Yuko focuses on modern Romani music in her PhD studies. She also teaches Japanese and calligraphy – the “relaxing and meditative” art of writing. And Czechs could use a little bit of meditating.
Three significant events of the Czech high school final year will occur in the coming weeks. One of them – poslední zvonění or the last bell – involves begging strangers for money. Beware.
All Brno residents – including foreigners staying here for longer than three months – have to pay the waste collection fee of 670 CZK by the end of May. The obligation is placed on you, not your landlord.
A visually delicious arthouse character study of the the last woman to be executed in Czechoslovakia. Catch it with English subtitles at Kino Art on Mon, April 18 at 6 pm or Tue, April 26 at 3.30 pm!
Welcome guide & Brno business facts
Brno is the second largest city in the Czech Republic. It offers high-quality employment opportunities (watch a 4-minute video on doing business here), safe environment, excellent public transport, wide range of education options and rich cultural and recreational opportunities.
BECome local with us
We help skilled foreign professionals and their families who live and work in Brno, or plan to do so, to settle down in the area.