Brno accommodation – Enjoy a wide range of activities in Southern Moravia
Brno is in the second largest city in the Czech Republic and is the largest city in the region South Moravia. It lies at the confluence of two rivers, the Svitava and Svratka which are ideal places to go fishing. Brno is well-known for its exhibition centre and is one of largest in Europe so make sure you check it out when staying in holiday rentals in Brno. Brno has many different attractions and is great for sports enthusiasts and history lovers alike.
BRNO, where motorsports meet history
The Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix, a motorcycle race, is one of the most prestigious races and is hosted at the Masaryk Circuit near to Brno’s accommodation. Brno has the second largest historic preservation zone in the Czech Republic so you can really discover its history here amongst other attractions during your stay in accommodation Brno. The Spilberk castle and the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul on Petrov hill are probably the two most visited sights in Brno.
They are often said to be traditional symbols and the Spilberk castle was founded in the 13th century as a Royal castle. Villa Tugendhat, a modern building designed in 1930 is also a popular place to visit when staying in Brno as it is on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites and the vast Macocha Gorge will be sure to surprise you too. You can enjoy a boat through the Punkva caves and take a cable car afterwards to the top where you can look down into the abyss which one of the deepest of its kind, so you'll definitely need a stomach for heights! If you travel a bit further outside of Brno, you will find the region of North Moravia and Silesia, where there is even more nature to be explored.