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Paul Zimmerer

"Over InterNations, I quickly got in touch with some business partners in Prague and other cities in the Eastern European market. "

Barbara Sciera

"Via Internations, I found the coziest venues and expat hang-outs in Prague - far away from the typical tourists traps."

Our Community of Expatriates in Brno Is Pleased to Meet You!

Dobrý den! Welcome to Brno, Czech Republic's second biggest city and the cultural center of South Moravia! If you're looking for a genuine Czech experience away from the tourist-heavy streets of Prague, Brno offers excellent opportunities. And at InterNations, our social network provides excellent tools for making connections with fellow expats and adjusting to the way of life in this captivating Czech city. Our member base comprises a diverse mix of expats living and working in Brno, all of whom can offer valuable insights into the way of life in the city. By joining InterNations, it's easy to get answers to key questions such as salary expectations in Brno, the best districts for finding an apartment in the city, and what to expect from Czech etiquette and local customs. We also encourage you to share your own experiences of life in this historic but cosmopolitan city.

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  • Moving to Brno

    As the second biggest city in Czech Republic, Brno is a multicultural city plenty of cultural offers and things to do. With an unique weather formed for oceanic and continental climate it has cold winters with hot and humid summers. Read more about the city, the climate, and the visas in the our expat guide.
  • Living in Brno

    Living in Brno can be an experience full of culture due to the numerous historical buildings can be found in the city, which is surrounded by a strong cultural history. As a Czech city, Brno has a good public healthcare system but expat school system with German lectures. English lectures can be found in private schools. Find out more in our expat guide!
  • Working in Brno

    Depends of your nationality and studies working permits can be more or less difficult. As a European city people from EU can get it easier. Once in, it is a great place to live and work and not something that anyone could regret. Read up our expat guide to know more also about local economy and income taxation!

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Expat Life & Facts about the Local Economy in Brno

Situated at the heart of the eastern region of Moravia, with excellent transport links to Prague, Vienna, and Bratislava, Brno is a thriving center of business and education that combines a busy urban atmosphere with an authentic Czech personality and a nightlife that, while lively and varied, is considerably less raucous than the tourist-fueled clubs of the Czech capital. A strategically attractive location with strong links to three major central European capitals, Brno attracts considerable business and foreign investment, with key industries including manufacturing, pharmaceuticals and the services sector. The city also has a large student population and a healthy tourist industry, with colorful festivities taking place throughout the year. With all the modern amenities you could wish for and stunning landscapes right on your door, Brno offers a fabulous experience for expats in search of the "real" Czech Republic.

Get to Know Fellow Expats in Brno

Making a new start in a foreign city is always easier with advice and support from somebody who knows the area. At InterNations we provide access to insights and recommendations from dozens of people living and working in Brno — from recent arrivals to long-time residents. By encouraging a policy of honesty, respect, and good manners, we hope to provide an open and welcoming platform for you to share your experiences and find the answers to any question you may have. You might be looking for practical guidance such as which districts offer the best international schools, how to go about obtaining a Czech driver's license, or where to obtain financial advice from a Czech-speaking professional. Not only are our members happy to help with such questions, our dedicated guide articles on life in the Czech Republic also cover many of these topics! Alternatively, you may want to use our community to make social connections — such as finding tips for the best venues to hear live music in the city, joining a sports club, or sampling some world famous Czech beer. Our InterNations Groups are the perfect chance to do so. Whether you're looking to make business or social connections, why not come along to one of our regular InterNations Official Events, hosted in a local venue for a relaxed and informal atmosphere?

Paul Zimmerer

"Over InterNations, I quickly got in touch with some business partners in Prague and other cities in the Eastern European market. "

Barbara Sciera

"Via Internations, I found the coziest venues and expat hang-outs in Prague - far away from the typical tourists traps."

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