Step-by-Step Guide on Obligations to Enter the Czech Republic

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the state of emergency has been extended until 22 January 2021. The current restrictions come along with it. What these restrictions affecting the entry to the Czech Republic are, becomes perhaps one of the biggest questions on everyone’s mind.

Find Colourful Stones in Olomouc and Join in This Nationwide Pastime

You may have come across some painted stones while walking through the city of Olomouc nowadays. No, they’re not homework from art class forgotten by random kids but a nationwide pastime. You can join in and have fun by painting stones and/or placing them in different locations so that other people could notice them. The person that finds the stone could move it somewhere else. This way, the painted stones can travel, for example, to the other end of the country or even abroad.

Project Kamenná: Brand New and Irresistible Apartments for Sale in Brno

Living in the center but at the same time having nature at your fingertips is a dream of most of us, especially of people in big cities. And now, this dream is coming true. Luxury, quality and timeless building materials – that’s the Kamenná project. The untraditional complex of apartments for sale in Brno are perfect both for staying and as investment housing mainly for its location just a stone throw away from the city center.

Kamenná Apartments for Rent: Brand New Complex with Nature at Hand

Are you seeking a modern place for living in Brno? Have you ever heard of Kamenná street? It is a quiet street but, yet located in the middle of the pulsing city life. And now, one of the extraordinary apartments of the new complex there can become your beloved home. Take your chance to stay in a town while enjoying a calm oasis you are surrounded by. Move to Kammenná apartments and live the life of higher standards close to nature in the city of Brno. Does it sound tempting? Keep reading!

Coronavirus in Czechia: More COVID-19 Restrictions to Be Loosened on Thursday

On Thursday, December 3 more of the COVID-19 restrictions will be released in accordance with the PES system as decided by the Czech government on Sunday, November 29. Possibly the biggest changes relate to opening stores and restaurants, though the limit on the number of people at stores remains in place. At the same time, the Minister of Health suggested another extension of the state of emergency.

Coronavirus in Czechia: Limits on the Number of People in Stores

From Wednesday, November 18, the government introduced a limit on the number of people present in stores at the same time to further decrease the number of new COVID-19 cases. This was decided by the government on Monday, November 16, after photos of stores like Lidl being packed with people started circulating on social media. At the same time, opening hours of stores were extended to 9:00 PM so everyone would be able to do their grocery shopping.

Coronavirus in Czechia: Releasing Restrictions in Accordance with PES System

The Czech government has introduced a so-called PES system (“Protiepidemický systém” for long and also “dog” in Czech) – a guide for releasing the restrictions introduced to combat the coronavirus pandemic. This plan uses five different levels and a score ranging from 1 to 100 to describe the current epidemiological situation in Czechia. In accordance with the levels and the score, the current restrictions will be either released or – if the situation starts getting worse again – tightened.

Tenant’s Manual: Feel at Home in the Czech Republic

Are you moving to the Czech Republic? Living abroad is an exciting but challenging experience at the same time. Sometimes, renting an apartment can be complicated and we certainly want you to feel at home abroad! That’s why it’s useful to have someone or something to help you out. We prepared the tenant’s manual to make it easier for you and we have summed up some important points.

Tips to Trade Second-Hand in Czechia: It’s Better Than You Think

Did you just move into your new home and have a lot of stuff on your shopping list? Maybe a new table, a reading lamp, a cooking wok or a comfortable chair? Or vice versa, you are going to move out, and you need to get rid of everything in your flat. Or you are one of those people who care about the planet and try to reduce their carbon footprint.