Brno Attractions

What to see in Brno

Brno is the second largest city of the Czech Republic and the cultural and administrative centre of the South Moravian Region. Brno has a beautiful historic centre with historic sights from the 11th century and a large number of Baroque and Renaissance buildings.

Visit this website to find a wealth of information on sights, transportation, food and fun in Brno: https://www.gotobrno.cz/en/

Here is a list of some of the main attractions in Brno:

  • Spilberk Castle
  • The Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul
  • Capuchin Church & Crypt with Mummies
  • Old Town Hall
  • Villa Tugendhat
  • Fait Gallery
  • The Moravian Museum
  • The Anthropos Pavilion
  • Gregor Mendel's Museum
  • The Brno Technical Museum
  • The Brno Exhibition and Fairgrounds
  • The National Theatre in Brno
  • The Brno City Theatre
  • Observatory and Planetarium Brno
  • STAROBRNO -The Old Brno Brewery
  • Shopping Gallery Vankovka
  • Masaryk Brno Circuit -Car & Motorcycle Racing
  • ZOO Brno
  • Brno Dam
  • Ignis Brunensis = International fireworks festival
  • Austerlitz - Napoleon Battlefield
  • Austerlitz (Slavkov) Castle
  • Moravian Karst
  • VIDA Science Centre
  • Villa Stiassni
  • Villa Jurkovic
  • Brno Underground & Ossuary under St. James' Church

Always important: What kind of power socket?

In the Czech Republic the power sockets are of type E. The standard voltage is
230 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.

For more detailed info: https://www.power-plugs-sockets.com/czech-republic/

Important Dates

Application dates
15 November 2018 - 31 January 2019
Information on acceptance
1 March 2019
Registration/Payment
1 March - 15 April 2019
Summer School
8 - 12 July 2019

Contact

Academic issues:
Masaryk University
Petr Novotný
novotny(at)phil.muni.cz
Klára Harvánková
harvankova(at)phil.muni.cz

Organisational issues:
EERA Office
Doretta Dow
dow(at)eera.eu