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Prime address only 3 min walking from the very city centre (Česká street) in combination with a fabulous view of the Špilberk castle. Who wouldn’t want to live in such an apartment, possible to rent for 3 months only?
Brno – second largest city of the Czech Republic – attracts many nomads, students, expats in general. However, as in every expats’ friendly city, it is har to find short-term accommodation. At least it was before the opening of Domeq.
For 5 and half a month, Brno and Domeq became a stop on the way of a worldwide traveler Carl Muies, known as Travel With Carlo. Originally an English gentleman with family roots in Italy, Carl has been living in more than 60 countries so far.
Many expats who obtain a trade license in the Czech Republic receive a “surprise” in their post box no long afterward, consisting of a money order with an accompanying letter. Stay calm. It is just a trick made by a local company to wheedle money from you.
Hop on, hop off. Riding a bike instead of walking saves time and it has a beneficial effect on your health. In addition, Czechs are obsessed with cycling so if you start using a bike you will be like a local (if not like a Dutch person).
It is only 10 am and you have already presented your business to dozens of potential clients. Isn’t such a fruitful morning a dream of each growth-oriented entrepreneur? You can enjoy this efficiency each 2nd Thursday at Business for Breakfast served by Brno English Business Club!