As formerly independent municipality of Nebušice was annexed to Prague in 1968 as part of the Prague 6 city district, now Nebušice village have population of just under 3000.
Nebušice is on north-west of Prague surrounded by woods well known among those seeking privacy, peace, and easy reach of the airport and international school of Prague (ISP).
The focus of Nebušice is definitely the International School of Prague, which has approximately 1000 students on roll, a state-of-the-art campus and fees which can reach $22,000 a year in the high school. The ISP school is located in Nebušice from 1996.
Due fact that in Nebušice is located the International School of Prague, the village has seen much new development, largely due to the families attending the school and willing to pay the rent for hassle-free houses which means in most cases those within walking distance to the school. Around ISP in compound Malá Šárka comprising of 157 family houses situated on 12 ha of land, where is most houses rented to expatriates such as foreign ambassadors and management of multinational companies.
American Embassy is owner of about 20 houses in compound Malá Šárka. Whole development of Malá Šárka was completed in 2000 and all owners of houses in Malá Šárka are shareholders of Malá Šárka Homeowners Association a.s. which is management company of for maintenance of technical infrastructure and communal areas of Malá Šárka. In Prague is quite many international schools but ISP is most prestigious. In Nebušice is in addition to Malá Šárka compound houses another about 100 to 150 houses for rent where expats live.
Nebušice has advantage to have nature park on both sides (North and South), Hlásek is forest for hiking, educational, and bike trail and Divoká Šárka (Wild Šárka) forest and valley with creek on another side.
There are Albert grocery store, a post office, a pharmacy, or a restaurant in the neighborhood; other services are within a short driving distance by car or bus.