In Eastern Europe the Czech Republic is one of the cheapest places for Americans to live. There is also always demand for english teachers there so finding employment is not to difficult - that is if you have a good grasp of English and the ability to teach!
Not only that but the Czech Republic is also one of the most beautiful countries in Europe and has a rich cultural history. People who live here are very friendly to new comers and Americans in particular. Geographically the Czech Republic is conveniently located right in the middle of Europe. It's easy to get around as just about anywhere in Europe is only a train ride away.
Yes, the Czech Republic has many things to offer and the city of Prague is cheap, modern and a great place to live.
The least expensive city and cheapest place to live in Europe is Tirana in Albania. Other cheap European cities include: Skopje Macedonia, Sarajevo Bosnia-Herzegovina, Minsk in Belarus and Belfast Ireland.
According to Mercer these European cities could also be considered some of the
Cheapest Places to Live in Europe
- PRAGUE in the CZECH REPUBLIC
- BARCELONA in SPAIN
- FRANKFURT in GERMANY
Ranked lowest on their list of the Top 50 cities for Cost of living - in this case low on the list means lower cost of living. According to the latest Cost of Living Survey from Mercer, Luanda in Angola is the world’s most expensive city to live in.
Cities in Europe with the Highest Cost of Living
- LUANDA in ANGOLA
- TOKYO, JAPAN
- NDJAMENA, CHAD
- MOSCOW, RUSSIA
- GENEVA, SWITZERLAND
Mercer says, that after Moscow, Geneva, Zurich and Copenhagen are the most expensive cities to live in Europe. Oslo in Norway, Milan in Italy, London England, Paris France and Bern Switzerland are other cities that have a high cost of living.