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Moravia Business Travel Guide - - News -

MO­RAVIA’S CAP­I­TAL city, Brno is one of the most his­toric cities in the Czech Repub­lic, pro­vid­ing you with an ex­pe­ri­ence to tan­ta­lise all the senses. To­day the city is home to an ar­ray of in­sti­tu­tions re­lated to both the history and cul­ture at the heart of the re­gion, while also rep­re­sent­ing an ad­min­is­tra­tive cen­tre and the head­quar­ters of the repub­lic’s ju­di­ciary sys­tem.

Placed just a short drive from the Aus­trian bor­der, the cap­i­tal is per­fectly sit­u­ated for busi­ness and plea­sure in a beau­ti­fully nat­u­ral en­vi­ron­ment be­tween the South Mo­ra­vian vine­yards and Mo­ra­vian Karst.

Un­like a trip to Prague, Brno is still rel­a­tively un­known in terms of tourist ac­tiv­ity which makes the crowds min­i­mal and man­age­able for a busy sched­ule.

Brno is quickly be­com­ing a hub for busi­ness tourism, with the Mo­ravia Con­ven­tion Bu­reau mak­ing moves to in­tro­duce more events and con­fer­ences into the re­gion in the likes of BVV Trade Fairs Brno. With that in mind, the cap­i­tal city has seen an in­flux in ho­tels dis­play­ing a more cor­po­rate style of hos­pi­tal­ity that wel­comes busi­ness trav­ellers.

How­ever, de­spite its newly found cor­po­rate na­ture, the city and Mo­ravia in gen­eral is still full to the brim of cul­tural won­ders that will fill up your spare time per­fectly. You will also find a sur­pris­ing ar­ray of culi­nary de­lights to test out dur­ing your time in the re­gion, in­clud­ing the renowned Borgo Ag­nese which pro­vides a se­lec­tion of sea­sonal treats.

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