Brno is the second largest city in the Czech Republic and is best experienced with the help of our Brno car hire services. Brno was founded sometime around the year 1000 and s now considered to be the cultural and administrative hub of South Moravia.
When you fly into the city you will be landing at Brno Airport which is connected to the city via bus routes and train lines, however by far your best option would be to employ our Brno car rental services so that you can have the car ready for you at the air port as soon as you touch down
Brno is a city filled with historical buildings but the city center especially where you can find Freedom Square. This is the central point of the city, in the shape of a reversed “A” it has been the location for many cultural events; it is mostly pedestrianized.
Spilberk Castle was a famous fortress which was used as a prison especially during the Austro-Hungarian Empire; nowadays it is a museum with a restaurant as well as a nice park.
Other interesting buildings to visit are the Old Town Hall features the Brno symbols: the Brno Dragon and the Wheel, the Capuchin Monastery – a 17th century monastery located right in the center of the city which features Baroque statues and a mummified monks exhibition in its catacombs – and the Moravian Museum. The latter for instance was founded in 1817 by Emperor Francis I and today features collections of artifacts from different fields of human history.
A recent building worth of a visit thanks to its historical importance is the Tugenhat Villa, which is a classic example of Bauhaus architecture, as well as the place where the Czech and Slovak republics separated in 1992.
The Moravian Gallery is the second largest art museum in the country and it focuses on Moravian art as well as applied art throughout history. The gallery itself consists of three different buildings the Prazak’s Palace, the Museum of Decorative Arts and the Governor Palace.
All of which and more you can easily see for yourself with the help of our Brno car hire services.