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With more than 600,000 inhabitants in the larger metropolitan area, Brno is by no means a small city. In fact, it's one of the hundred biggest cities in the whole EU, and the second largest in Czechia. But the historic heart of the city feels a lot smaller. Like many European cities, Brno is a perfect place to explore on foot.
Located in the Moravia region of which it was once the capital, Brno is close to the borders of both Austria and Slovakia, making it easy to reach from many other European destinations. To this day, it remains the center of the Czech Judiciary and home to the country's Supreme Court. It's also one of the top locations for conventions in the entire EU.
The area around Brno has been occupied since before recorded history, but the city itself was first mentioned in written records in 1091. As the nation of Moravia formed, Brno shared its position as capital with two other cities. However, Brno was the seat of the rulers of Moravia. In the 17th century, it officially became the capital.
Brno remained the capital of Moravia until after the Second World War, when the Soviet rulers abolished Moravian autonomy. Following the collapse of Soviet rule, Brno became part of Czechoslovakia, which subsequently split into Slovakia and the Czech Republic.
As an ancient town and former capital, Brno has plenty of historic attractions. And it’s also a town that embraces its quirkiness. You’ll find things to do in Brno you simply won’t find anywhere else. Go ahead and immerse yourself in the history of this unique city.
See the administrative heart of the city at Brno Town Hall. The impressive tower of this 13th century building has one turret slightly askew, and the legend goes that the architect built it that way after getting cheated by the City Council. Also, don't miss the Brno Dragon, a stuffed crocodile that hangs from the ceiling in the town hall.
Learn about the history of science at the Abbey of St. Thomas. It was here that Gregor Mendel conducted his famous experiments on peas back in the 19th century, opening up the field of genetic research that continues to this day.
Explore the center of Moravian power at Spilberk Castle. This imposing fortification has seen plenty of action in its time. An on-site museum explains the story of the building as palace, prison, and fortress.
Go shopping at the ancient Cabbage Market. This farmers market has been going on in the center of Brno since the 13th century, and it's still the best place to buy food and soak up the atmosphere with the locals.
Delve into the mysteries of the past in the Brno underground. Winding its way underneath the Cabbage Market, a 40 minute tour takes you through a maze of underground tunnels and passageways. Used for food storage and as a wine cellar, the tunnels also contain a real alchemist lab.
Brno airport flies to Milan, Berlin, and London Stansted. The airport can be reached by bus 76 that connects Brno train station to the airport. For a larger airport, Prague or Vienna are your best bets.
Brno can be reached from Prague by train in around two and a half hours. Trains leave every hour. Trains from Vienna take one and a half to two hours to reach Brno.
As a large city, Brno has an extensive network of buses and trams that can get you just about anywhere in the city. Many bus routes stop at the railway station, which acts as a transportation hub for the city.
Brno is a big city, but the historic heart of the town is easily explored on foot. And given the quirky and often unexpected things you’ll find in this city, getting lost is half the fun. Don’t be afraid to wander without any particular goal in the charming streets of the town. You’re almost guaranteed to find something worth doing.
To make things easier on yourself, drop off extra bags at a Bounce luggage storage shop in Brno. No matter how big your bags are, you can leave them at a Bounce location and explore the city more easily.
Macocha Abyss: Outside of Brno, the Macocha Abyss will make you feel as though you've wandered between the pages of a fantasy novel. Part of an extensive cave system, the abyss is a collapsed cave containing a deep pool. Explore the many caves in the area on foot and by boat along an underground river and see the Czech Republic's wilder side. This stunning scenery has to be seen to be believed. To make things easier on yourself, remember to leave any heavy bags at a Brno luggage storage service before you head out of town.
Veveri Castle: Seven miles north of Brno, Veveri Castle is one of the oldest in the country. The impressive fortification is made even more dramatic by the surrounding hills and forests that seem like something out of a fairytale. And if you really want to be wowed, you can take a boat trip from the city to the castle to enjoy the scenery in a way the medieval residents would have been familiar with. Large bags aren't allowed inside, so make sure you leave them at a Brno luggage storage facility before you make the journey.
Vienna: Vienna can be reached in approximately an hour and a half from Brno railway station, and the Austrian capital is a city well worth exploring. Once the capital of an Empire that spanned much of continental Europe, Vienna is a city of grand palaces and stunning concert halls. Known as the city of music, Vienna has been the home of the vast majority of the most notable classical musicians in history. It's also a great place to shop and dine in the upscale city center. Don't miss the chance to explore a great European capital.
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The price for luggage storage in Brno is just €5.00/bag for the entire day.
There are multiple locations all around Brno which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Pálava Protected Landscape Area, Špilberk Castle, Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul and many other areas.
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Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Brno. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Brno where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 Bounce Gurantee.
The most popular restaurants to visit are Lokál U Caipla, Pizzapunk, and ZO. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Brno are OREA Wellness Hotel Santon, Hotel Kounicova, and Continental.
Brno offers several scenic parks including Akátky, Wilson Forest, and Kraví hora.
You can find local tourist information at Battle of Austerlitz, TIC Brno, and Stezka zdraví - 1. zastavení.
If you're looking for a good museum in Brno, we recommend Tugendhat Villa, Brno Ossuary, and Měnínská brána. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of Brno's most popular historical attractions including Tugendhat Villa, Mahen's Theatre, or Měnínská brána and monuments like (Battle of Austerlitz) Cairn of Peace Memorial, Peace Memorial (1818), or Zderadův sloup. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of Starý hrad.