Historic Settlements Meet University Culture
South Moravia’s capital is an enticing blend of historic architecture and the vibrant, modern atmosphere of a university town. A mysterious, subterranean world lies beneath innovation and creativity, with the second largest ossuary in Europe. Brno has only come to the attention of tourists in recent years, despite the city being the country’s second largest. Castles, forests and daring, early 20th-century modern architecture, like Vila Tugendhat, contribute to photogenic scenes and a wealth of attractions to explore.
Music, both modern and historic, also breathes life into the city. The European Mozart Ways cultural route makes a stop here.