Moravia is the perfect combination of spectacular rolling hills and cultural excellence, and is now excelling in the world of business tourism with thanks to the Moravia Convention Bureau
As the easternmost province in the Czech Republic, Moravia is full of rolling hills, beautiful landscapes and breathtaking architecture. The province’s capital city, Brno is home to a plethora of museums and the Moravia Convention Bureau (MCB), which was established in 2007 to support event organisers and planners in the region.
The objective of the MCB was to directly increase the number of conferences, trade fairs and other events in the somewhat sleepy region, while showcasing the City of Brno as
an ideal congress destination.
The capital city provides a lively hub of activity, full of students attending the local university, museums, microbreweries and some of the country’s best restaurants.
“We are proud to see that the past few years have brought about a positive change to the quality of our infrastructure and services,” explains Petr Ryšánek, Project Manager at the Moravia Convention Bureau. “The city of Brno and the region in general have massively strengthened their position as an important centre for trade fairs and exhibitions.
“We have the capabilities to provide a professional, cooperative and progressive environment that is sought after by the modern business traveller.”
Over the past decade Brno has experienced a new chapter of development, reaffirming its status as a cultural hub with theatres, theatres, cinemas, entertainment in the streets, and a relaxed atmosphere.
As the region is becoming more developed in the growing business of computer technology, telecommunications and software development it is quickly heading into the top 50 most innovative places in Europe.