Tourist Information – Radnická Street
Both visitors and locals can connect to the internet, get important information, and purchase city guides, maps, souvenirs, and tickets to various events. You can arrange for a guided tour of any of our attractions, and book accommodation at an interesting hotel. A new bookshop was recently added to the centre, offering books about the city as well as books from authors who call Brno home.
You will notice new furniture and display cases brought to you, and us, by architect Eva Beránková of the ARKI.cz studio. The furniture is inspired by that used in the information centre at Panenská street and incorporates the new visual image of TIC BRNO, while respecting and emphasising the historical atmosphere of the premises.
The information centre at 8 Radnická Street is open year-round, seven days a week. It holds the A.T.I.C.’s A-level classification for a superior range and quality of services.
Old Town Hall (Stará radnice)
A significant historical building in the centre of Brno
Labyrinth Under the Vegetable Market (Labyrint pod Zelným trhem)
Just 212 steps down to enter the labyrinth’s winding passages
Vegetable Market (Zelný trh)
Historical marketplace with a fountain, statue, and theatres
Cathedral of St Peter and Paul
Cathedral dominating the city from atop Petrov Hill
Freedom Square (náměstí Svobody)
Brno’s most significant square, located in its historic centre
Mint Master’s Cellar (Mincmistrovský sklep)
A lesson on the history of minting is presented in a cellar