Brno is a city in South Moravia and also the second largest city in the Czech Republic. There are many things to do as Brno has been flourishing now more than ever, many companies raising up, new cafés and restaurants popping up, still cosy but dynamic and attracting not only tourists but also international companies that set up their office here. In this article, I have collected some places you must visit once you are in Brno – no matter if only just as a tourist or a long-term resident. Enjoy!
Time goes by and there is hardly a year without bureaucracy changes in the Czech Republic. Amount of regular payments we have to do, law issues, immigration processes. 2020 is no different. Starting January 1st, the MOI office no longer makes copies of certain documents. However, these changes may differ from office to office.
Prague city, among other fascinating things, is known for its beauty and unique architecture, very typical of Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque styles. Its homes possess details that differ from other countries. In this article, I’ll try to compare buildings in Prague to those Aveiro, a coastal city in the center of Portugal, where I come from. For this purpose, I will be focusing on historical buildings.
There come times in the life of every human when they simply don’t function well: sometimes we lack motivation or a nudge to finally make something happen and to get things in order. One cloudy autumn morning at the conference held by Foreigners brought lucky visitors the flow of inspiration and encouragement to make their lives more fulfilled and well-balanced.
Meet Karel Tumlíř, the youngest Relocation Consultant at Foreigners Brno (so far)! Thanks to his focused mind and hard work he got promoted and was even elected as a so called Player of the Month of November, all in the same day! He speaks five languages and has many interesting hobbies that you can discover throughout this interview.