From Monday 0:00 AM, March 16, no tourists will be allowed to enter the country, even if they arrive from safe countries. That means that all foreigners who need to get into the Czech Republic but don’t have a residence permit, have to return by this time.
The Czech government declared a state of emergency and it is only natural that the latest countermeasures regarding the coronavirus pandemic left many foreigners scared. Often even the Czech citizens themselves struggle to make sense of the recent regulations. There are, however, two important dates you should keep in your mind: March 13 and March 16.
Anyone who is living or has ever been to Domeq knows that this modern accommodation house is located near the newly built business park – Vlněna Office Park. But when it comes to having lunch, where should one be headed? Here we present to you our own tips on various places where to grab a quick bite or have dinner during weekdays in Vlněna Business Park!
The Czech Republic has 41 patients with the new virus for now, and the Czech Ministry of Health has announced some extraordinary measures. Therefore, from March 10, 18 PM, all public events with more than 100 people will be called off, while the previous ban covered only events with more than 5000 people.
Arriving in a new country, for most people, is not an easy task. You are leaving your comfort zone, and you have a lot of questions and uncertainties hovering in your head, right? However, for someone like me who has started living abroad recently, the first big question that came up was how to find a place to live during my stay in the Czech Republic. This process isn’t always easy. So, to simplify that, it is important to be as well informed as possible. Therefore, in this article, we will tell you some recommendations, rights, and obligations that concern you as a tenant to ensure that everything runs smoothly during your stay in the country.
Are you planning to travel to the Czech Republic? Have you got a job here or have been selected to a Czech university? Are you confused about what to take with you or I should say what are the necessary items to pack? Don’t worry, I am a traveller myself so I know how difficult it is to load your life into one (not so large) suitcase. Here are my tips and hacks which may make the start of your new journey easier.
Brno is a lucky city since there are many places serving delicious Indian food. When I moved to Brno earlier this year, I didn’t know that and I was looking for an Indian restaurant that would remind me of home and meals I love. One of my German friends told me that in Brno there are more than a dozen Indian restaurants. I was surprised because Brno is a very small city. He also told me that people here really like to eat vegetarian food. Being a traveller and big-time foodie, I decided to try three Indian restaurants here in Brno and give you a tip for some more. Have a look at what I have discovered!