If so, let us offer you the Slovak Republic.
Slovakia is a beautiful young country, which was originally part of the Czechoslovakia and began its journey of independence only in 1993. It has its own Slovak language, but it is possible to live here with English only, in most places you will be able to understand and get what you want.
Also, Slovak Republic is a member of the European and Schengen Union and euro is the official currency of the country. The neighboring countries of Slovakia are the Czech Republic, Austria, Hungary, Poland and Ukraine. It is only 60 km to Vienna, 170 km to Budapest and 340 km to Prague from the capital of Slovakia – Bratislava.
The country has an incredible potential for development, it has many opportunities for opening a new business and startups. In addition, it is an ideal place for families with children who want to live in peace and to feel themselves safe. The whole Slovak Republic can be praised for its beautiful nature and architecture with hundreds of mansions and castles.
Slovaks are, mostly, nice people, who consider family and privet life as their priority. They like sports and try to go out of the city, to the nature or to visit their relatives, on weekends and holidays.
The Slovak land has a wonderful mountainous nature, which is made of Carpathian Mountains with the high peaks of the Fatra-Tatra Area, Slovak Ore Mountains, Slovak Central Mountains or Beskids, which is worth visiting. Slovakia also famous for its caves with stalagmites and stalactites. Five of them are under UNESCO's World Heritage Site status: Dobšiná Ice Cave, Domica, Gombasek Cave, Jasovská Cave and Ochtinská Aragonite Cave.
Slovakia has 8 regions, which are Bratislava Region, Banská Bystrica Region, Košice Region, Nitra Region, Prešov Region, Trenčín Region, Trnava Region, Žilina Region. Each of these regions have its own characteristics and depending on your preferences, you can find a region, suitable specifically for you. Bratislava is the capital city in Slovak Republic, therefor it is the most developed and the largest city in Slovakia, but as further you are going to the east, as much quiet and closer to the nature are the cities.