Brno and the Moravian Karst

Brno is the Czech Republic’s second largest city and has a population of about 370 000 people. The city is the ‘capital’ of Moravia and an important tourist centre for those who would like to get to know the natural and cultural beauties of the South-Moravian region.

The city is best known in the world thanks to its Fairs and Exhibitions center, which houses many events every year and to the Brno Motorbikes Grand Prix, which attracts thousands of visitors.

Nonetheless, there are also many sights worth visiting in and near the city. The Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul dominates the city’s skyline, only to be complemented by the Spilberk castle, which was one of the most feared prisons of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The city’s historic center boasts a beautiful Old Town Hall, the Parnas Fountain, the Plague Pillar and several interesting churches.

The Villa Tugendhat (a masterpiece by the architect Miers Van Der Rohe, included on the UNESCO World Heritage List) is unfortunately closed for refurbishment, but we can still try and admire it from the outside.

Only about half-an-hour from Brno is the Moravian Karst, one of the most fascinating cave complexes in the world. No visit to this part of the Czech Republic would be complete without a visit to this spectacular location.

Brno can be reached by both public transport and private vehicles. It is about 200 kilometers south-east of Prague and the ride takes about 2 hours. If the Moravian Karst is also to be visited, a private vehicle is a must and staying overnight is recommendable. In this case, the guiding and transport fees vary – if you would like to get an exact quote, including the price of accommodation, please contact me.

For more information about Brno and the Moravian Karst, click on their names.


Group size (price per group)
1-2 3-6 7 and more
Guiding 4000 CZK 4400 CZK 4800 CZK
Private transport 5100 CZK 5700 CZK 8100 CZK
Public transport 400 CZK per person



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