Happy Birthday in Czech means: Všechno nejlepší k narozeninám! This term is used quite often cause it is the standard pharse of saying Happy Birthday in Czech. However, other expressions are often found much more frequently on social media like Facebook. These birthday pharses are shorter and more concise.
3 ways to wish Czechs a happy birthday
- Všechno nejlepší k narozeninám! – Happy birthday – classic and simple
- Všechno nejlepší! – All the best / good luck , Short form for social media
- Gratuluji ! – Congratulations, short form very popular in the chat
You can find more phrases to wish Czechs a happy birthday in the article about 4 different ways to wish Czechs a happy birthday.
It is best to apply your knowledge straight away and surprise a Czech friend, acquaintance or relative with a “Happy Birthday” in the local Czech language. But don’t be surprised if a “Děkuji!” or “Díky!” comes back – this means something like “Thank you (very much)”. And don’t forget: variety makes life more beautiful – so you have several options to congratulate a Czech.
Birthday gifts for Czechs
Always a difficult question: what do you actually give to others. Even more difficult when it comes to a different culture and a different country. In addition to classic gifts such as cash gifts, vouchers, books and the like, people in the Czech Republic also enjoy technical articles and culinary delights. This depends on regional high-quality products, which you can of course mix across borders.