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Brno. With a population around 380,000, Brno is located in a beautiful natural environment between South Moravian vineyards and the Moravian Karst, and is an easy drive to the nearby Austrian border.
The city flourished during the 19th century as it rapidly industrialized and its population exploded. Brno would later serve as the capital of the semi-autonomous Moravian Land in the First Republic of Czechoslovakia.
Tickets sold at Vienna train station for €26. Advance online tickets start at €9.
Brno hlavní nádraží (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."
n 2016, there have been scheduled flights to and from Munich, London (both Luton and Stansted) and Eindhoven (operated by bmi international/Lufthansa, Ryanair and WizzAir). You can check the current destinations operating from/to Brno at the airport website. Some holiday destinations are operated by SmartWings during summer period (such as Greece, Turkey or Spain).
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
Moravian square (Moravské náměstí) 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. The square is located in the historical centre near the Freedom Square.
Denis gardens (Denisovy sady), 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. It's located in the historical center, between the Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul and the Špilberk Castle.
Lužánky park (Park lužánky), 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. It's located north to the historical centere, about 15 minutes by walk, or 2-3 minutes by tram.
The Open Garden (Otevřená Zahrada), 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.
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. If you are lucky, you can run into a concert or screening. Almost every day there are dancing lessons at Café Savoy (salsa, tango, swing...). If you are talented, you can use a free-to-play piano on the square.