HOW TO GET TO BRNO
Visitors of Brno can use International Airport Brno-Tuřany, which provides flights to Prague, London, Moscow, Eidhoven and other charter destinations. The visitors can use International Prague Airport and Brno is also well connected to international airport in Vienna (Austria).
Airport Brno-Tuřany http://www.brno-airport.cz/en/
Brno has its own international airport, which is regularly served by flights from London (Stansted), Munich (Germany), Barcelona (Gerona) and Moscow (Vnukovo). A domestic flight offers connection with Prague. Then you can take a taxi from Airport Brno to Brno. It will cost around 300 CZK.
Vienna International Airport http://www.viennaairport.com/en/passengers
There is no direct flight from Vienna to Brno because of too short distance. Easiest transportation from Vienna airport to Brno is with bus operator RegioJet offering 8 connections daily from Vienna to Brno from 13 EUR one way. Duration of the travel is approximately 2 hours. Tickets are available to purchase online at the website.
Václav Havel Airport Prague http://www.prg.aero/en/
Easiest transportation from Prague is with train operator Czech Railways offering very comfortable trains or with bus operator RegioJet offering 36 connections daily from Prague to Brno from 8 EUR one way. Duration of the travel is approximately 2,5 hours. Tickets are available online website with German and English version.
Brno is an important rail junction situated on the Balkan – Budapest- Prague – Berlin – Scandinavia rail route. All Eurocity trains stop in Brno. The distance from Prague to Brno is 256 kilometres, from Vienna 155 kilometres, from Bratislava 132 kilometres, from Berlin 566 kilometres and from Wroclaw 312 kilometres. The Central railway station is located in the centre of Brno, a few minutes walk from the historic centre. You can search for rail connections at the following address: www.idos.cz.
Brno is located on the main Czech highway D1 and D2. For highways and some bigger roads it is necessary to have a highway sticker, which is for sale at the border crossing, petrol stations, post offices and in the motor clubs.
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