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Brno is the second largest city in Czechia, with captivating architecture spanning back to the Middle Ages, and a variety of attractions.
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Brno is the second-largest city in Czechia, with captivating architecture spanning back to the Middle Ages, and a variety of attractions.
  
 
* [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brno Brno Wikipedia page]
 
* [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brno Brno Wikipedia page]
 
* [https://www.gotobrno.cz/en/ Brno tourism]
 
* [https://www.gotobrno.cz/en/ Brno tourism]
* Brno is well-connected to the rest of Europe via roads, buses, trains, and its own airport ([http://www.brno-airport.cz/ BRQ]). The closest international airports are Vienna ([https://www.viennaairport.com/ VIE]) and Prague ([https://www.prg.aero/ PRG]); [https://www.studentagency.eu/ Student Agency] provides bus service from either airport to Brno.
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* Brno is well-connected to the rest of Europe via roads, buses, trains, and its own airport ([http://www.brno-airport.cz/ BRQ]). The closest international airports are Vienna ([https://www.viennaairport.com/ VIE]) and Prague ([https://www.prg.aero/ PRG]); [https://www.studentagency.eu/ Student Agency] and [https://www.flixbus.com/ FlixBus] provide bus service from either airport to Brno (be sure to select the airport stop).
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* Brno has a good public transportation system (trams and buses). Tickets are available at many hotels, newsstands, and vending machines along the routes. Tickets cover a certain amount of time (15 minutes, 60 minutes, etc.) rather than bus trips. The first time you use a ticket, insert it into a machine on the tram/bus which will stamp it with the current time, and the ticket is good for the purchased amount of time after that.
  
 
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Revision as of 18:54, 20 January 2020

Brno is the second-largest city in Czechia, with captivating architecture spanning back to the Middle Ages, and a variety of attractions.

  • Brno Wikipedia page
  • Brno tourism
  • Brno is well-connected to the rest of Europe via roads, buses, trains, and its own airport (BRQ). The closest international airports are Vienna (VIE) and Prague (PRG); Student Agency and FlixBus provide bus service from either airport to Brno (be sure to select the airport stop).
  • Brno has a good public transportation system (trams and buses). Tickets are available at many hotels, newsstands, and vending machines along the routes. Tickets cover a certain amount of time (15 minutes, 60 minutes, etc.) rather than bus trips. The first time you use a ticket, insert it into a machine on the tram/bus which will stamp it with the current time, and the ticket is good for the purchased amount of time after that.