By car

If you are coming by your own car, you can park in Brno in these parking lots: Parking GRAND, Rozmaryn, Parking JD, Car Park PINKI PARK, Car Park Domini Park, Parking Veveří. Check also the parking possibilities of your accommodation. Some hotels provide parking on the premises.

By plane

There is one airport in the city, Brno–Tuřany Airport. It is about 7.5 km far from Brno city centre. Other close airports are in Prague, Vienna and Bratislava. From all of these airports, you can easily find your way to Brno by train, bus or car.

By bus

Bus is the cheapest way to travel across Europe. The Czech Republic provides a connection from/to major European cities several times per week. Brno main bus station “Zvonařka“ is situated close to the city centre. Another station is called “Hotel Grand”, which is a few meters away from The Main train station. Buses from Prague, Bratislava and Vienna go very often.

By train

There is a possibility to travel by train as well. České Dráhy is the main railway operator in the Czech Republic. To buy train tickets search here.

Public transportation in Brno

Public transport in Brno is accurate and regular. You can buy a ticket in the orange machines which are situated on almost every tram stop. Usually, you will need the 60-minute ticket which costs 25 CZK. After 23:00 there are night buses going every hour.

If you come to the airport in Brno, take the bus E76 (day) every half an hour or N89 (after 10 pm) every hour. Buying a 60-minute ticket from a driver is an option, however, it will cost you more than getting your paper ticket from the orange machine (25 CZK). In both cases, be ready to pay in cash (CZK only). The bus stop in front of the airport is called “Letiště Brno”. Get off at the bus stop called “Hlavní nádraží” (Main train station), which is the terminus of the bus line E76.

Regular TAXI prices are around 60 CZK for getting in the car and than 30 CZK per 1 km.


Visa – entering the Czech Republic

Please check if you need a visa to enter the Czech Republic. If yes, check more info here on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic