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edited April 2009 in Expat Advice
Hello, I live outside of Brno and love it. It is not overrun with tourists like Prague. It is also in S. Moravia, wine country! The areas around here and down to the border of Austria are beautiful, pastorial. Brno has plenty of universities to keep the city alive. It is not as renovated as Prague, but the prices are much lower, too. If you teach English, plenty of work. You must come with your Apostille Info in order if you are from the USA. Here's the information for getting your FBI record authenticated and apostilled.

Along with your FBI Fingerprint card, you need to send a brief letter explaining that you need to have the record apostilled for the Czech Republic (very important that she knows which country) and why ( business license). Make sure you include your address in the Czech Republic, phone number and e-mail address ( so she can contact you if there are any problems).The fee is $10 USD-Sharon Huffman,Business and Licensing Specialist,Secretary of State,1900 Kanawha Blvd. E. -- Charleston, WV 25305, E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: 304-558-8000


  • edited 7:01PM
    I live near Cesky Krumlov in South Bohemia. As a Brit and therefore an EU citizen, moving to the Czech Republic is easy. My blog Adventures in the Czech Republic is all about life in the Czech Republic and is one of the top 10 ex-pat blogs on the country. If you are thinking of moving here or just visiting, do check the blog out.

    House prices in Krumlov are high, but a few miles outside the town house prices really start to drop and to someone used to the British housing market they seem extremely cheap.

    Feel free to contact me on [email protected], if you have any questions.

    Regards Zoe
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