For the first summer ever it is possible to barbecue in the Lužánky park. Technically, you shouldn’t drink there, but the police assess every situation individually.
It would be unfair to compare New York and Brno in most ways, but, on a personal level, life is much more livable here. Quiet, peaceful, and full of growth.
It’s rare to see cornerstones of modern cinema on the big screen. Anyone with even the mildest interest in the history of horror should snap up the chance on May 16. It’s a bloody good yarn, really well told.
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.
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.