THE VAST majority of the Southern Moravia region is covered by the Integrated Transport System, including an extensive network of local trains, trams, buses and trolleybuses. Brno is a terminal stop for many of the trains originating in Prague and an important stop for journeys on the Prague to Vienna line.
You will find there are a plethora of options for travel, the extent of which ranging from the region of your trip to the length of your trip. If you are staying in the capital city it is divided into two zones, and IDS JMK tickets are available for use on both buses and trains in each zone.
Public transportation in Moravia on the whole is cheap and relatively easy to use, with tickets available at every major bus and tram stop.
The city centre is also incredibly bike friendly, with bike paths all over the city and the possibility to rent from one of two bike-sharing companies located there.
If you’re in the region for a longer period of time and plan to do a little more exploring outside of the city, there is also the option to rent a car from one of the independent car rental companies spread across the capital city. If extensive travel around the region will be limited, taxis are readily available and reasonably priced.
There are nearly 1,200 km of motorways in the Czech Republic RegioJet is one of Brno’s more recognisable bus carriers Cycling is very popular in Moravia RegioJet, a popular private train service