With the current coronavirus situation in the Czech Republic, we are kind of forced to stay at home for the sake of us and our co-citizens. So, some of you may be running out of what-to-do-next ideas. You’ve cleaned the whole apartment twice, you disinfected every surface, you did your laundry for the whole month, you emptied your fridge, you’ve possibly gained a few kilos lately and now you are sitting there on a chair thinking “What now?” Well, if you are not planning on working out to lose the extra kilos, just continue reading.
Anyone who is living or has ever been to Domeq knows that this modern accommodation house is located near the newly built business park – Vlněna Office Park. But when it comes to having lunch, where should one be headed? Here we present to you our own tips on various places where to grab a quick bite or have dinner during weekdays in Vlněna Business Park!
Brno is a lucky city since there are many places serving delicious Indian food. When I moved to Brno earlier this year, I didn’t know that and I was looking for an Indian restaurant that would remind me of home and meals I love. One of my German friends told me that in Brno there are more than a dozen Indian restaurants. I was surprised because Brno is a very small city. He also told me that people here really like to eat vegetarian food. Being a traveller and big-time foodie, I decided to try three Indian restaurants here in Brno and give you a tip for some more. Have a look at what I have discovered!
Brno is a city in South Moravia and also the second largest city in the Czech Republic. There are many things to do as Brno has been flourishing now more than ever, many companies raising up, new cafés and restaurants popping up, still cosy but dynamic and attracting not only tourists but also international companies that set up their office here. In this article, I have collected some places you must visit once you are in Brno – no matter if only just as a tourist or a long-term resident. Enjoy!
Has it ever surprise you that there’s a place called “Sapa, little Hanoi” in Prague? Sapa, isn’t it a town of Vietnam, 9.026 kilometers far from the Czech Republic? Well, you are right and wrong! If you haven’t noticed yet, you can experience Vietnamese culture and visit authentic Vietnamese market while living in the Czech Republic.
Prague has many places that serve delicious Indian food. Recently, I took a short trip to Prague from Brno. As I was very hungry, I was looking for some good Indian restaurant near me, and I came across this really nice Indian restaurant, which was just on a walking distance from the bus station (Florence). It’s Indian by Nature on Pernerova street 478/1, 186 00 Karlín.