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Health Care in Czech Republic

Language To help you dive into the social life in Czechia you should learn at least the basics of the official language in Czech Republic, which is Czech. This is a Slavonic language like Slovak, Polish, Serbian, Russian, Croatian and Bulgarian. Although the alphabet used is the Latin one, they use lots of diacritical marks (accents), making one letter for one sound — and their marks can change the meaning and pronunciation of words. You will find that in Prague many people do speak English, and German, but not in country districts. However, the Czechs do seem to be both kind and...

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Moving to Czech Republic from the UK

Language To help you dive into the social life in Czechia you should learn at least the basics of the official language in Czech Republic, which is Czech. This is a Slavonic language like Slovak, Polish, Serbian, Russian, Croatian and Bulgarian. Although the alphabet used is the Latin one, they use lots of diacritical marks (accents), making one letter for one sound — and their marks can change the meaning and pronunciation of words. You will find that in Prague many people do speak English, and German, but not in country districts. However, the Czechs do seem to be both kind and...

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Relocating to Czech Republic

Language To help you dive into the social life in Czechia you should learn at least the basics of the official language in Czech Republic, which is Czech. This is a Slavonic language like Slovak, Polish, Serbian, Russian, Croatian and Bulgarian. Although the alphabet used is the Latin one, they use lots of diacritical marks (accents), making one letter for one sound — and their marks can change the meaning and pronunciation of words. You will find that in Prague many people do speak English, and German, but not in country districts. However, the Czechs do seem to be both kind and...

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Driving in Czech Republic

Language To help you dive into the social life in Czechia you should learn at least the basics of the official language in Czech Republic, which is Czech. This is a Slavonic language like Slovak, Polish, Serbian, Russian, Croatian and Bulgarian. Although the alphabet used is the Latin one, they use lots of diacritical marks (accents), making one letter for one sound — and their marks can change the meaning and pronunciation of words. You will find that in Prague many people do speak English, and German, but not in country districts. However, the Czechs do seem to be both kind and...

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Social Life in Czechia

Public Transport in Czech Republic Prague has one of the best public transportation systems in Europe. So you’ll find yourself using public transport more often than driving in Czech Republic. In Prague the main operator is the DPP which operates the metro, trams, buses, the funicular railway and the chairlift at the zoo. The transport is efficient, frequent, clean and safe. It is also logical with a clear signing system and onboard displays — very reassuring for the traveller new to the area. They are also not too expansive, yet. While the trams tend to serve the inner city...

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Living in Czech Republic

Public Transport in Czech Republic Prague has one of the best public transportation systems in Europe. So you’ll find yourself using public transport more often than driving in Czech Republic. In Prague the main operator is the DPP which operates the metro, trams, buses, the funicular railway and the chairlift at the zoo. The transport is efficient, frequent, clean and safe. It is also logical with a clear signing system and onboard displays — very reassuring for the traveller new to the area. They are also not too expansive, yet. While the trams tend to serve the inner city...

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Moving to Czech Republic

Public Transport in Czech Republic Prague has one of the best public transportation systems in Europe. So you’ll find yourself using public transport more often than driving in Czech Republic. In Prague the main operator is the DPP which operates the metro, trams, buses, the funicular railway and the chairlift at the zoo. The transport is efficient, frequent, clean and safe. It is also logical with a clear signing system and onboard displays — very reassuring for the traveller new to the area. They are also not too expansive, yet. While the trams tend to serve the inner city...

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