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Moravia Business Travel Guide - - News -

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

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