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What do I need to know before retiring in Czech Rep?

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When we asked people what advice they would give someone preparing to move to Czech Rep, they said...

"Before retiring in Czechia, expats should familiarize themselves with the local language, as English is not widely spoken. It is also important to research the cost of living in the area, as prices can vary significantly from city to city. Additionally, expats should be aware of the healthcare system in Czechia, as it is not covered by most international health insurance plans. Finally, expats should research the visa and residency requirements for staying in Czechia, as these can vary depending on the length of stay," explained one expat living in Czech Rep.

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