#LifeInCzechia For readers of any faction it’s not always feasible to continuously purchase books. In those cases it’s vital to know about other resources that will sate their curiosities like libraries. In the city of Brno there are several options of public libraries where anyone is welcome including expats. In this blog post we’ll be exploring which public libraries accept foreigners, the amenities they offer, and the hours of operation.
#LifeInCzechia Bookstores hold a special place in the hearts of avid readers and literary enthusiasts. The mere sight of towering shelves adorned with books of various genres has a magnetic effect, drawing us into a world of imagination and knowledge. As a foreigner who isn’t fluent in the Czech language and is a lover of […]
Are you a passionate reader? We have a tip for a newly launched book Women’s Voices in Rowing written by a former Czech athlete! In this book, voices of world-renowned female rowers emerge to fight for diversity and sportsmanship. The book responds to the Olympic Games in Tokyo 2020 that will be the most gender-balanced Olympic Games in history – with an expected 48.8 percent of women’s participation in all sports.
I am sure many people will agree with me if I say that one of the best ways to spend the autumn evening is to lay under a warm blanket with a cup of tea or cocoa and read a great book. During the last quarantine in spring, we recommended quite a number of movies for you to watch. In case you like to read and have some spare time during the pandemic, I would also like to recommend to you some excellent Czech authors that you should try!
Have you ever considered working in the Czech Republic? With a stable and dynamic economy and a convenient central European location, the country is full of opportunities for expats all over the world. Whether you are considering a move to the Czech Republic or already live here and are planning to grow your career, check out our article and find out more advantages of working in this marvelous country.
I have spent the last months saying: I must learn French. I thought it would be helpful in getting a job in my field of interest (international cooperation) and open up several possibilities in terms of mobility, specifically the Middle East and former French colonies in Africa. Nevertheless, when I had free time I lacked […]