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10 Best Attractions in Brno, Czech Republic

Ritika Khandelwal Aug 30, 2019
Being the second largest city of Czech Republic and a part of UNESCO Creative Cities Network, Brno is full of amazing places to visit which will certainly strike your eyes.

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The Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul

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A significant architectural and artistic monument with stunning interiors and exteriors, with 84 metre high towers offering you magnificent view to the city.

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Špilberk Castle

Established in the 13th century, Špilberk is a massive Castle with a dark history. Here you can sight an interesting museum and some great views of the city.

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Moravian Karst

A gem of nature!

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Moravian Karst is the notable Karst regions in Central Europe. Of around 1100 caverns and gorges, 5 caves are accessible. It features hiking and cycling trails which leads visitors to explore more places of interests.

Tugendhat Villa

Designed by the renowned architect, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.
Tugendhat Villa is an icon of modernism considering the sumptuous materials, abnormal construction methods, and extraordinary new technologies. Inscribed on the World Heritage List by UNESCO in 2001, the villa today is a flourishing cultural and educational sight open to public.

The Church of Saint James

Originates in the beginning of 13th century, The Church of St. James is one of the prominent churches in Brno, with dynamic gothic and baroque architecture.
The Ossuary at the church is the second largest in Europe with remains of around 50000 people. It is a tourist attraction as well as a place of reverence for the dead.

Parnas Fountain

Parnas Fountain is one of the most beautiful fountains from the 17th century.
This amazing monument of baroque sculpture in the Cabbage Market Square, Brno is definitely worth a gander.

Capuchin Crypt in Brno

A basement holding mummified bodies which is founded in the mid 17th century.
It might sound a bit horrifying, but today this funeral room is considered as one of the fascinated tourist attractions.

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Macocha Abyss

Macocha Abyss, a.k.a Macocha Gorge, is the deepest sink hole in Central Europe with a gruesome story, obvious by its name itself which translates as ‘Stepmother Abyss’.

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The tour of the Punkva cave which takes you to the bottom of the Macocha Abyss at a depth of 138m where Punkva River flows through it.

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Ferris Wheel

Czech Republic is not always about Prague.

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During Christmas the markets in Brno are considered to be the most beautiful, and is full of food, drinks, music, activities and more. The city witnessed the biggest ferris wheel in Christmas 2018.

Old Town Hall

No visit to Brno is complete without visiting the Old Town Hall.
A historical building serving as a cultural and informational centre, and having a ton of history associated with it. The Brno Dragon and Brno Wheel are the well-known symbols here.
Brno is a beautiful city and one cannot afford to miss it.