Czech Republic ranks among the friendliest countries for Brits in Europe
Brits have always come to Europe for working and traveling
One thing, however, has never been in question: Brits have always come to Europe for working and traveling.
The Czech Republic ranks among the friendliest countries for Brits in Europe. The data for the study has been compiled by Ampilot's in-house team of researchers and writers. Ampilot is a renowned stag-do and hen-party organizer Europe-wide, with an experience of over 14 years.
The research rates the top countries in Europe for a British citizen planning to move abroad. Ampilot's team has ranked the countries by the following criteria: total number of British expats living the country; percentage of British expats per 1.000 people; friendliness towards foreigners; the level of English proficiency.
For a full report see the study ranking the most and less welcoming countries for Brits in Europe.
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