How to Celebrate Halloween in the Czech Republic This Year?

Halloween is probably one of the most mysterious and scary holidays in the world. Do you celebrate it in your country? Do you know that in the Czech Republic we have a different holiday similar to Halloween? We would like to tell you more about the history of this Czech holiday that falls on November 2 and share some suggestions on how you could enjoy Halloween vibes during this unusual coronavirus time. 

Beep & Go: Easy Way of Paying for Public Transport in Brno

Are you going to move to Brno soon? Do you plan to use public transport to get to school or work? If your answer is yes, read on and find out more detailed information. Brno has a new way of buying a ticket for public transport. Just Beep & Go! Contactless ticket purchase — no paper, no registration, no worries!

Top Cinemas in Prague 

During this uneasy period, when we all have to adapt to new circumstances, it is very simple to get depressed. Isn’t it a wonderful chance to go to the cinema theatre and switch your attention to a different reality? Take an enormous popcorn box, coca-cola, and stuff yourself.  Or maybe you will just spice up your free time when you are going out with your friends, watching a new blockbuster. 

Coronavirus in Czechia: Foreign Partners of Czech and EU Citizens May Enter the Country

As of September 21, foreign partners of Czech or EU citizens can enter the Czech Republic even if the couple is still unmarried, as announced by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. This had been previously possible only under strict conditions. This eventually changed to make family reunification easier.

Coronavirus in Czechia: Face Masks Mandatory in Schools and Restrictions on Travelling from the Country

On September 18, the number of people newly infected with coronavirus already exceeded 3 000 new cases per day. The Czech government has been recently reintroducing some countermeasures as a response to the alarming spread of the virus. There is a possibility that even more restrictive countermeasures will be put in place in the near future. Besides that, several countries marked the Czech Republic as a non-safe country.

Sven, the Chef from Domeq Who’s Food Is Supposed to be a Hurricane in the Mouth

Life has a lot to offer and Sven, the former resident of Domeq, knows this very well. He came to the Czech Republic from Germany, where he was born and raised. His main reason to move to Brno was to gain new experiences and see what kind of a person he’s become with all the adventures he has been through in the past 32 years.

The Exciting Journey of Domeq So Far

Domeq has been through quite a journey since the beginning of the year. Together we have managed the COVID situation well. Three disinfections of the whole facility later, Domeq is pretty much full and occupied by long-term tenants. Today, seven months after the beginning of the year, we bring you a summary of this very productive year so far.

The Minimum of A Czech Tenant: How to Find an Apartment

When renting an apartment in the Czech Republic, you may encounter multiple tricky situations that you may not have foreseen. How do security deposits work? Is it guaranteed that you will get it back? What is required to do to get them back? What do you need to watch out for when searching for an apartment? How to choose your landlord? All of these are frequently asked questions and today we come to you with a comprehensive article to answer them.

When Opportunity Meets Creativity, History Is Made, Says Kim, a Domeq Tenant

Last week, while drinking my morning coffee at the lobby area at Domeq, I had the opportunity to have an interesting conversation with Kim Lougart, one of our tenants there.

Kim relocated to the Czech Republic from Denmark a year ago and has been living in Brno ever since while working at Infosys, a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting.