Many people are strongly interested in purchasing property in the territory of the European Union. The Czech Republic is considered one of the best options for purchasing according to the latest statistics – it’s ranked among the most developed countries in the world. Brno is also keeping up: it’s the second largest city in the country and the number of expats is growing every year and currently, it’s about 50,000 foreign students and expats living in Brno.
Articles about living in the Czech Republic – whether they are about real estate, tips, useful information, things that expats need/should know, etc.
Umut from Turkey: There Is a Bit of Christopher Columbus in Me
Meet Umut, an expat from Turkey who has been living and working in Brno for several years. Conversation with him was full of fun and motivational moments! Find out what coffee shops he likes in Brno and what he thinks about Czechs in the interview below!
Relocation Agency vs. Real Estate – What’s the Difference?
Surely many of you have encountered the term “relocation agency,” especially if you have already used any kind of Foreigners services. But what does it actually mean and how is it different from the term “real estate agency”? In this article, we gathered all of the answers from our relocation consultants at Foreigners.
8 Cafés You Definitely Have to Visit in Brno
Many of us require a daily dose of caffeine to survive a hectic day and to make the most out of it. For some people, a simple instant coffee will suffice as long as it’s effective, whereas others require a special grind, sort and certain way of preparation. Luckily, if you live in Brno, your options are limitless. The Brno coffee scene offers a wide variety of different cafes: from small coffee shops to noisy and lively bars. Here’s the list of the top 8 cafés we recommend you visit while you’re staying in Brno!
Moose Power Project: Summer Programs for Physical and Mental Strength Development
Would you like to finally have good order in the quality of your meals or in the way how to relieve the pain of your muscles and joints in the long term? Would you like to train regularly but you are missing a will? Do you have a bunch of friends or colleagues who would like to train under the guidance of an expert? The solution comes in the shape of the Moose Power project.
Buy or Sell Property in the Czech Republic with Foreigners
After 10 years of providing a wide range of supportive activities for expats in the Czech Republic, Foreigners is coming up with a new service: besides apartment rentals, we can assist you when you decide to either purchase or sell a property in the Czech Republic.
Meet a Master Multitasker: the Relocation Consultant Zdeněk from our Pilsen office
Juggling between work and social life can be hard sometimes, we all know that. Our colleague Zdeněk has the game quite figured out: he´s now working on getting his Master´s degree in International Relations in the West-Bohemia University, doing 1-year research for the University as well, has an internship at the Institue of International Relations in Prague, working full-time for Foreigners as a Relocation Consultant and still manage to have enough time for his family, girlfriend, friends and travelling the world. Let´s get to know him a little better!
A Turkish Student Müge: It’s Surprising for Me How Czechs Handle So Much Beer
If you have visited any Foreigners event in Brno at least once, you might’ve seen a cheerful and friendly Turkish girl who is nothing but positive energy and constant smiles. Why does she attend events for expats on a regular basis and what does she do in Brno? Find out in the interview!
Fulfil Your Travel Dreams While Working at Lufthansa InTouch Brno
Loads of people dream of having a job which would allow them to travel cheap and high standard during their vacation while feeling useful and needed at their workplace. Are you one of them and eager to find a job just like this? We might have one for you: work for Lufthansa InTouch Brno and see your dreams come true!
PR & Marketing Internship at Foreigners – from the Intern’s Point of View
I do not like to repeat what has been said already but I think it is appropriate to introduce myself. My name is Hana and I am studying in Denmark. I am a Czech citizen, but I needed a change, so I decided to move to another country, where I had never been before, to study.