Attractions in brno (SPIL'17-SPIL'22)
SPIL’23 will be organised in Mikulov. More information about Mikulov will be updated soon
Old Town Hall (Stará Radnice)
First stop to visit as the old town hall serves as the Tourist Information Centre
A place to enjoy the impressive view of Brno from the top
The Church of St James (Kostel sv. Jakuba) with beautiful vaults, 94 m tower.
- Ossuary at the Church of St James (The second largest ossuary in Europe, after Paris)
- St James Square (A square to enjoy refreshing beverage)
View of Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul from Špilberk Castle
Statue of the Knight on Moravian Square in memory of Jošt Moravský.
Nearby Attraction Freedom Square (náměstí Svobody) with the most controversial installation is the monument (Clock machine) made of black granite
Vegetable Market (Zelný trh).
- Underground labyrinth in the lower part of the square.
- A statue and memorial of composer, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
First public building in the world to use Thomas Edison’s electric lamps
Moravian Karst (Moravský kras)
Protected nature reserve. One of the most popular caves is Punkva Caves
A beautiful landscape near to VUT Brno (within walking distance)
Hydraulic structure on the Svratka River. Favourite getaway spot for water sport and relaxation