Czech it Out! Top 6 Reasons to Teach English in the Czech Republic

Which historic nation in the heart of Europe has one of the largest job markets for English teachers on the continent?  Where can you walk to work down a cobblestone street and eat lunch on the steps of a 16th-century castle?  Which European country offers a lower cost of living than most Western European nations and opportunities for Americans to obtain work permits to teach English?

It’s the Czech Republic and here are six great reasons to teach English in this beautiful nation in the center of Europe.

Teach English in Prague, City of a Thousand Spires


A city of both antique Bohemian and contemporary European charm, Prague begs a postcard from almost every angle. Throughout it's 1,100 year history, Prague has been a political, cultural and economic center of Europe. Contrasting neighboring destinations Warsaw and Berlin, Prague managed to survive the devastation of both World Wars largely unscathed. Tourists today have the chance to observe the city much as it was centuries ago, when Kafka roamed the streets of New Town and kings lived in the formidable castle atop Petrin Hill. An ever-changing combination of old and new, Prague promises to impress first-time visitors and frequent travelers alike. Teach English in Prague and immerse yourself in the vibrant culture of one of the most beautiful cities in the world.