#LifeInCzechia Brno is the second largest city in the Czech Republic following Prague. The city is home to different parks, cinemas, historic locations, and cafés. In addition to lots to see and do in Brno, another strength is where the city sits on the map. Whether you are looking for life in a bigger city, some time in nature, or want to explore another country, Brno is a great place to begin. Here are a few places that are an easy day trip from Brno.
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#LifeInCzechia The days are getting longer and warmer – time to go out! Want to chill after work in the park or go for a small trip with your family during the weekend? You can visit Spilberk! Let’s take a better look at this beautiful castle and its surrounding park.
Top 3 Autumn Locations to Visit in Brno
#LifeInCzechia Autumn is here! Days are getting shorter, it rains more, and it gets quite chilly in the morning. But it is not all grey and gloomy, autumn is actually the most colorful season of all! Nature turns into one big piece of art, a painting of warm colors such as yellow, orange, and red. Everything slows down and gets ready for the upcoming winter. It’s the perfect time for you to stay at home and recharge your batteries by reading a book or going to cultural events such as a theatre play. But it’s also the perfect time for an adventure in nature with your friends and family. Keep reading to learn about our tips for trips.
Tip for a Trip: Bílovice nad Svitavou, the Land of the Cunning Little Vixen
If you ever head north-east of Brno, you’re bound to pass through Bílovice nad Svitavou. At first it may seem there is not much to see in this little town aside from its unique red brick church and the Svitava river. But Bílovice has so much more to offer! Let us introduce you properly to this magical storybook place – the land of The Cunning Little Vixen and Forest, Hills and Waters.
Tips for Trips – Vrbno pod Pradědem
Vrbno pod Pradědem – a small town in the Bruntál District in the Moravian-Silesian Region of the Czech Republic. Although not very well known, Vrbno has enough to offer. A wide range of possible outdoor activities and interesting biking and hiking trails are the town’s pride.
Bike Trip – Discover the Magic of Meadow Forests in Litovelské Pomoraví
Are you wondering where to go for a bike ride when the weather gets sunny and warm finally? Get inspired by Vladimíra Včelná and Michal Frantík, who will introduce you to the Cycle Circuit Litovel – Olomouc.
Step-by-Step Guide on Obligations to Enter the Czech Republic
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the state of emergency has been extended until 22 January 2021. The current restrictions come along with it. What these restrictions affecting the entry to the Czech Republic are, becomes perhaps one of the biggest questions on everyone’s mind.
Tip for a Trip: Porta Coeli and Rosa Coeli – Two Heavenly Places
If you are familiar with the history of Medieval Europe, then you surely know how much the continent was shaped by religion. It used to be an important part of people’s lives and religious figures held a lot of power. No wonder that a lot of money was spent on construction of sacral buildings such as churches, cathedrals, or monasteries. Churches and cathedrals had to be as beautiful as possible so people would respect (or fear) God and be willing to overcome their mundane suffering to rejoice later in the afterlife. Monasteries, on the other hand, were modest – one could not possibly reject earthly pleasures while surrounded by opulence!
Feel Like in a Fairy Tale – Take a Trip to Luhačovice Spa Town
A spa town may sound like a boring place appealing only for old or sick people. Quite the opposite! It is not only about treatments, massages, bathing, or drinking from natural healing streams. Spa towns attract all generations by its calming atmosphere or impressive architecture. Luhačovice is one of them.
Villas of Brno – Tips for Trips
Are you an architecture enthusiast? Well, then Brno is an absolute must for you! Besides mixing various architectural styles over the entire city, the city has several villas that are definitely worth a visit. Villas in Brno can be generally divided into two groups and whether you enjoy clean architecture or something more decorative, it definitely has a lot to offer. Are you a sworn minimalist? How about visiting villa Tugendhat or villa Stiassni? Or perhaps if you enjoy decorations and skilful art, you can visit Jurkovičova villa. Brno has it all.