Czech Republic ranked as a family-friendly destination
July 8, 2015
Relocating to another country can be stressful – and even more so if there are children involved. And a lot of countries want to make it easier for newcomers (especially families), to feel more at home. According to Expat Insider the most recent survey by InterNations, a global network of expatriates, Czech Republic is ranked the15th family-friendly country in the world.
The Czech Republic’s government have developed several initiatives which has helped to secure it’s place as a family-friendly location. Since the 1st of July 2015 adults travelling the Prague public transport network, with children under three years old, do not need to pay – the accompanying adult travels free. Adults must always carry a special ‘Children under three years’ pass with the name, date of birth or national identity card (or passport) of the child – and a current photo. Each card has a handling fee of 20 crowns and parents can request it in the usual ticket offices PID. The pass is valid for one year.