Vocabulary in Restaurant
Friday, 18 September 2009 09:55
“Dobrou Chuť“ is what Czechs say to each other before they begin a meal. It means “Bon apetit“

The main course usually consists of meat and a side dish .The most popular meat in Czech republic is pork and chicken followed by beef and dug. The fish is not so common, because there isn´t any sea access. But there is one typical fish,which is served on Christmas Eve together with potato salad. This fish is called carp. The important part of the dish is a soup. Typical Czech soups are...

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Emergency & Contacts
Friday, 18 September 2009 14:41
First Aid

112 – General Emergency Number

112 is the general emergency line throughout the European Union (similar to 911 in the U.S.) It should be used for large-scale emergencies, especially for those who don’t speak Czech – operators will speak English and German as well as Czech. The number can be dialed from any phone, and the call is free. The call is also traced with Caller ID – even mobile phones can be located within a 200 meter radius. The number can be used for urgent...

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Visa and Insurance
Monday, 07 December 2009 01:24
All students from NON EU/EEA countries coming to the Czech Republic need a student visa. You must obtain this visa before your arrival to the Czech Republic!

Map of Czech Missions Abroad 
addresses, opening hours, fees, visa requirements and documents 

Since visas are issued only by the Czech Embassies abroad, an applicant must wait until his/her application is successfully processed.

It is not allowed to travel to The Czech Republic without proper visa. 

The requested...

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The Czech Republic
Friday, 18 September 2009 10:46
Geographical information:Location: landlocked country, situated in the Central Europe,50th parallelNeighbors: Germany, Austria, Poland, SlovakiaArea: 78,864 km2.Language: CzechPopulation: 10,3 million (93% Czech, 3% Slovaks, others)Capital city: Prague (Praha), 1,3mil inhabitantsEstablishment of Czech Republic: 1.1.1993 (separation from Slovakia)Membership: EU(2004), NATO, WTO, OECDState structure: historically divided into three lands: Bohemia, Moravia, Silesia administratively divided...

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