Prague Culture Shock - Introduction
A 12-part guide to the subtle - and not-so-subtle - nuances that make the Czech capital a more memorable experience
Trying not to freak out before you get a chance to taste the fabled beer of this country, you calm yourself by repeating "It's only two weeks" and look forward to the promised breakfast that your accommodation provides.
However, upon first sight, you see not eggs, bacon, orange juice, and Wonder Bread toast, but a bunch of pink meat spread out on a platter, warm cheese, bottles of sparkling water, and thick slices of brown-gray bread.
Hmmm, you may think. I guess it really is different here. Well, you’re not wrong. Here are some things to know before you fully inject yourself with Prague...
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Czechs & Slovaks are celebrating the establishment of the Independent State
Czech remedies for an early cold season by Emily Prucha - Prague.TV (Foto: czechtourism.com)
Weathering the sniffles and keeping fit as temperatures drop
Prague has best quality of life in the Czech Republic by Raymond Johnston - Prague.TV (Foto: prague.eu)
Study shows that the country overall lags behind Northern Europe
Getting Married in Prague by Olena Kagui - Prague.TV (Foto: czechtourism.com)
Everything you need to know about tying the knot in the heart of Europe
Prague’s Lost and Found by Olena Kagui - Prague.TV (Foto: Praha.eu)
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More foreigners may vote in local Czech elections by Raymond Johnston - Prague.TV
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Registering at the Foreign Police by Olena Kagui - Prague.TV
The entire registration process can take as little as 15 minutes and it is nothing to worry about
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A beginner's guide to finding an apartment in the Czech capital
Health insurance options in Prague by Gabrielle George - Prague.TV
Health insurance procedures are easier than you might think
Czech Republic named sixth most peaceful country by Raymond Johnston - Prague.TV (Foto: czechtourism.com)
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