Hotel Cyro

Anenska 9, Brno, 602 00, Czech Republic
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Day trips from Brno

by mangrove

Hello,

I will be in Brno for 3 days later this month and I'm interested in taking a day trip outside of Brno for one of those days. Would you happen to have any suggestions that can be done using public transportation?

Thanks a lot!

Re: Day trips from Brno

by WStat

Hi,
what about Vienna ??
There is an EC-Train (EC71) departing at 07:43, arr.VIE at 9:28,
return also by EC (EC 70)at 18:33, arr. Brno at 20:21
Why not give it a try ?
Good Luck!

Re: Day trips from Brno

by hundwalder

Take the express bus to Olomouc. Takes less than 1 hour and cost is very reasonable.

Re: Day trips from Brno

by mangrove

Thanks!

I should have specified that I will also be going to Vienna and will stop in Olomouc for an afternoon on my way to Krakow - sorry!

I'm considering Bratislava as a day trip. What about Mikulov & surroundings?

:)

Re: Day trips from Brno

by hundwalder

Mikulov is on the highway from Vienna to Bratislava. It is well worth a stop, although there is nothing spectacular about the environs. Bratislava is OK as a daytrip from Vienna, if you take in tbe well preserved Austrian towns just west of Bratislava. I would not spend much time in Bratislava.

Travel Tips for Brno

Weird Girl...

by coceng

Me, standing next to this weird girl wooden statue. A Tall Big Black Naked Girl holding a fruit !
Is there a name for the girl ?
Photo taken by Tomas. Hours before I took the bus back to Vienna.

Sic transit Gloria mundi

by globetrott

"Sic transit Gloria Mundi" - this is where all the glory on earth will lead to one day - this is the inscription in the back of this hall.

what a nice way of telling the people, that after the death everybody will be the same, no matter whether they were rich or poor on earth...

ooo ooo ooo ooo ooo ooo ooo ooo ooo ooo ooo ooo ooo ooo ooo ooo ooo
All of the coffins in this room of the Capucine catacombs have a cover made of glass, and you may still see the dried bodies of people who died more than 200 years ago.
It is the special kind of ventilation in the catacombes that makes the bodies and faces dry out but not fall apart even after hundreds of years...

Vranov nad Dyji

High on a...

by verunka

Vranov nad Dyji

High on a rocky spur overshadowing the vast expanse of the Vranov reservoir, stands the picturesque castle of the same name. It foundation goes back to the 11th century when it served as one of the elements of the defensive system associated with the frontier river Dyje. In 1323 it was given in pledge to Jindrich of Lipa, a prominent supporter of Eliska, the last of the Premysl clan.
From 1421 it was in the ownership of the Lichtenburg clan which carried out only minor adjustments to the building. In 1618, at the start of the revolt of the Estates, it fell to the Althan family who soon sold it, but obtained it again after 1680, holding onto it for a longer period. To them is due the extensive rebuilding which turned a medieval abode into a elegant Baroque castle. The architectural and decorative work was carried out by the foremost of Austria's Baroque artists. The overall project was probably designed by Johann B. Fischer of Erlach; Domenico Martinelli, and after 1723, also by Antonio E. Martinelli as a collaborator. The so-called Hall of Ancestors, oval in plan, is the finest part and spiritual centre of the castle.


Vranov nad Dyji, general view

Vranov nad Dyji, entrance staircase
The painting in the vault, which celebrates the Althan clan, was executed in 1695 by Johann Michael Rottmayr. Tobias Kracker was the artist of the sculptures at the lower level. the church of the Most Holy Trinity, built in 1698 - 1700, was decorated with murals by I. Ceinitz. Late in the 18th century the entire castle was furnished in the classical style.

The Althan estates prospered considerably from the manufacture of ceramics during the years 1799 - 1882.

Noteworthy is also the ruin of Novy Hradek, situated on the rocky isthmus of a fork of the Dyje river.

THIS IS A MODERN BRNO - There...

by NightStar

THIS IS A MODERN BRNO - There are a greatest place for Trade faires of different branches in lots of halls, traditional business centre - there are in all of seasons different faires. Also our company have there regularly stand on International Building fair in April. LOOK: http://www.bvv.cz

DINAMO

by lehmus about Dinamo (also known as U naftara)

Used to be a low-society place :) Had a table football, electronic darts, crapy ladies-toilet and you could bet you would always meet someone who knows you but not your friends :)
NOTE: not updated info! no code at all

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