Pictures of Eastern Europe
Budapest, Hungary, is a beautiful city rich with history. You’ll find museums, cultural events, and delicious food at hundreds of restaurants.
Life as an expat affords the chance to make friends with other adventurous people like yourself.
The Czech city of Prague combines the best of East and West into a very cosmopolitan, culturally rich atmosphere.
Since the fall of communism in 1989, monuments to revolutionary heroes have
become rare, but you still see them in Eastern Europe occasionally.
In the mountainous, southern parts of Poland, you’ll see unique architecture designed to accommodate heavy snowfall.
As a teacher in Eastern Europe, you’ll find that your students come prepared and eager to learn.
You should come to class ready to instruct your students not only in the English language, but also in the ways of American culture.