Moving to another country is always challenging. It’s like taking a big leap into the unknown. Everything becomes new and unexplored. The best way to limit stress or bad experiences is to prepare yourself as well as possible for this new adventure. As a new expatriate in the Czech Republic, I don’t necessarily have the required hindsight on some topics, but I will share with you my first impressions of the country.
We do almost everything online, especially nowadays when the global pandemic is at its peak. So, why not go grocery shopping online? It’s fast and convenient in several ways. Don’t want to leave the comfort of your home? Do you have more important things to do than wasting your precious time on shopping? Don’t want to drag heavy bags? Go online shopping! This article introduces six online grocery services that are definitely worth trying!
Are you worried you won’t be able to properly celebrate the St. Valentine’s day that falls on Sunday, February 14 since there are no restaurants or cafés open due to the current coronavirus situation? Keep reading to find a few tips on how to spice up this popular feast of love if you live in Prague!
Last week on Brno Instagram we prompted you with a question ‘what is your favourite café in Brno?’ The intention was to support both our and your favourite businesses and of course to unfold new places where to enjoy the beverage of mortals: the coffee! Have a look through your top picks of Brno’s hidden coffee gems.
All the restaurants in the Czech Republic have closed again due to coronavirus countermeasures, so there’s no possibility to have dinner at your favorite restaurant? Or you miss food from your country and don’t know where to find it? I wrote the second list of great restaurants for you, where you can order delicious food online.
It’s the morning of December 24. The long-awaited day has come – Christmas Eve. The cookies are baked, everything is beautifully tidy, the decorated Christmas tree smells gorgeously and the family is together. How do we – Czechs spend Christmas Day? In fact, each family has its own customs and traditions, but let’s see what activities are most common during this magical day.
The government announced that the Czech Republic will move back to the highest 5th level of the anti-epidemic PES system from Sunday, December 27. Due to the increased number of infected people by Covid-19, the Minister of Health Jan Blatný decided to announce new measures, that will last until 10 January 2021.
Do you already have any plans for the Christmas holiday? What about baking? Besides watching Christmas movies, you can make delicious cookies by yourself! Isn’t it a great way of spending your free time? Maybe it could be a present for your friends or family, the gifts made by yourself are always the best ones!
Christmas undoubtedly includes Christmas Eve dinner, which is also the highlight of Christmas Eve. People are dressed very nicely and all the families get together. Czechs care a lot about the traditional Christmas menu, which is served on the evening of December 24. So what are the original and traditional recipes? The fish soup and fried carp with potato salad.