Domeq: A Prestigious and Easy Way to Rent an Apartment in Brno

Brno is a city that pulls in a high number of non-natives: expats, understudies, wanderers. All these people look for accommodation – that’s why there is Domeq, a building where the living conditions are incredibly comfortable! Domeq opened its entryways almost a year ago and since then has been hosting hundreds of residents.

Domeq: A wonder of architecture

Prior to my entry in Brno, I was searching for a place that would be near the city center and to my workplace. Anyway, it was extremely to find a place for 3 months. Every landlord that I reached answered a couple of months was too short a period. And rent prices were a little bit higher than I could afford as a student. My budget was about 6 000 CZK per month and due to the fact that I didn’t know anyone in town, it felt a bit awkward for me to go for a shared flat. With the huge help of Foreigners, I could find a room in a village nearby. I was even thinking about living in Ostrava (where I stayed at my friend’s house, temporarily) and coming to Brno every day. So, my humble advice to you, do not be like me. 🙂

Domeq has modern and well designed apartments.

You do not need to waste your time and energy to search flats, particularly when there is Domeq. It is a modern place providing affordable and stylish accommodation within a dynamic social community. It is located only a few minutes from the Brno city center. There are a lot of options according to your needs. Single rooms, double rooms or apartments. You may also rent your flat for a short-term staying. Right now Domeq is full. But in a few weeks, there will be a few apartments available. If you don’t want to miss them, hurry up and set your place in advance.

Just bring your personal stuff, you will not need anything else.

You can find more information about Domeq at its Facebook page and Instagram page. Contact Foreigners at or go via if you want to make your reservation.


Baris Basbogaoglu

Hey there, I am a Turkish teacher, student, traveler and Greenpeace volunteer. Ready to share my Czechia knowledge with you. Enjoy!

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