Out & About
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.