Activities to recharge your batteries
Take a breath, relax, and have some rest. Feel free to stroll through numerous local parks or work up a sweat at a number of sports venues, all just a stone’s throw away on foot or by tram. City parks will tempt you to relax or do some sports, like Lužánky where people enjoy running year-round. The Brno Dam (also called Prýgl) invites you for a visit any time of year. Hop on a bike or walk all the way to Veveří Castle and you might run into a group of winter swimmers along the way. Outdoor swimming pools are long closed, but coming frosts make for great ice skating, and there’s a rink right under the iconic sculpture of Jobst of Moravia. Crowds of people not exactly your thing? Then venture into the deep woods surrounding Brno to see Hády, Stránská skála, or the Holedná game enclosure where you can escape the everyday hustle and bustle of city life.
Enjoy physical activities. No limits
“Lužánky is the oldest public city park in the Czech lands as well as a Czech cultural sight.”
Beautiful autumn hikes
Nature reserves right on the border of the city?
Hády is visible from the very centre of the city, and apart from protected plants and animals, there are lakes, llamas, and great views of Brno.
Do you know what ‘Prýgl’ means?
It’s the unofficial name everyone in Brno uses to call the city’s huge reservoir. Besides swimming, you can also enjoy a boat trip to visit Veveří Castle.
Water too cold for you? No worries!
Tempted to enjoy a dip in the reservoir? Or would you prefer the comfort of a municipal outdoor swimming pool? There’s a few to choose from…
And where to go for sport in Brno?
Let your kids run wild
When the weather turns nasty, there’s no risk of you or your kids getting bored in Brno.
Go explore the world of science, fauna and even distant galaxies or watch them blow off some steam while you enjoy your afternoon coffee.
Adventures in the streets of Brno
Get your dose of adrenaline and discover hidden secrets of Brno.
Lots of destinations right around the corner
There are lots of great places near Brno as well, just hop on a train or take a quick drive. No crowds there at all, and you’ll even make it there and back in the same day. For history or nature enthusiasts or those who enjoy a beer trail or a hike through wine country.
Explore the surroundings of Brno