In mid January, specifically from the 16th to the 19th, lovers of travel and discovery will meet at the Brno Exhibition Centre at the GO and REGIONTOUR fairs. Brno and the South Moravian Region will have their traditional shared stand, where they’ll present topics that will shake up the city and region in 2020.
Just like last year, the South Moravian Region will present its dominant features from a different angle. Brno will dedicate 2020 to architecture. This year falls on the 90th anniversary of the completion of Villa Tugendhat and the 150th anniversary of the birth of the famous Brno native architect Adolf Loos. TIC BRNO will supplement this with industrial architecture and related stories. The atmosphere at the stand will be enlivened by music, there will be plenty of top-quality Moravian wine, the Brno Zoo will present virtual reality, and visitors will be able to buy discounted tickets to the National Theatre Brno, including for the Janáček Brno 2020 festival, the highlight of the season. If visitors get tired of walking, they’ll find refreshments in Hall F, where the GO to FoodPark festival will be running. It will comprise three projects – Lukáš Hejlík’s 365 Gastromapa (365 Food Map), Ochutnej Svět (Taste the World) – food truck edition, and Festival spojených národů Podyjí (Podyjí United Nations Festival). And that means there will definitely be lots of excellent food!
When the event takes place
January 16 – open exclusively for professionals
January 17–19 – open to general public
Open every day from 10 am to 6 pm; on Sunday, January 19, only to 4 pm.
You can order also e-ticket for adults, which costs 140 CZK.
|Youth (6-15 years)||140 CZK|