British Czech and Slovak Association
LinksThis section has links to websites that either support the BCSA's aims or are likely to be of interest to BCSA members.
If you know another website that is relevant to the BCSA then please email webmaster @bcsa .co .uk.
The commercial links are given for information only and their inclusion here does not imply that they are endorsed by the BCSA.
The BCSA is not responsible for the content of external sites.
Information and services for Czechs and Slovaks in the UKanglickysen.czk
Bohemian Lines is a coach service between the UK (London) and the Czech Republic.
The Czechoslovak National House and Restaurant in West Hampstead provides traditional Czech - Slovak cuisine and Czech beer.
Halusky has a large range of range of Czech and Slovak foods and drinks.
InterNations' aim is to help expats become part of the UK community.
OPAL Transfer specialises in foreign exchange money transfers to and from Eastern Europe.
potraviny.co.uk brings you the best of Czech and Slovak food.
teahouse transport provides door to door delivery services.
Czech and Slovak blogsThe Prague Vitruvius provide a comprehensive pictorial record of Prague architecture.
Circuit Rider CZ covers various aspects of cycling in Central Europe, as well as history, geography and culture.
The Czechmate diary was created to connect and re-connect the Czechs and Slovaks with their Bohemian roots.
Czech Please covers the food and drink scene in Prague and beyond.
Daily photo from Prague
Grant's Prague Bike Blog is an account of biking adventures (and misadventures) in and around Prague.
Kakna's Prague is an individual look at the city.
Organisations, clubs and social networksThe Oxford Czech and Slovak Society promotes the language and culture of the Czech and the Slovak Republics in Oxford.
The London Czech and Slovak Language Meetup Group is a joint Meetup for Czech and Slovak Expats and those interested in the Czech and Slovak Languages.
The, Reading Czech and Slovak Circle is a not-for-profit club based in Reading, Berkshire, that brings together Czech and Slovak history, language, culture, heritage, traditions and food.
The Bridgwater-Czech/Slovak Friendship Society was formed in September 1991 to promote understanding, friendship and mutual co-operation of the peoples of Somerset and the former Czechoslovakia, in the wake of the ending of the cold war.
Czech and Slovak Society (London) network on Facebook is not only for all Czechs and Slovaks in London but for all the Londoners interested in the region and its culture.
Embassies and other agenciesEmbassy of the Czech Republic in London, 26 Kensington Palace Gardens, London W8 4QY
Embassy of the Slovak Republic in London, 25 Kensington Palace Gardens, London W8 4QY
British Embassy in the Slovak Republic, Panska 16, 811 01 Bratislava
British Embassy in the Czech Republic, Thunovska 14, 118 00 Prague 1
Czech Centre London actively promotes the Czech Republic in the UK.
The British Council has offices in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
The Czech British Chamber of Commerce promotes the development of Czech and UK economic relations.
The British Chamber of Commerce in the Czech Republic promotes and enhances business relations between the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom.
The Scottish Czech and Slovak Summer Scholarship Fund celebrates and strengthens links between the three countries by assisting student placements.
Universities, colleges and schoolsThe English International School, Prague is a fee paying co-educational day school teaching pupils from 18 months to 18 years using the National Curriculum of England.
The School of Slavonic and East European Studies at University College London.
The English College in Prague was established in 1994 to provide a broad and balanced education in English for students between the ages of 13 to 19.
The University Association for Contemporary European Studies (UACES) provides an independent forum for informed debate and discussion of European affairs. It is directly involved in promoting research and teaching in European Studies.
Language, culture, arts and entertainmentDigital Dialects Czechk provides Interactive games for learning the Czech language.
Multiglot supports czech language in children raised outside the Czech republic and provide info about bilingualism.
Czech Cook Book has popular Czech recipes.
Karpaty represents Slovak culture abroad by performing traditional folk music and dance.
CzechFolks.com is dedicated to the Czech and Slovak heritage.
The Czechoslovak Society of Arts and Sciences is an independent non-profit international cultural organization dedicated to the pursuit of knowledge, the free dissemination of ideas, and the fostering of contact among people.
The Beskydy Dancers take their name from these mountains and present a rich and vibrant repertoire of folk dances, songs and music from all three regions.
The Dvorak Society for Czech and Slovak music is devoted to the musical arts of all Czech and Slovak performers and composers, past and present.
Czech and Slovak literature and language links provided by James Naughton.
Czechoslovak Philatelic Society of Great Britain
Radio Tatra International is an English speaking radio station bringing entertainment radio to a global audience.
Bela Hartmann is a Czech-German pianist and prize-winner of both national and international competitions.
Craig Stratton studied in the UK and in the Czech Republic and has recently released From the Homeland a CD of Czech romantic music.
Bata-ville. We are not afraid of the future...
The Emmy Destinn Foundation is dedicated to upholding the legacy of the greatest Czech diva by supporting young singers in the early stages of their careers.
The Anglo-Czechoslovak Trust makes it possible for young Czech and Slovak students to travel, perform and share experiences with their British counterparts and, in the process, expands awareness within the UK of Czech and Slovak contemporary art, science and music.
Prague Jazz is "an Independent, Impartial, Interested and Irascible view of the Prague Music Scene."
National Czech and Slovak Museum and Library, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
News, current affairs and businessAssessing Accession is a collaborative research network that aims to bring together researchers, academics, students and practitioners with a specific interest in developing a broader understanding of how the EU's political institutions and policy-making structures have impacted on, and been impacted by, the EU's Central and East European member states.
The Slovak Spectator is "Slovakia's English language newspaper".
Radio Prague - the international service of Czech Radio.
The Prague Post On-line contains a selection of articles that have been printed in The Prague Post.
The Prague Daily Monitor, is "the Czech Republic's English language electronic newspaper".
Transitions On-line chronicles the transition process of the post-communist region of Central, Eastern and South-eastern Europe, the Balkans and the former Soviet Union.
HistoryCzechs in Exile are interested in the history and people of the former Czechoslovakia and the present Slovak and Czech Republics.
The Bata Reminiscence and Resource Centre has information on the Bata subsidiaries in the UK and on other Bata Communities around the world.
Travel and general informationCome to Prague shares an Italian's love for Prague and tries to keep off the path beaten by the main tourist guides.
The Czech geographical bibliography online project aims at creation of centralised bibliographical database of the Czech Republic.
Expats.cz is full of useful information about Prague.
Your guide to Slovakia has news and information about Slovakia.
Slovakia Document Store is a source of information about the Slovak Republic.
Slovakia Travels to discover, know and organize your holiday in Slovakia.
Discover Czech provides services and information for independent travellers.