Immerse yourself in a diverse capital city in the heart of Europe.

An attractive destination for citizens of the globe, Prague is teeming with diversity, entrepreneurship, design, sustainability initiatives, cultural experience and a plethora of things to do and experience.

Quick facts about Prague

  • It is rich in cultural and social events and activities year-round, ideally connected to the rest of Europe
  • The cost of living is incredibly affordable
  • It ranks high in safety, with Czechia being the 6th safest country in the world.
  • Its public transport ranked 5th best in the world

Complementing the education you receive at Anglo-American University, your Prague experience will make you ready to step into global success with an international network of professional and personal connections backing you for life.

At a Glance


Prague, with over 1.2 million inhabitants, is the largest city in the Czech Republic, and the biggest single political, economic, and cultural center in the country.


Built over many centuries on a series of hills on both sides of the River Vltava, it enjoys spectacular views, a fascinating historical heritage, and a unique juxtaposition of architectural styles, ranging from the very earliest Romanesque to postmodern jeux d’esprit, like Frank Gehry’s "Fred and Ginger" Dancing House


Thanks to its unique location in the heart of Europe, Prague can also serve as an excellent base for exploring other destinations: Berlin, Vienna, Budapest and Krakow are all just a few hours away, while the numerous budget airlines serving Prague airport provide relatively easy weekend access to more distant destinations (Barcelona, Amsterdam, London, or even the Mediterranean beach resorts of Greece and Croatia).


For lovers of the great outdoors, the Czech countryside provides fine skiing in winter and exciting hill walking in the summer – not to mention the many picturesque regional centers and castles within easy distance of Prague, which make for perfect day trips out of town, like Karlštejn, Český Krumlov and Český ráj.

Art & Culture

Prague enjoys spectacular views, a fascinating historical heritage, and offers a range of cultural activities from museums and galleries to theater and music clubs.