25 Reasons Why Living In Prague Is Not A Bad Idea

Posted by , Updated on May 26, 2016

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How would you like to live in Prague? With more than 6.5 million international tourists received every year, Prague is one of the most popular and visited cities in Europe. Czech Republic’s capital is a top-notch tourist destination known for all sorts of historical monuments, splendid architecture and a fun atmosphere. There is a good chance that you have stumbled upon an article detailing reasons why Prague should be your next travel destination or detailing tourist attractions you should not miss once there. However, today we are going to take a look at this amazing city from another perspective: With you living in Prague. These days, millions of people all over the world have been on the move, settling down and living in foreign countries and cities. If you are one of those who enjoy moving about (possibly to another country) you owe it to yourself to give Prague a look-over with these 25 Reasons Why Living In Prague Is Not A Bad Idea.

Prague might not be able to offer you sandy beaches nor all-year-round sunny climate, but if you fancy living in a vibrant, safe and highly entertaining metropolis boasting incredible cultural heritage as well as a busy nightlife, world class beer, wide choice of sport activities etc., Prague is definitely a great option. So, will this exotic city be your next home? Keep reading to find out.


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Safety

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Compared to other major cities from around the world, Prague has a very low level of crime. While pick-pocketing might be an issue in the most-touristy areas, violent crimes such as armed robberies and physical assaults are very rare in the city. Moreover, there are hundreds of policemen patrolling throughout Prague 24/7.

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Location

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Prague lies right in the heart of Europe, which makes it a major international hub for all types of transport. Just hop on a plane and you can be in other European metropolises such as Paris, Berlin, London or Rome in no time. If you fear flying, you can get to almost anywhere in Europe via a comfortable train ride.

23

Beer

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Czech Republic is known as the “Beer Nation”. We love talking about beer, making beer but mostly – drinking beer. In fact, the Czech Republic has by far the highest beer consumption per capita in the world. Premium quality beer of all types can be bought all over the country – including Prague – and the prices will make your wallet smiling. If you avoid the overpriced touristy areas, you can have a great tap beer for just 1 dollar (or 1 Euro).

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Shopping

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Apart from renowned tourist attractions, Prague is also brimming with thousands of shops. From gigantic shopping malls such Palladium and Chodov to antique shops, jewelries, street markets, specialty shops and even the most luxury boutiques, the city has something for everyone.

21

Architecture

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If you are an architecture fan, Prague will be like a dream come true. From Romanesque chapels and majestic gothic cathedrals to baroque palaces, Art Nouveau and cubist buildings, Prague has an incredible mixture of many architectural styles.



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