Moving from El Monte, the USA to Prague, Czech Republic with I Love MovingWhat can we say about the moving process? Well, first of all is not easy. Second, it brings along a certain amount of stress. It can be very time-consuming. So if you have decided to leave your home in El Monte and go to a different continent so as to relocate in the Czech Republic, we are here for you. We will make sure that all the necessary tasks are handled professionally so you could enjoy this big, bright European city. We are the I Love Moving company, and our job is to help you relocate to Europe. We can transport your precious belongings using both sea transportation and air transportation, and that depends on the way you will handle your budget. Sea shipment takes more time and less money, while air transportation is more costly. As for the ocean freight shipping, it is charged by the cubic space. However, air freight price depends on the weight, volume, and destination of your package. We can discuss ad go through your needs together so as to decide the most convenient way. Our company specializes in packing, custom crating, and we can offer you storage services which can be free for up to 30 days. We advise you to choose a reliable partner in this complicated process. Although there are many companies who offer moving services, you should choose a team with a great experience and amazing customer feedback. We will pack all of your belongings make sure that every item is carefully wrapped and well secured since we want it to be 100% protected from damage during the transportation process. We offer free boxes for our customers, and our team can easily customize crates so as to fit your needs. Our products are very durable and specially designed to hold fragile items. We can offer you competitive and fair prices, and we offer you free moving estimates. Give us a call and see for yourself. Feel free to contact our helpful representatives who are there to assist you with some handy moving tips regarding the very process of relocation. Here is some interesting information about the city of Prague.
About PraguePrague is the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic, and it is a home to 1.4 million people. It is also the 14th largest city in the European Union and the historical capital of Bohemia. It has been a political, cultural, and economic center of central Europe and in history, it has been an important city to the Habsburg Monarchy and its Austro-Hungarian Empire. It is located in the north-west of the country on the Vltava river and it has a temperate climate. It lies between the oceanic climate and humid continental climate so it has warm summers and chilly winters with little sunshine. This city is very windy, an average wind speed of 16 km/h (9.9 mph) and sustained western winds.
Culture in PragueThis city is one of the most significant cultural centers in Europe. It hosts many cultural events and institutions, including National Theatre, Estates Theatre, Rudolfinum, Municipal House, Prague Symphony Orchestra. Besides these, there are hundreds of music clubs, concert halls, galleries, cinemas around the city. Make sure to enjoy them according to your preferences.
AttractionsThere are numerous notable museums, such as National Museum (Národní muzeum), the Jewish Museum in Prague, the Museum of the Capital City of Prague, the Alfons Mucha Museum, the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague, the African-Prague Museum, the Náprstek Museum (Náprstkovo Muzeum), the National Library and the National Gallery. Prague’s zoo is rated the best one in the world according to TripAdvisor community. What is more, Prague is a home for many breweries so do not miss a chance to taste some of the fantastic homemade beers. See what other things you could do in Prague.
EducationIf you are planning on enrolling a university, here are some of the most respectable public higher education institutions:
- Charles University (the oldest university in Central Europe)
- Czech Technical University
- Institute of Chemical Technology
- University of Economics
- Czech University of Life Sciences Prague