Only a two hour trip west from Prague, Pilsen has proven to be a wonderful location for a day trip to learn how the ever-so-popular “Pilsner Urquell” is made.
“To travel is to take a journey into yourself” – Danny Kaye For the average expat, truer words have never been spoken. Having moved from Canada to the Czech Republic over a year and a half ago, I can confidently say that my experiences while living abroad have imprinted an everlasting impression on my identity. […]
“Culture shock – a feeling of doubt, or nervousness caused by being in a place (such as a foreign country) that is very different from what you are used to” (Merriam-Webster Dictionary). Experiencing culture shock is something that many expats can relate to. It is something that we at Foreigners.cz attempt to minimize by helping expats […]
The International School of Brno is an institution that provides students from kindergarten to grade 10 (and soon 11th and 12th) from all over the world with the education and skills to be committed, lifelong, and successful learners. We stopped by ISB for an exclusive tour and an interview with the General Coordinator. Check out what ISB offers students, the community, and what we talked about during our interview.
On Saturday, February 23rd at 9:00 a.m., I was waiting at the central train station to catch a tram to a badminton tournament when I glanced over and noticed some people holding badminton racquets. I knew we were heading to the same place – the first badminton tournament with Foreigners.cz. Jaroslav Zůda was the man […]