1Czech Republic

Pros for expats: Compared to most European destinations, newcomers can enjoy a cheaper cost of living in the Czech Republic. It’s also the perfect homebase for those looking to travel as it provides easy access to Eastern and Western Europe.

Cons for expats: By far the most difficult aspect of expatriate life in the Czech Republic is learning the language. Czech isn’t the most beginner-friendly for English speakers and navigating housing and visa appointments may require some Czech-speaking assistance.