Czechs are proud of their country and especially of the capital city of Prague. Here, I have collected some unique facts about the Czech Republic that you may don’t know. Enjoy!
Meet Tatiana Raszkova – our Relocation Consultant at Foreigners Brno office! For her outstanding performance and reaching her goal last year, she was rewarded with a vacation trip to the Maldives. For the first time in Foreigners history, someone was rewarded with such a trip! In this interview, we will ask her about her job responsibilities, hobbies, favourite places in Brno, and, of course, her trip to the Maldives!
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!
The Czech Republic is famous for its numerous wonderful castles. Almost in every corner of the Czech Republic, there is a castle — an old one with an interesting ancient history. We have great news for those who live in Brno. You have an opportunity to visit 5 of them, and the road takes only one hour to get there!
Travel in Prague’s city center will become more complicated, as a key stretch of tram track will be closed temporarily. Due to tram track renovations at the intersection of Lazarská and Spálená streets, tram service will be suspended in both directions in the Lazarská – Jindřišská track section from Thursday, Oct. 18, at 4:30 am to Monday, Oct. 29, at 4:30 am.
Being a central station a lot of lines will be affected mainly the night time ones that go across the center of Wenceslas Square.