With a new semester changes in public transportation in Brno come: there’s a renewed transit stop at Domeq. As some of you may know, Dornych street had been closed for reconstruction for nearly two years but now it’s finally open! Thus a new bus stop replaced the old one which used to be strictly for trams: the stop is called Kovařská and it’s situated way closer to Domeq than any other.
Public Transportation in Brno: What Tickets to Get and Where
It’s very important in today’s world to use public transport instead of private commuting ways, as we all are facing the problem of traffic jams and air pollution and Brno seems to follow that culture.
The Best Public Transport in Europe
Public transport is something Prague can be proud of. Comparing to other capital cities it’s cheap, efficient and highly integrated. It is also quite safe to travel around Prague by tram and the metro, both during the day and at night. As guidebooks say – Prague has the best public transportation system in the whole […]
Prague’s Tram Network Will Undergo a Change
Residents of Prague should prepare for a significant change in the tram network. From the 28th of August 9 established tram routes in Prague will undergo a change, also 3 new tram routes will be launched. Project of tram network improvement, proposed by Prague transportation company Ropid, had been previously approved by city authorities. The […]
How to get a public transportation pass in Brno?
The public transport system in Brno is one of the best! There are buses, trolleybuses and trams to get you wherever you need to go! During night time, night buses are operating every hour or so, which is quite convenient! This system is part of the Integrated Public Transport System of the South Moravian Region […]
What you should know before coming to Brno
In January there are a lot of Erasmus students arriving to Brno. I should know, I was an Erasmus student once. I went to Poland, but I believe I can still share some valuable information about spending a semester abroad.
Getting an OpenCard
Public transportation is essential while living in Prague. You can get a single ride pass or a day pass from any vending kiosk, but if you’re in the city for a long time, you’re going to want to apply for OpenCard.