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The TEFL International School in Prague is surrounded by winding, cobblestone roads, beautiful, colorful architecture and backstreet pubs. You’re in the midst of one of the most charming parts of Europe.
There are a variety of restaurants, banks, and Internet cafés nearby. The training centre offers access to a variety of resources such as telephone use for placing local calls, computers to be used for lesson planning and resume building, limited internet access, a photocopier, and full access to our resource library.
Join the TEFL International course in Prague and start teaching English in the Czech Republic and throughout the world, with your internationally recognized TESOL Certificate.
As one of the fastest growing cities in Europe, Prague hosts a fantastic array of both classic and modern culture.
The TEFL International school in Prague is surrounded by an astounding variety of architecture dating back to the tenth century. Walking across the historic Old Town Square or along the winding cobblestone streets, one can take in artistic styles ranging from Baroque to Art Nouveau in immediate proximity to one another.
The magnificent Church of Our Lady before Tyn and Old Town Hall are classic examples of various phases of these periods as are the many sculptures, towers and monuments.
Theater and the arts are prominent and readily accessible as well. Prague boasts literally dozens of theaters, opera houses and museums, including The Czech Museum of Fine Arts in Old Town. Operas, plays and art exhibits are constantly changing and offer those who truly appreciate the arts as well as those just becoming interested multiple opportunities for unforgettable experiences.
Sports enthusiasts can easily find everything from bicycle rentals to climbing gyms and ice rinks to sporting clays. During the winter months, several ski centers are easily accessible as well. Prague also hosts football, cricket and hockey clubs as well as professional hockey during season. Whether a peaceful stroll in the park or a rigorous hike in the nearby Bohemian Forest is your idea of fun, Prague can certainly accommodate most people’s appetite for outdoor recreation.
As for night life, Prague stands out as one of the premier destinations in Europe. Cuisine of almost any origin as well as the local fare is never more than a short distance away—nor is the evening on the town following a superb meal. Ranging from intimate jazz clubs and quiet cafes to raging dance clubs and venues featuring fantastic live music of all genres, the selection of destinations for an evening on the town is limited only by time.
Considered by many to be a part of the national heritage, the beer brewed in the Czech Republic is some of the finest in the world. Widely available throughout the country, wonderful beers such as Pilsner Urquell, Gambrinas and Budvar (the true Budweiser, first brewed centuries ago) have all repeatedly been winning international awards for years. No trip to the Czech Republic could be complete without sampling these crafted beers. As the Czechs say, “Where beer is brewed, they have it good”.
Prague itself is well situated for visiting the rest of the Czech Republic as well as neighboring countries Germany, Austria, Slovakia and Poland. Reliable public transportation—railway and bus—as well as a centrally located international airport make such travel relatively easy.