The Czech Republic is considered one of the most beautiful countries in Central Europe. It came from the splitting of Czechoslovakia in 1993 in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
The Czech capital is Prague (Praha) and the country’s official language is Czech, but it is worth noting that the inhabitants of the Czech Republic and Slovakia can communicate without any special language problem!
Nowadays, Czech Republic is becoming an even more popular destination for studying abroad, since its educational system dates back to 1348 and is characterized by remarkable universities, such as Charles University.
The Czech countryside is full of castles, palaces and cathedrals that adorn the towns and picturesque villages of the country. In Prague, the residents throng in the medieval cafes and the “Old Town” cobbled streets that are full of life. On the top, stands the enchanting castle, from where the kings ruled the whole country. The combination of architectural styles (Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque) is a haven of aesthetics. The idyllic scenery is completed with the museums, galleries and walks along the Vltava river. In Hradec Králové and Brno, the life of residents rolls quietly and people enjoy daily beauties, ending the evening at pubs scattered throughout the city, which are flooded with students of different nationalities after the fatigue of their daily program. Student life in the Czech Republic is extremely interesting and ideal for those who want to attend a program of high standards, but also of particularly high requirements.