Brno City Centre
The Villa of Greta and Fritz Tugendhat, designed by the architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and built in 1929–1930, is a monument of modern architecture, and is the only example of modern architecture in the Czech Republic inscribed in the list of UNESCO World Cultural Heritage sites.
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Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul
Located on the Petrov hill in the centre of the city of Brno in the Czech Republic. It is a national cultural monument and one of the most important pieces of Baroque architecture in South Moravia. Possible to climb onto a tower which offers nice view.
It is a castle on the hilltop in Brno, Southern Moravia bulit in thefirst half of the 13th century.
500 meters of tunnels, which visitors can explore without a guide and at their own pace. If this does not suffice and you want to explore this nuclear fallout shelter from top to bottom in a small group with a guide, consider taking part in a guided excursion.
Freedom Square (Náměstí Svobody)
This square is triangular in shape and is intersected with tram tracks. You can find several monuments and nice buildings including the Plague Column, the House of Lords of Lipá, and also an atypical fountain and the latest attraction – an atypical clock in the shape of cartridge. The monument is six metres high and is made of black African granite.
Labyrinth Under the Vegetable Market (Labyrint pod Zelným trhem)
Unique and mysterious places with medieval cellars hidden six to eight metres below ground. You can learn how food, wine, and beer were once stored and how this underground space used to be lit, and also see a collection of archaeological findings.
Brno Observatory and Planetarium
You can fly into space, look into the microworld, discover the secret of life, immerse yourself into the realm of fantasy, partially reveal the future and live a science-fiction story.
Technical Museum in Brno
It exhibits technology from clock components to planes. It processes not only material ollections illustrating development of the important fields of science and technology, but also scientific documentation of historical and contemporary production.
The Botanical Garden of the Faculty of Science, Masaryk University (Botanická zahrada Brno)
It offers outdoor collections with Plant Systém with about 1500 species freom 85 families of vascular plants situated on an area of 0.3 ha in front of the greenhouses. The greenhouses consist of five tunnel-like structures of which the largest (10.5 m high) is situated in the middle. Four are used for public exhibition and the fifth serves as a nursery. The total area of the greenhouses is 1200 m2.
It is a dam on the Svratka River right outside the city of Brno.
It is a purpose-built huntsmen facility for enclosure breeding of mouflon and fallow-deer. There is an educative path with information about the bred animals.
Near the Brno trade fair complex, playful explorers of all ages will find more than one hundred and seventy interactive exhibits over an area of nearly 5,000 square meters that will give them a better understanding of the world around us. This unique exhibition is divided into four thematic sections: the Planet, Civilization, Man and the Microworld. The Science Centre for Children is an independent section for visitors from 2 to 6 years old.