Festival marking the 100th anniversary of the founding of Czechoslovakia

3 weeks, 4 weekends, open daily, free entrance


The Brno Exhibition Centre, where the Re:publika festival takes place, lies on the Tram 1 line leading from the Main Train Station to Bystrc, which additionally has trams P1 and P2 during trade fair season. There is a stop near the main entrance. From the Zvonařka Bus Station, you can catch bus 84 to Pisárky and get off at Křížkovského. You can use the same stop by bus 44, which circles Brno in the opposite direction. Trolleybuses 25, 26, and 37 and bus 52 all stop near the Brno Exhibition Centre.

The tram line P1 will operate on weekends only, on Saturdays approximately between 10:00 and 23:00 (from 20:00 going only towards the city centre) and on Sundays approximately between 10:00 and 16:00.

Line will serve the stops (Zvonařka) – Hlavní nádraží (boarding: track no.1) – Nové sady – Hybešova – Václavská – Mendlovo náměstí – Výstaviště-hlavní vstup – Výstaviště-vstup G2 – Lipová – Pisárky (terminus only). The boarding stop towards the city centre will be the stop Lipová.

The venue is near the city’s ring road, and drivers can reliably navigate by signs marked BVV or Výstaviště. There is parking in a small car park by the main entrance, larger ones on Křížkovského and  Bauerova streets, and a multistorey car park by gate 4 with a total capacity of 850 cars.

A reliable travel from and to Brno is provided by STUDENT AGENCY.

Entrance Fee

Festival RE:PUBLIKA is free of barriers and free of charge. There are entrance fees only for the Dance Brno 100 shows and the Alfons Mucha: Two worlds. The Brno Exhibition Centre is barrier free and will have expert staff available at each exhibit.

Opening hours

Sun–Thu    9 a.m.–9 p.m. (exhibiton are closed at 8 p.m.)
Fri, Sat        9 a.m.–11 p.m. (exhibiton are closed at 8 p.m.)



If you plan to spend multiple days in Brno, the links below can help you to find your way through the many offers of accommodation services