Explore Brno


If you have enough time and energy, get to know Brno even better on the long tour and explore some of the many interesting and significant places in the city centre.

The route for this tour starts a few hundred metres from the main station, at Kapucínské náměstí (Capuchin Square) where you can take a look at Brno’s mummies. Continue to the cathedral on Petrov Hill and on to Denisovy sady (the Denis Gardens). Cross busy Šilingrovo náměstí (Šilinger Square) and Husova Street, and head up and around Špilberk Castle, where you’ll also find a remarkable Orthodox church. On your way back into the centre, recharge yourself (and your phone) at the new Tourist Information – Panenská Street in Panenská Street. Right next to it, you’ll find Dominikánské náměstí (Dominican Square) with Sklep pod Novou radnicí (the Cellar under the New Town Hall), Nová radnice (the New Town Hall), and Kostel sv. Michala (the Church of St Michael). Go through several picturesque squares, each with something interesting and unique to offer, such as a clock that doesn’t seem to tell the time, an oversized equestrian statue, a place where people drink beer while sitting on the pavement, and giant intertwined bulbs. If you plan on making this tour the last thing you do in Brno, you’re in luck, because you’ll find yourself back near the main station again.

Parts of tour

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