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Czech Republic - Prague

Post Posted: Mon Aug 09, 2004 11:58 pm

Lived here now for 5 years. Totally enjoying the experience and will happily share any views with others who may be moving here.


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Re: Czech Republic - Prague

Post Posted: Sat Aug 14, 2004 6:52 pm

Thanks for your kind offer and a warm welcome to Expat Focus!

BTW, have been thinking of a weekend in Prague...what's the weather like this time of year? Is there still time to enjoy the city in comfort?

Cheers,

Jamie


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Re: Czech Republic - Prague

Post Posted: Sun Aug 15, 2004 12:13 am

It is a beautiful city during all the four seasons. This time of year is quite busy with tourists from all around the world. Unfortunately this summer has been a bit unpredictable, hot and sunny but also quite a bit of rain. In my humble opinion there is never a bad time to visit here. If you make your visit I hope you have a great time.


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Re: Czech Republic - Prague

Post Posted: Sun Aug 15, 2004 12:53 am

Many thanks!

Jamie


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Re: Czech Republic - Prague

Post Posted: Sat Nov 12, 2005 12:06 am

hi
i m pursuing masters degree in software engineerin ..i want to move to czech republic after my course ends in july 2007..can anyone help me out for the temprory settlement ove there
kind regards
abhishek


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Re: Czech Republic - Prague

Post Posted: Mon Nov 14, 2005 11:33 pm

- abhishek

hi
i m pursuing masters degree in software engineerin ..i want to move to czech republic after my course ends in july 2007..can anyone help me out for the temprory settlement ove there
kind regards
abhishek



Without an european passport your chances to settle in czech republic (or any other eu country) are next to nil. Don't forget the unemployment is pretty high and almost everywhere in E.U. there a lots of local qualified candidates. Sorry if I shattered your dreams but this is the naked truth.
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Re: Czech Republic - Prague

Post Posted: Fri Jan 26, 2007 2:40 pm

Hi there,
I spent 5 years in CZ. Prague is a beautiful city with very good beer but the people and the food are NOT nice at all, no body speak foreign languages. The Czech people do not like foreigners. Every foreigner that comes to this city, is fascinate with the city but if you see the same person in a few months he will not be too impressed any more. Any way, good luck with your plans. Right now I am in Romania, working in Bucharest and let me tell you are a huge difference regarding people: everybody speaks English and every body is real helpful. Its true that the city here is not as nice is Prague but I really feel good here. The Romanian girls are the most beautiful I ever seen and the night life is real great.

 

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