Every December, thousands of people gather in the fields east of Brno to commemorate a battle that arguably changed the history of Europe and the world.
Did you know that we are living in a ‘golden age’ for Brno opera? Whether you are an opera buff or a newcomer – there will be something to tempt you in 2017/2018.
If you are coming from a country outside of the EU, you will need to obtain an Employee card before you can start your new career in Brno. This infosheet can help you navigate through the process.
Brno Expat Centre kicked off a new season in September at the beautiful Villa Stiassni. Let’s have a short look back at the Season Opening 2017.
Huddled in an alley out of Zelný Trh, cloaked in the shadows and dressed in black awaits one of Brno’s very few food trucks. Bucheck isn’t just a meal, it’s a way of life.
Speaking Czech is hard enough. Correctly pronouncing Czech names is even harder. Heck, even the name of this city is impossible to say right. It’s Brno, not Bruno!
Sean Penn’s performance is either the film’s greatest asset or biggest flaw, depending on how you respond to it. Showing on Oct 15 as part of Kino Scala’s Paolo Sorrentino retrospective.
There is now a cornucopia of options covering cuisines from around the world in Brno. Two cuisines that are relatively lacking, however, are North African and Middle Eastern. Café Pilát fills this void.
Birth and marriage certificates are two documents that expats often need to use abroad. To authenticate their origin, they need to obtain an Apostille in the Czech Republic.
Many local expats can probably appreciate this reality: before you know it, you are more defined by what you do in the Czech Republic than what you had done before.