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Best Hotels in Brno

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As the Czech Republic's second largest city; Brno has as much of the history, culture, and ambience as Prague, but without the crowds. Full of castles, cathedrals, and breathtaking architecture, and surrounded by rolling green hills covered in vineyards, it's truly at the heart of Moravian culture. Brno is fast becoming an important business centre too, with one of the largest conference complexes in Europe, and modern business parks that are home to thriving companies.

Things to see

Freedom Square marks the centre of the city, with some of Brno's oldest buildings in traditional pastel colours, dating back to the 13th century. Once you have found your way to the square, many attractions are just a 10 minute walk away, and this compact city centre fits in plenty of spectacular sights. The Old Town Hall is one, with its rich history of legends and gothic architecture. You might be surprised to spot a taxidermied crocodile hanging from an archway, and the story behind this peculiar sight is that it wandered into the town and was killed by locals who thought it was a dragon. Standing imposingly above the city is Spilberk Castle, a medieval structure which became a prison in the 18th and 19th centuries, and therefore has plenty of ghost stories to tell. Climb to the top of the lookout tower for a sweeping view of Brno, or visit one of the exhibitions to find out more about its history as an impenetrable prison fort.

Hotels in Brno

If you are looking for the best Brno hotel rates, then you'll be pleased with the wide range of accommodation on offer. There are many pensions and guesthouses with 2 to 3 stars which give you a taste of Czech living, or you can enjoy being pampered in one of the 4 star hotels in the centre of the city. These offer features such as bars and lounges, complimentary breakfasts, free WiFi in public areas, concierge services, laundry facilities, and rooftop terraces. Guestrooms also have plenty of amenities to help you enjoy your stay, and you'll find thoughtful extras such as LCD televisions, showers, bidets, hair dryers, complimentary daily newspapers, and in-room massages and spa treatments.

Where to stay

Brno has a relatively small city centre that's easy to negotiate on foot, although if you get tired there's also a great tram service to zip you through the streets. You'll find many intricately decorated buildings from various eras, many in pastel colours, and there are plenty of laid back cafés with pavement tables and cosy rooms full of chattering locals and students. There's also a great culinary tradition, with bistros and restaurants serving Moravian dishes, with wine made from grapes grown in the surrounding mountains. Down the winding cobbled streets, you'll find small museums, and independently owned art galleries that give Brno its cultural edge.

How to get to Brno

Brno–Tuřany Airport has flights arriving from across Europe, with many budget airlines landing here. It's just a 15 minute taxi ride into the centre of the city, or you can take a bus to Brno Station. You can also arrive via Prague International Airport which gives you a wider choice of airlines, and from here you can take the bus to Prague's central railway station, and then take the train to Brno which takes about 2.5 hours. There are also regular coach services between the 2 cities, and this allows you to enjoy the scenery during the drive.