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Brno is the second largest city in the Czech Republic and the largest city in the historical Moravian region. Founded around the year 1000, the city acted as one of historical capitals of the region, and today is home to many institutions related to Moravian history and culture.
Brno is an important stop on the Prague–Vienna and Prague–Bratislava–Budapest railway line; all EC and RJ (railjet) trains stop here. For some trains originating in Prague, it is a terminal stop.
Prague: 2¾h, hourly EC/RJ trains
Tickets sold at Prague train station for CZK 210. Advance online tickets start at CZK 189.
Olomouc: 1½h, every 2 hours
Be careful that you get in to the proper train, because another train to Brno via Břeclav departs at around the same time which will add 1 hour more to your trip.
Ostrava: 2½h, hourly
Bratislava: 1½h, EC trains every 2 hours
České Budějovice: 4½h, every 2 hours
Vienna: 2h, RJ trains every 2 hours
Brno Main Station is located close to the city center; almost all attractions are just within a few minutes walk. These attractions are to the north of the station, to the left coming out; follow the sign marked "Centrum," not the one marked "Centra."
If you travel by car, you will most porabably use highways: D1 from Prague, Olomouc or Ostrava; D2 from Bratislava or D52 from south (it runs towards Vienna, but ends about 25 km ahead of borders). Dont forget to buy a toll sticker for highways. Or use any of the national roads.
(BRQ) Although it has a limited amount of destinations Brno Airport is highly convenient and boasts an extremely impressive structure. Those interested in modern architecture may want to visit even if they are not lucky enough to fly into the airport.
By taxi: The most comfortable method to reach the city centre will cost around 430 CZK with City Taxi Brno. They and FIX cars have an exclusive contract with Brno airport and they provide a desk near the arrivals gate.
The Integrated Transport System of the Southern Moravia Region (IDS JMK) covers public transport over Brno and most of the Southern Moravia Region; it includes local trains, trams, buses and trolleybuses. Daytime transport ends at 11PM, the night buses go hourly and have their central transfer node at the Main Station.
For journeys within the city, a short transfer ticket and a long transfer ticket are available. Tickets are available at yellow ticket vending machines at bus and tram stops, and also at railway station counters. You can buy the 60-minute ticket from the driver for Kč 35.
The South Moravia Region is divided into tariff zones, Brno itself consisting of two zones. IDS JMK tickets are valid on all buses and local trains (category Os, Sp and R), the price varying on the number of zones you travel through.
What to see
The city center is full of historical buildings, old churches, theaters, fountains, sculptures, clubs, restaurants, etc. It is very compact, so one can just walk around most of the places of interest.
Tourist information centre, Nádražní 8 and Radnická 2 (The first lies just opposite of the main station entrance).
Freedom Square forms the heart of the city. It's shaped into big reversed "A". Many cultural events take place here and there are always a lot of people. It is closed for most cars and trams running through the middle. Also most of the interesting places in the city center are within 10 minutes walk from the Square.
Špilberk Castle. Formerly the major royal castle in Moravia, the seat of the Margraves of Moravia, and once the seat of the King of the Holy Roman Empire. Later it became a famous fortress which for a long time was used as one of the most feared prisons in the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Petrov Cathedral, Petrov Street. St. Peter and Paul Cathedral, known as Petrov forms a dominant silhouette of the Brno skyline. (Petrov is the name of the hill which the cathedral is built upon, not the cathedral itself.)
Church of St. James, Jakubské náměstí. This church is doubtlessly one of the most notable churches in Brno, it's a big gothic church, it was founded in the 13th century and since 17th century it stayed unchanged.
Old Town Hall, Radnická 8. See beloved Brno symbols the Brno Dragon and the Wheel. Also notice the lopsided tower above the entrance. Legend has it that the city council stiffed the mason who built it and he made the crooked ornament in a fit of pique.
Moravian square is the biggest square in Brno, it's dominated by the Church of Saint Thomas which is the last resting place of Jobs of Moravia, German King and Margrave of Moravia, the nearby former Governor's Palace offers permanent exhibitions of the Moravian Gallery.
Denis gardens, it's one of the most beautiful parks in Brno, there is an obelisk and a colonnade, and it offers a nice view on the city, including the Špilberk castle and the cathedral, also it is the oldest public park in the country which was founded by public administration authorities.
Lužánky park, the oldest public park in the country and the biggest park in Brno. There is an artificial brook with living fishes and a number of similar nice things.
The Open Garden, is an NGO project to bring city gardening and nature to the city center. You can walk there for free, have a picnic or join some of their periodic activities.
Ignis Brunensis. There are four firework competitions on the dam lake and at least two in the town centre. The fireworks begin every evening at 10:30PM. The show lasts about 22 minutes.
Brno Racing Circuit.
Brno Trade and Fair Centre (BVV), Výstaviště 1 (tram stop „Výstaviště”). The largest trade center in the Central European region with many important fairs. The largest are Autosalon, MSV (International Engineering Fair), Invex (International Fair of Information and Communication Technologies), IDET (International Exhibition of Defence and Security Technologies and Special Information Systems) and of course a Vinex (International Wine Fair) and Pivex (International Beer Fair).
One World Brno. Documentary film festival on human rights held every March.
Treasure Hunt Brno, Čechyňská 8. Treasure Hunt Brno is a dynamic team competition, that makes use of modern technology and GPS-enabled tablets and let's you visit a wide range of Brno's historical monuments in a record time. Suitable for larger groups and companies.
Jakubské náměstí. Grab a few friends and go have a drink at Jakubské náměstí during summer. After work or school, lot of people came here to have a drink. The area behind the St. James church has become a living part of Brno, recently. Many pubs, wine cellars and cafés make a unique atmosphere.