Expat Hub: Learn about every aspect of living in Prague
If you consider moving to one of the most beautiful and convenient cities in Europe – Prague, you should definitely prepare for relocation and learn what life in Prague is actually like. Knowledge can become one of your main assets that will make your relocation and adaptation process smooth and comfortable.
There is a lot of information online. However, you will have to really dig in to find the relevant and truly useful content.
On the Expat Hub website, you can find numerous articles that showcase different aspects of living in Prague. Every week we publish new article pieces with unique information that can’t be found in any other source. For your convenience, all the articles are sorted into five different sections: Lifestyle, Leisure, Culture, Professional Life, and Student Life.
Frequently, Expat Hub publishes articles about local businesses. In these articles, readers can learn not only about the products and services offered but also about the ideology of the company and the story of how it was established told right by the founders.
“The main mission of Expat Hub is to help expats to relocate and adapt to a new city – Prague- by connecting them with local businesses. We believe in the importance of supporting local businesses by purchasing services from them instead of multinational corporations. This will not only help the local community to grow and develop but also expats to integrate with the local culture and society,” explains Marina Panko, the Founder of the Expat Hub project.
To make our content more diverse, we encourage expats to share their own experience of relocating or living in Prague on the Expat Hub website. Everyone is welcome to send us articles on firstname.lastname@example.org for a chance to get published.
Expat Hub is not just a website, it is a community of friends with similar worldviews and beliefs. That is why it’s important for us to meet and catch up on each other’s lives every Friday. Join us on Facebook to get announcements about our next meetings organized together with our partners Foreigners.cz. We know life in a new city can be pretty lonely so come and meet up with us next Friday!
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