Brno is the second large city in the Czech Republic. Despite the fact that Brno is not the capital of the country, many central institutions are hosted here, among others, the Supreme Court and the Constitutional Court. The Spilberk castle is the oldest monument in the city and dominates over Brno. It was erected on the hill and nowadays it hosts the Brno City Museum. The city is an important cultural centre with philharmonics, cinemas, and numerous theatres. It is Brno to have erected the first electrified theatre, hence the Mahena Theatre. The motorcycle world championship and the Czech Republic Grand Prix are hosted in Brno. The Brno Exhibition Centre fairs take place here as well featuring around 40 fairs. The fairs attract over a million of participants every year. The most tourist-frequented sight is the Moravian Karst park. Over 1600 caves are located in the park area – four of which are available for visitors.
Train to Brno
Brno is an important railway hub in the country. From the city you could travel to any part of Czech Republic with ease. The fast train services provide direct and swift travel to such cities like Prague, Vienna, Budapest or Bratislava. The train tickets for those trains are available through Polishtrains.eu.
The most popular attractions in Brno:
- The Old Town Hall
- The Veveri Castle
- The Vegetables Market
- Villa Tugendhat
- St. Paul and Peter Cathedral
- The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Basilica
Railway stations in Brno: