A division of The Financial Times has selected Brno and Amsterdam – out of 124 places ranked within the Cities of the Future 2016/17 – as the best at expat integration.
Starting January 1, the price for a yearly public transport pass has been reduced to 3,325 CZK for adults who pay for waste collection in Brno.
Sports, art, public transport, volunteering, ethnic cuisine… Here is what expats in Brno are most interested in reading about.
A beloved animated tale about the joys of being a child and the blurred lines between imagination and reality is showing at Kino Scala this month – great to help you get through the post-holiday slump!
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.