The latest hit for Brno’s young and old: DIY public workshops. Join in the excitement!
The popularity of the Eighties shows no sign of slowing down; pop culture’s fascination with the era has lasted far longer than the decade itself: why is it so?
There is a new monthly pop-up restaurant in Brno serving Japanese food. One warning: don’t go if you don’t want to immediately feel dissatisfied with “ordinary” sushi.
Michael George moved to Czechoslovakia in September 1992. Originally a rancher from Wyoming, he now teaches at Masaryk University. It was his curiosity of revolutions that brought him to the post-totalitarian Brno.
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.