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1. WHERE CAN I FIND JOBS FOR ENGLISH SPEAKERS
2. WHERE CAN I FIND A “MAN WITH A VAN”
3. WHERE CAN I FIND AN ENGLISH-SPEAKING VET?
4. WHERE CAN I FIND AN ENGLISH-SPEAKING DOCTOR?
5. CAN I EXCHANGE MY LICENSE FOR A CZECH ONE? IF NOT, IS THERE A DRIVING SCHOOL WHERE THEY SPEAK ENGLISH?
For information about whether or not your license can be exchanged, see this link. In general, EU licenses can be directly exchanged without having to go through driving school. Some non-EU licenses can be exchanged. See this chart: http://bit.ly/1Hb1c9Q
6. DRIVING SCHOOLS? http://bit.ly/2sLpMve
7. MORTGAGES – WHO CAN HELP ME IN ENGLISH?
8. CAN YOU RECOMMEND AN ENGLISH SPEAKING HAIRDRESSER?
9. AND HOW ABOUT AN ENGLISH SPEAKING DENTIST?
10. WHERE CAN I FIND INFORMATION FOR TEMPORARY/PERMANENT RESIDENCE & FOREIGN POLICE REQUIREMENTS?
Ministry of the Interior: http://bit.ly/1Fu5STN
11. WHAT’S THE CHEAPEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY BETWEEN ACCOUNTS IN DIFFERENT CURRENCES?
12. WHERE CAN I BUY XY ONLINE? SEARCHED GOOGLE AND ONLY FOUND IT IN GERMANY/UK etc.
Anytime you’re looking for a specific product and know its name or Czech description use Heureka.cz (http://bit.ly/1oQDU2q) or Zbozi.cz (http://bit.ly/1Ps9YE0) to see if the item is available at local online stores and compare prices.
13. WHERE CAN I FIND A GOOD/ENGLISH SPEAKING ELECTRICIAN/PLUMBER/HANDYMAN ETC?
14. HOW DO I GET TO/WHAT’S THE CHEAPEST WAY TO GET TO X Y Z?
Timetable for PID buses/trams/metro/trains :- http://bit.ly/1jTtztJ
Czech Railways website includes timetables as well as the ability to book some tickets online: http://bit.ly/1D2vk4v
Student Agency Buses: http://bit.ly/1PQFvPg
For Prague public transport download ‘Jízdní řády’ ‘MHDapp’ ‘Pubtrans’ and/or ‘Moovit’ for iOS or Android
15. WHAT ARE SOME FARMER’S MARKETS AROUND PRAGUE?
Naplavka & JzP:- http://bit.ly/1FHT52O
16. WHERE CAN I FIND A GOOD REMOVAL COMPANY TO MOVE MY STUFF TO/FROM CZECH FROM INSIDE CZECH OR FROM OTHER EU COUNTRIES?
17. KALE – WHERE TO GET IT, HOW IS IT CALLED IN CZECH
Kale is called “kadeřávek zelený” in Czech. You can buy it at farmers markets in season or you can order it at the following link from ‘FreshBedýnky’ (even out of season, as it comes from Spain) – http://bit.ly/1GSA1A8
Seeds are possible to buy in garden and DIY stores or in supermarkets in the spring. Or on the internet: http://bit.ly/1EguumK
Beware – kale is not “kapusta” – it comes from the same “family”, but kapusta, known in the CR, is savoy cabbage.
18. TO / FROM THE AIRPORT BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT – FROM APRIL 2015
*NO 119 bus to / from Dejvická any more – now it goes to / from the new Metro station Nádraží Veleslavín on line A / green line*
ALL THE PUBLIC TRANSPORT OPTIONS TO / FROM THE AIRPORT INCLUDING NIGHT SERVICES > http://bit.ly/1Eguzqz
19. HOW TO PLAN YOUR JOURNEY ON PUBLIC TRANSPORT IN AND AROUND PRAGUE
Journey Planner / Find a connection > http://bit.ly/1EhG6o0
20. WHERE CAN I FIND A POLICE STATION WITH AN ENGLISH-SPEAKING TRANSLATOR?
The police station at Jungmannovo namesti 9, Prague 1 always has an English translator. Located at the bottom of Wenceslas Square, behind Bata and that passage that leads to that little square that faces Jungmanova street, not far from the Mustek exit.
21. WHERE CAN I FIND JOBS FOR ENGLISH SPEAKERS
22. GROSS NET SALARY CALCULATOR
23. Parking Garages in Prague
You can find a list of parking garages here: http://bit.ly/pragueparking
24. Which bank is the best and /or cheapest for my needs?
This article rounds up fees etc. for most banks in 2015: http://bit.ly/1zt3Wys
25. Where can I get good/cheap/quick electronic goods?