For you summer reading, here’s a list of Czech-related expat blogs. Are your experiences similar?
How to understand the Czech Post – posting and delivery of letters and parcels.
All foreigners who intend to stay in Brno for longer than 3 months have the obligation to pay 670 CZK per year for waste collection.
A comprehensive list of things to sort from your waste, and where to put them. Plus a questionnaire to help make Brno even more environmentally friendly!
Cars left in a street when a cleaning is scheduled get towed away. To get it back from a municipal parking lot costs 1920 CZK.
Last year the interest rates were the lowest in the Czech mortgage market history. It still is possible to arrange a mortgage with an interest rate about 2 % interest. How?
The main thing that you need in order to obtain Czech citizenship is motivation. It is a frustrating and tedious slog through iron hoops of Kafka-esque bureaucracy. But it can be done!
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.
Do you know your rights and obligations when it comes to public transport tickets and their inspection? Here is how it works.
Guide for Foreign Victims of Crimes in the Czech Republic sums up how to defend yourself against illegal conduct. It is not something you are likely to have to use in Brno, though.