If you have decided to move to the Czech Republic, perhaps you are asking yourself whether you’ll be accepted in your new home. There are many reasons to be concerned about moving to a country whose citizens you have possibly never met. In case you think you may struggle with being accepted, let me try to soothe your soul at least a bit and present you Czechs the way they are.
Sven, the Chef from Domeq Who’s Food Is Supposed to be a Hurricane in the Mouth
Life has a lot to offer and Sven, the former resident of Domeq, knows this very well. He came to the Czech Republic from Germany, where he was born and raised. His main reason to move to Brno was to gain new experiences and see what kind of a person he’s become with all the adventures he has been through in the past 32 years.
Tip for Trips: Boating on Czech Rivers
We Czechs may not have a sea but that doesn’t mean that we don’t like boating. I personally went boating on Vltava but I am also going to give you some general tips for boating. There are several rivers in the Czech Republic that allow you to drive a boat in it and each of them offers an entirely different cultural experience.
The Exciting Journey of Domeq So Far
Domeq has been through quite a journey since the beginning of the year. Together we have managed the COVID situation well. Three disinfections of the whole facility later, Domeq is pretty much full and occupied by long-term tenants. Today, seven months after the beginning of the year, we bring you a summary of this very productive year so far.
The Minimum of A Czech Tenant: How to Find an Apartment
When renting an apartment in the Czech Republic, you may encounter multiple tricky situations that you may not have foreseen. How do security deposits work? Is it guaranteed that you will get it back? What is required to do to get them back? What do you need to watch out for when searching for an apartment? How to choose your landlord? All of these are frequently asked questions and today we come to you with a comprehensive article to answer them.
Coronavirus in Czechia: Face Masks Returning
In the past couple of weeks, the number of people newly infected with coronavirus has been rising in several countries, the Czech Republic being no exception. For this reason the Czech government announced that certain countermeasures will be reintroduced in order to prevent another massive spread of the new disease.
Coronavirus in Czechia: The First Wave Continues. What about the Second One?
The member states of the EU have mostly reopened their borders for the other EU member states which makes traveling across Europe much easier. Many people are therefore using the opportunity to travel as much as they can. This is despite the fact that the numbers of newly infected people are rising again in many of these European countries. Lots of people are now wondering whether there will be a second wave of COVID-19, or it will be just the continuation of the first one.
Tip for a Trip: Moravian Karst
Unless you’re a passionate fan of spelunking, you might think that caves are boring. After all, they’re dark, wet, narrow, and probably full of bats – who are known carriers of dangerous diseases, among other things – and that’s pretty much about it, right? No? If you are one of those people who agree with that statement, then let me try to change your mind because there is one area in the Czech Republic known for its fascinating caves. It lies in the middle of beautiful forests that look like from brothers Grimm’s fairy tales. But don’t worry – there are no evil old witches lurking within!
PetSitting5: Professional & Home-Feeling Pet Sitting in Prague
Are you looking for a professional pet sitter with individualized and personalized care? Are you not really fond of standard big hotels for dogs with cages where you never know who takes care of your beloved pet? Do you need someone to look after your four paws friend when you have an appointment or go on a business trip? We would like to introduce you to PetSitting5, an English-speaking pet sitting service in Prague.
Why is Life in the City Centre Exciting?
Last week, I was out with my friends. When we decided to go home, it was getting pretty late, so my friends were thinking about which night bus to take. I walked them to the bus station, and they asked me which night bus I am taking. I responded by saying: “None, I am walking back home.” This response got me a lot of weirded-out looks.