The Czech Republic, the Central European country is the most liberal European country regarding lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT+) rights according to CEE New Perspectives. For example, it was the first post-communist nation to legalize same-sex registered partnerships from other European nations.
If you’re planning to purchase an apartment in the Czech Republic in order to rent it out, we strongly recommend you to draw your attention to such things as furnishing, facilities, building, big or small rooms and so on. It can play a major role in the rental price you’ll establish for those who would want to live in your apartment.
Many people are strongly interested in purchasing property in the territory of the European Union. The Czech Republic is considered one of the best options for purchasing according to the latest statistics – it’s ranked among the most developed countries in the world. Brno is also keeping up: it’s the second largest city in the country and the number of expats is growing every year and currently, it’s about 50,000 foreign students and expats living in Brno.
Would you like to improve your English and have fun at the same time? Forget about boring coursebooks, we have something more interesting for you! Meet Nina, an English teacher in Brno, who has been providing English courses for women successfully for 15 years in a unique way. Do you want to know more about Nina and her project? Read further!
Many of us require a daily dose of caffeine to survive a hectic day and to make the most out of it. For some people, a simple instant coffee will suffice as long as it’s effective, whereas others require a special grind, sort and certain way of preparation. Luckily, if you live in Brno, your options are limitless. The Brno coffee scene offers a wide variety of different cafes: from small coffee shops to noisy and lively bars. Here’s the list of the top 8 cafés we recommend you visit while you’re staying in Brno!
Would you like to finally have good order in the quality of your meals or in the way how to relieve the pain of your muscles and joints in the long term? Would you like to train regularly but you are missing a will? Do you have a bunch of friends or colleagues who would like to train under the guidance of an expert? The solution comes in the shape of the Moose Power project.
This June has prepared something very special for us: a performance of Maori cultural group. The group takes its origin in New Zealand. This year, they celebrate 155 years since first Czechs arrived to New Zealand and settled in a town called Puhoi, located in the Northern island. Their performance is truly unique and filled with traditional dance and songs and will take place at ArtBar Druhý Pád on June 4. Below you can read a short interview with Frank Tomas Grapl, the leader of native Maori cultural performance group Whakaari Rotorua.