I am going to be moving to Prague at the end of July/start of August this year, after 3 years of living with my Czech boyfriend in the UK, and 3 amazing trips to Prague (all in late Spring/Summer, because of work constraints). I've begun learning the language- enough to have a very mediocre conversation with my boyfriends friends, and to communicate on food/drink etc with his family, but was hoping I could ply the other expats who visit the sites for tips. Pretty much on anything! My boyfriend's mother is being incredibly helpful and organised and setting up one of the new Pargue 'cards' that cover metro transport, etc, for me, and we have accomadation arranged in a family-owned flat in Bohnice, north of the city by Prague Zoo, which has great bus links to the centre just outside. As an EU resident I am hoping there is not too much paperwork I need to do, but am still a bit confused as to whether I will ned any kind of work visa or tax number. I'm really, really looking forward to finally moving over, as we've been planning to come for some time. I've found some bars (local and central) that I like drinking in (U Provaznice/ U C/Sihelna), and will have just completed my teaching qualification, so have that as a job option to fall back on. I also have experience working in UK art galleries (Tate/Walker/National) and have a strong humanities undergraduate degree... So, really, I'm asking an open question to anyone who has tips on work, settling in, adjusting to the city as an expat, developing my language skils, and meeting new people... I've just spent two years in UK comprehensive schools, and though a non-teaching job for the first few months at least would allow me more time to adjust to language and life, weather, socialising, etc.... Any tips please, Prague people ?! Thanks in advance for any help Ooh, and also is it generally safe to run at night around most of the cities suburbs, as I'm a keen runner, and may not want to pay for gym membership until I have a job sorted out.