#LifeInCzechia Are you visiting Pilsen anytime soon? If it is not in your plan yet, it will definitely change after you check our list of the top events in Pilsen. Visit a Movie festival or Traditional market! Let’s take a look together.
Top 7 Events in Brno
#LifeInCzechia What to do in Brno? Although there are great spots to chill, there are many options for cultural, gastro or sports events – as a student city, it is a hub for great ideas and even better events. Let us show you our favorites on this list!
In Search of Some Zen in Brno? Start Your Yoga Journey at Domeq!
#LifeInCzechia Can you use some stretching? Number of studies show that yoga helps reduce stress and anxiety, so you feel relieved both physically and mentally afterwards. It is becoming more and more popular nowadays since many people have a fast lifestyle. That’s why we would like to invite you to practice yoga at Domeq Brno!
Confidence and Courage: Women’s Leadership Empowerment Conference is Coming on 8–10 March!
#ForeignersRecommends Ladies, when was the last time you felt truly confident? International Women’s Day is around the corner, so it’s time to think about how we can empower ourselves and other women to feel good, especially as expats living in a foreign environment. Prague Training Academy proudly announces the second Women’s Leadership Empowerment Conference, taking place on 8–10 March 2023 in a hybrid format. Are you in?
Principal Royal Ballet London Dancers to Perform La Bayadère Gala in National Theatre Brno
If you’re a fan of ballet, you can start dusting off your fanciest dresses and suits! On 8 February 2022, do not miss Ludwig Minkus’s La Bayadère Gala presented by National Theatre Brno and starring principal Royal Ballet London dancers in lead roles. This premiere will take place in Janáček Theatre and there are still tickets up for grabs. Snatch them before they’re gone!
DANCE BRNO 2021: A Festival of Czech Professional Ballet Is Here and Tickets Are Still Available!
Are you a fan of ballet? DANCE BRNO festival is back after a hiatus of two years and it will surely make you want to put on your fancy clothes! The event, taking place on 18-23 October, offers a showcase of almost the entire Czech professional ballet scene. The programme includes performances by companies from Prague, Pilsen, Ostrava, Olomouc, České Budějovice, and Brno. Audiences will be able to see both original works and famous pieces by world-renowned choreographers.
Domeq Opened Doors to Public During Open House Brno 2021, Visited by over 17 000 Guests
Domeq residential building participated in the 4th edition of Open House Brno, which attracted over 17 000 visitors. This annual festival allows people to visit places in Brno they don’t typically get to see – rare historical monuments or unique projects and private buildings. Domeq became a popular destination as it is a unique coliving project in Brno.
Coronavirus in Czechia: Restaurant Gardens and Outdoor Events to Resume Business on 17 May, High Schools to Reopen a Week Later
More restriction relaxations are coming on 17 and 24 May, as the chamber of deputies confirmed on Monday. These relaxations will include the reopening of restaurant gardens, the resuming of outdoor cultural events and the reopening of more schools.
Czechia Fights Against Inequality Between Women and Men’s Wages
Inequality of men and women is a topic that should be discussed by all. Unfortunately, not all the people are familiar with the severity of this issue. Thousands of organizations and campaigns all across the planet are trying to introduce the public to the importance of this topic. In the Czech Republic, one of these organizations is, Business & Professional Women CR z.s (BPWCR). This year, BPWCR is organizing the 12th annual Equal Pay Day conference in March, with the name “Count with us” to fight this serious problem.
Coronavirus in Czechia: More COVID-19 Restrictions to Be Loosened on Thursday
On Thursday, December 3 more of the COVID-19 restrictions will be released in accordance with the PES system as decided by the Czech government on Sunday, November 29. Possibly the biggest changes relate to opening stores and restaurants, though the limit on the number of people at stores remains in place. At the same time, the Minister of Health suggested another extension of the state of emergency.