Living in Brno
While Prague has long been a travelers’ destination, Brno, just 210km to the east, is Czech Republic’s second city. The capital city of Moravia, Brno, sits in the heart of wine country and proudly displays its rich history and culture with an array of excellent galleries and museums, a brooding castle fortress, and traditional Moravian folk festivals. Brno is also a university city with an abundance of concerts, music festivals, and film festivals to entertain their diverse residents.
Being centrally located, Brno is also the perfect starting point for traveling around Europe. Students can easily plan weekend trips to Vienna, Cracow, Prague, Budapest, Pilsen (home of the Pilsner Brewing Company), Dresden, Munich, Berlin, Croatia and more.
A – Z Guide for international students in Brno
Are you lost with all information about your stay abroad at CA Institute, our TEFL program or IDRAC? About your stay in Brno or in the Czech Republic in general?
Don’t worry. We made this special guide for you so that you will have everything in order from your decision to study with us, through your arrival and stay all the way up to your departure and return trip home.
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