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The hostel is located in the old city and is very close to all the main attractions, including a five-minute walk to the Charles Bridge and a ten-minute walk to the main square. The hostel offers a young, social and laid-back environment, where guests can feel at home. The spacious interior courtyard allows all 26 rooms in the hostel to have natural sunlight all day long. The hostel is also equipped with a spacious lobby, cozy lounge area and a shared kitchen. 

This is an excellent internship for those interested in hospitality and tourism, with the desire to explore a new city and culture from a unique perspective. Interns will have the opportunity to engage with guests from all over the world, while gaining professional experience in the hospitality industry. 
Location of the Project:  Prague, Czech Republic
Project length:  Min 4 weeks - Max 12 weeks
Arrival Airport:  Vaclav Havel Airport (PRG)
Volunteer Work:  Hospitality, reception, maintenance duties, bartending
Age:  18 - 40
Number of Volunteers:  Maximum 2 volunteers
Important Note:  Please ensure that you are eligible for a visa to enter Europe before registering for this project. The program cannot provide visa support; obtaining the proper visa is the sole responsibility of the volunteer.

What's Included

Accommodations:  Shared, single-gender dorm room in the hostel
Food:  Breakfast is included
Support:  Local in-country team and 24-hour emergency support

What's not Included

Flights, travel health insurance, personal expenses, personal transportation, airport pick up, visa (if required).
There is no better place to experience Europe than in the Czech Republic capital of Prague. Prague, known as the Golden City, is a dynamic and lively metropolis that boasts a multitude of popular attractions including ten major museums, numerous theatres and galleries, and world renowned breweries.  Whether you want to take a boat trip along Vltava River or walk over one of seventeen bridges in the city, Prague has something for everyone! 
Durnig your first week, you will primarily assist with housekeeping tasks. As you gain more experience and familiarize yourself with the hostel, you will take on other roles, including bartending. Some of your responsibilities may include:
  • Welcoming and assisting guests at reception 
  • Answering questions about the local area
  • Serving breakfast in the morning
  • Bartending in the evenings 
  • Housekeeping and cleaning tasks around the hostel
  • The hostel also encourages interns to offer their own creative ideas or suggestions to improve the hostel experience. 
A typical day: Your day will start at 8:00 am as you prepare and set up breakfast for the guests.  At 10:30 am, you will help clean up breakfast and spend the afternoon assisting with housekeeping or cleaning tasks as needed.  In the evening, you will have a chance to bartend or assist guests at the reception, followed by cleaning tasks around the hostel.  You will be given either a morning/afternoon or afternoon/evening shift, depending on the needs of the hostel.

You will work approximately 6-8 hours per day, 5 days a week. You will have 2 days off per week (not necessarily the weekend) to explore Prague or travel to other destinations.

Please note: Activities and schedules can change at any time based on the needs of the project.
Internet:  WiFi is available at the hostel.
Laundry:  There are laundry facilities available for an additional cost.
Accommodations:  You will stay at the hostel in a single-gender dorm with up to 5 other people. The dorm room is equipped with a shared bathroom and showers and includes lockers to store your belongings.
Food:  Breakfast is included. You are more than welcome to buy groceries and cook for yourself in the hostel’s kitchen or eat out at any of the local cafes and restaurants.
Please take note of the project's minimum requirements 
  • Minimum age 18 
  • Good level of English
  • Flexible and open-minded
For those who want to experience life outside the capital, be sure to take a day trip or overnight trip to any of the surrounding cities. If you want to visit a small town, travel to Český Krumlov to be blown away by the medieval buildings, Bohemian architectural treasures and famous castles. If you are looking to connect with nature, you do not want to miss the countless rivers and dense forest regions of the second largest city in the Czech Republic, Brno, which is located just 2 hours southeast of Prague. 
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