#LifeInCzechia If you’re planning to move to Brno, navigating the city’s public transport system can be a bit intimidating. However, worry not; I definitely recommend buying a travel pass, which locals call šalinkarta. I’m here to simplify the process of buying prepaid tickets for Brno zones 100 and 101! Residents and frequent travelers commonly use these zones for everyday commuting, making them essential.
#LifeInCzechia For readers of any faction it’s not always feasible to continuously purchase books. In those cases it’s vital to know about other resources that will sate their curiosities like libraries. In the city of Brno there are several options of public libraries where anyone is welcome including expats. In this blog post we’ll be exploring which public libraries accept foreigners, the amenities they offer, and the hours of operation.
#LifeInCzechia Moving to a new place can be an exciting adventure, but it also comes with a unique set of challenges, including the potential strain on your mental health. Adjusting to unfamiliar surroundings, building new relationships, and coping with the upheaval can be overwhelming. However, by prioritizing self-care and implementing strategies to support your mental well-being, you can navigate this transitional period with greater ease.
#LifeInCzechia One skill that I’ve been taught that is important to have is the ability to be comfortable being uncomfortable. What I mean by this is having the ability to adapt and persevere in new situations. While it’s common to immediately seek comfort and familiarity, it’s important to recognize the value in embracing discomfort and stepping outside of your comfort zone. Your mindset will change in a positive way when you learn the ability of being comfortable being uncomfortable.
#LifeInCzechia When traveling around Czechia you’ll need to figure out which type of transportation is best for you to get around. In doing so you’ll find that there are several options. Planes, trains, buses, trams, the list goes on and on. Depending on where you’re attempting to travel, the location will affect the number of options that you have to choose from, so it’s very important that you do research on how to get to the destination and how you’ll get around while you’re there.
#LifeInCzechia When traveling to a new place, particularly if you’re unfamiliar with the language, it is essential to acquire a basic understanding of a few phrases in the local language. This can create a deeper connection between yourself and the culture, people, and your own experience. You don’t need to memorize all of these phrases […]
#LifeInCzechia When it comes to location, Czechia is in a great position as it’s known as the “Heart of Europe.” With Germany to the west, Austria to the south, Slovakia to the east, and Poland to the north, Czechia has lots of options for weekend trips. However those aren’t the only options for a weekend trip. The main difficulty in planning a weekend trip is figuring out where you want to go. When I plan my weekend trips I follow three basic steps.
#LifeInCzechia Kids play a special role in our lives – whether it is your kid, sibling, nephew or anyone else you could think of. That’s why they also have their own day – June 1st is marked as International Children’s Day. It is a celebration of children’s freedom and rights. As every culture celebrates it differently, let’s take a look at how it goes in Czechia!