Attractive Jobs in the City of Industry, Business and Innovation
Ostrava has a strong reputation for its tradition in business and industry, creative, research, academic and innovative competence, attractive jobs, space for talent and entrepreneurship, and last but not least – an open and friendly social climate. Ostrava keeps growing and has a sound strategy for providing a fine future for those who choose to work and live here.
Czech language is a kind of a maze, but you can work and live here just fine for years using just a few polite phrases…
A Living City: Suitable Housing, Top Public Services, Health, Culture, Leisure and Fun
Ostrava is a safe and comfortable place to live and enjoy life, study and thrive, raise a family and make the most of your experience. It is a living city: pulsating with life, culture and sports; Ostrava provides suitable housing with many types to choose from, and top public services, including excellent health care in a number of policlinics and hospitals ranging from private to Municipal and University Institutions. There are two regulated rivers to walk, jog or bike along, large green parks, quiet residential areas with playgrounds, as well as bustling quarters with clubs and bars to relax after work. Ostrava belongs to the greenest cities in the Czech Republic.
No heavy traffic in the City, nature, sports, shopping centres, nice people, a lot to be done with the family.
Global and Personal Connections + Citizens Co-creating Future
Ostrava is a great starting point for reaching out and travelling to many countries and cities. Geographically and historically, it is in the middle of the “Moravian Gate”, a valley trade route through which European merchandising has been safely transported for thousands of years. Situated close to the borders with Poland and Slovakia, and only 300 kilometres away from Prague (the Czech capital), and Vienna (the Austrian capital), a modern highway or express trains can be taken, as well as a number of flights, e.g. to London or Warsaw from where the whole globe can be reached. The City has diverted heavy traffic around the residential areas so that it still connects and yet do not disturb.
The Municipality is utilising its citizens’ ideas in co-creating the environment and developing city amenities. This participative approach has become an integral part in creating the strategic development plans and is much appreciated.
It is a big city, and still it feels comfortable and even cosy.