Other informationBrno is located in the southeastern part of the country, at the confluence of the rivers Svitava and Svratka. The city is the political and cultural center of the South Moravian Region (estimated population for the whole region is 1,130,000). At the same time, it represents the center of the province of Moravia, one of the historical lands of the Czech crown. It is located at the crossroads of ancient trade routes that have been associated with northern and southern European civilization for centuries. Thanks to its location between the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands and the South Moravian Lowlands, Brno has a mild climate. About 500,000 inhabitants live here
What to do in Brno?Brno is the second largest city in the Czech Republic. It is also known as one of the most important historical and cultural towns and administrative centers of the South Moravian Region. Brno is a university city with more than 86,000 students at 14 universities with 34 faculties and three university campuses, so a large part of the population speaks English. Brno is full of cafes and you must also try the amazing traditional cuisine, wine and beer.
In addition to beautiful opera and ballet performances on the stages of the National Theater or a tour of Špilberk Castle, a wide range of cultural events, monuments and historical monuments awaits you. In the vicinity of Brno is a planet of natural monuments, such as the Moravian Karst or sports activities.
How to spend your time in BrnoOld town of Brno
Wellness & SPA
Luxury restaurants:Borgo Agnese
Middle class restaurants:Lokál
Coffe house:Kafec (also great breakfast)
V Melounovém cukru
Monogram Espresso Bar
Bar and beer:Na Stojáka
Bar který neexistuje
Super Panda Circus