Life in Prague
The Czech Republic was ranked as the 6th safest country in the world according to the Global Peace Index 2017! It is safer than Switzerland, Canada or Norway.
Prague was ranked as the 26th best student city in the world and the 10th best in Europe according to the QS Best Student Cities 2017.
Prague was placed as #6 in the Green Cities Index which recognises cities in the world that are currently making large efforts to be sustainable by preserving ecological areas as well as those increasing man-made green locations.
Prague has a large and vibrant international community. Currently, there are well over 150,000 foreigners living in Prague and more than 20,000 of them are university students.
Prague is well known for affordable costs of living. You can live comfortably while studying here for around 400 Euros a month, which will be enough to cover your accommodation, food, and transportation, and you will still have enough left for nights out in the pubs too.
Prague’s public transportation is simply the best. It is reliable, cheap and it operates with day&night service. Our trams, buses and metro run every few minutes and you can travel all over the city.
Prague is a historical city with a lot of renaissance, gothic or baroque-styled monuments. And did you know that you can find here 50 theaters, 56 cinemas, 268 museums, 170 galleries, 135 music halls, and 577 clubs and bars?
Prague has a great location in the heart of Europe. You can travel to Vienna, Berlin or Budapest within one hour by plane or just a few hours by bus or train. But you can also visit local monuments and towns. Did you know that there are 12 places in the Czech Reublic, that are on the list of UNESCO?