Welcome to Brno

Brno boasts many famous architectural jewels as well as ‘diamonds in the rough’. 


First of all stop at Art Nouveau villas that are among the top works of their kind in the world. Take a look at Jurkovicova villa and Zow-beer villa the Tungendhat villa, the Stiassni villa, the Avion hotel. Keep an eye out for the sacred buildings of Brno in Botanicka street.


There are a lot of museums to explore in Brno. The history of museums in Brno dates back to the early 19th century. In 1816, Moravskoslezska spolecnost pro podporu zemedelstvi, prirodoznalectvi a vlastivedu (the Moravian-Silesian Society for Development of Ploughing, Natural Sciences and Natural History and Geography) drew up a memorandum proposing the establishment of a museum in Brno similar to the Joanneum in Graz, Austria.


Brno might be the place where your stomach wants to rest. when it comes to where to eat the options are endless. its a mix of international and contemporary cuisine as well. This includes dishes like beef steak tartare, which is normally served with fresh garlic and fried or toasted bread. Rub the bread with the garlic, and top the bread with the steak. It also includes koleno, a roasted pork knee, or pork knuckle, served with bread, cabbage, and mustard. Also, just like in Prague, dumplings and meat rule. This includes the classic pork, cabbage, and dumplings (Vepřo-knedlo-zelo) as well as roast duck, red cabbage, and dumplings.


The Moravian’s love of beer is well-documented. Bars are usually very full, very smoky, and quite often the domain of middle-aged men. However, pick a venue from the list below and you won’t be disappointed by the genuine pub experience. As a university town, Brno has a young, hip population and a great nightlife scene with a choice of trendy discos, raves, alternative gigs, jazz and world music venues, opera and art-house cinema. Everyone can find something to do once the sun goes down.