a very brave move indeed. It would be a wise idea to quickly integrate yourself to keep the momentum of your business. But how exactly do you introduce yourself as a freelancer in your new surroundings?