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Even though Brno is widely known as an industrial city, it is a vibrant and historic city with a character all its own. Only a two-hour drive from Prague, it’s worth spending some time here to see the city’s abundance of empire and neo-classical buildings. Car hire in Brno is available from many downtown depots. Book online today with us to secure a car at a cheap price and gain the freedom to explore this magnificent city.
On a tour of the city don’t miss the Cathedral's of Saint Peter and Saint Paul, which were built during the 11th century and the 13th century on Petrská Street, sittng atop a hill overlooking the city. Further afield is probably Brno’s greatest treasure, Spilberk Castle. Built in the 13th century, it has been both a Prussian fortress and Nazi dungeon.
There are plenty of interesting sights in the pedestrian-friendly old town. Noteworthy is the 'Brno Dragon' and also the 'Wagon Wheel'. The ’dragon’ which hangs from the ceiling is in actuality an alligator which was a gift provided to Brno in 1608 by Archprince Matayás. The giant Wagon Wheel reflects Brno’s industrial strength.
The old town is filled with eateries that serve good Eastern European food. Modrá Hvezda (Blue Star) offers delicious grilled steaks. There is no shortage of pubs and discos in Brno. For a night on the town, start out at the Stopková Pivnice, just off the main square.
Almost ritualistically, hordes of locals head 20 minutes north of the main square to the Brno Stadium to see the soccer team, Boby Brno, play its home games every Sunday. Beer and sausages are on the menu, and it’s a lot of raucous fun.
Brno Turany International Airport is located only a 15 minute drive south of the city centre. There are great transport facilities here, including buses, taxis, and car rentals. Car rental companies operating from the arrivals hall include; Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz and Sixt. Book online today using our simple and fast comparison website and we will find you the best deals across the market. We also offer a larger selection of cars for you to choose from, and there will be no paper on arrival. So be prepared and book today!
In close proximity to Prague, Brno is easy to reach. Driving, take the E50 (also known as the D1) from the south of Prague all the way to Brno.
Trains from Prague run hourly, from Hlavní nádrazí (Main Station).
Buses run non-stop from Florence bus station at the underpass behind the McDonald's.