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Experience in Prague, Czech Republic, by Tobias

Published by Tobias Le — 3 years ago

0 Tags: Erasmus experiences Prague, Prague, Czech Republic

What is it like to live in Prague? Would you recommend it? What is the city like?

I would recommend it fully. While the people need some getting used to, eventually one enjoys his stay here and utilizes numerous aspects of living in Prague.


What is the student lifestyle like in Prague?

There are a lot of places students can meet, such as pubs and clubs.


How much does it cost to live in Prague?

In comparison to other European capitals, Prague is very affordable. Universities often aid students' expenses aswell.

Is it difficult to find accommodation in Prague? Is there any advice you can give?

Accommodation is relatively easy to find, if you are not insistent on living in the city centre.

What is the food like? What are your favourite dishes?

Food is very diverse. Everyone can find something for themselves. Though there are not many healthy choices of fast foods, one can always meal prep for themselves.

What places would you recommend visiting in Prague?

Mainly the historical city centre. Many buildings and bridges stand here for hundreds of years and remain the pride of the Czech.



Is it good to eat out in Prague? Can you tell us your favourite spots?

Eating out is great in Prague. No matter the price range, anyone can find something good.

Is the nightlife good in Prague? Where is good to go?

There are many clubs in Prague. Also two of them are in the top 100 clubs in the world: Retro music club and Roxy.

What advice would you give future students heading to Prague?

People are very liberal and may come off rude at first. Just give it time.

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