The Czech Republic, the 2nd best country for expat families
November 1, 2016
If you are considering moving to the Czech Republic with your children, you should not hesitate! According to the latest Expat Explorer Survey from HSBC, the Czech Republic is one of the best countries for expatriates with children, just after Sweden.
Located in the heart of Europe and being a country with breath-taking landscapes, the Czech Republic has just gained another attractive point for any person planning to relocate there: International assignees consider it a good and suitable country for raising their children. Expat families value the quality of the education and the childcare, as well as the lower cost of the education compared with their home countries. Expats also consider the Czech Republic a good place for raising children, due to ease of making friends and the improvement in their health and wellbeing. The Czech Republic is listed just after Sweden and before Singapore, New Zealand, and Canada, which are third, fourth and fifth, regarding the family quality of life.
The Expat Explorer Survey has interviewed more than 27,000 expats from 190 countries to learn more about their expat experiences. In the overall country league table, the Czech Republic is in the fourth position, being the first European country on the table. According to the expats' interviews, Singapore is the best country to live, followed by New Zealand and Canada.