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Moving to Prague

Prague is an increasingly diverse and cosmopolitan city, with a healthy population of expats and a steady stream of tourists from all over the world.

Prague is a picturesque and historic city, known for its baroque buildings. It is home to around 1.4million people, and spans around 500 square kilometres. 

For a capital city, Prague is incredibly manageable and easy to get around. The city has a very uncomplicated and easy-to-use Metro consisting of only three lines. There are also trams and buses that allow you to connect to anywhere in the city.

It is also a very pedestrian-friendly city, and walking can be a great way to discover the sights.

Relocating your family to any new country can be challenging in many ways. However, we are proud of our friendly and welcoming Community who will instantly make you feel at home! 

What do our families, students and staff think of Prague?

Life in Prague is as charming as the city itself. Although it was a tough start primarily due to language & cultural differences, after a while it was easy to make friends and blend in with locals. The school plays a pivotal role in making this happen. So, choose your school wisely. We’re glad we did! Sharmila, parent
I've been living in Prague for more than twelve years now, and am currently in my eleventh year at this school. Prague's great, I really enjoy it here. It's a beautiful city and I like my area. I attend Czech art and music clubs outside school, but there's also stuff for expats who can't speak Czech. I also attend an English-speaking Youth Theatre and, as well as school, it helps me connect with the international community. Danya, student
Prague allows one access to a vibrant and rich Czech culture whilst still being a truly international (and beautiful) European city. This makes both working and living here with a family a joy. Stephen, teacher