Hotel Vista

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Hudcova 72, Brno, 62100, Czech Republic
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Need help on prices, cost of living, supermarkets in Brno

by Mistiqshannen

My friends will be transfered in Brno for 2 yrs (work there). We are wondering how much does vegetables, meats, fruits, fish cost per kilo/pounds? If possible to site kind vegetables and fruits and fish available there it will be great help.

They will be staying in stredni 61. Is there any supermarkets/markets, restautants, shopping malls, groceries near the area? is it walking distance or need to ride in a bus. How much is the fare?

thank you

RE: Need help on prices, cost of living, supermarkets in Brno

by am&pm

You might find this website helpful---one of our members here who has Brno listed as her hometown:

RE: RE: Need help on prices, cost of living, supermarkets in Brno

by denisa01

Hi, there is shopping mall with Tesco and Kaufland not far... walkind distance, I would say about 10 minutes walk. Look at this website: ... it might give you an idea about prices.

If you still want to go by bus, a ticket will cost you 8CZK (valid for 10 minutes), 13CZK for 40 minutes.

RE: RE: Need help on prices, cost of living, supermarkets in Brno

by Mistiqshannen

thanks for the information. Really a great help

RE: Need help on prices, cost of living, supermarkets in Brno

by hundwalder

Shop at the weekend open air produce market in central Brno. There is a tip about it on my Brno page.

Re: Need help on prices, cost of living, supermarkets in Brno


It is definitely a good idea to get a monthly/quarterly pass for public transport. Price is 14/37 EUR.
For more info check this website:

Re: Need help on prices, cost of living, supermarkets in Brno


This article:

will give you a pretty good idea about cost of living. Although it is for Prague, if you ignore the section "accomodation", everything else could be applied for Brno as well.

Travel Tips for Brno

Making Basil Fawlty Seem Helpful & Polite...

by LeeRobertAdams

If you have never visited the Czech Republic before, there is something you should be prepared for...rudeness!

It's an often discussed topic, and there are a number of theories to explain the phenomenon of blunt, blank faced, belligerent, sarcastic, huffing and puffing, tutting and eye-rolling, hostile, lazy and sheer bloody-minded rudeness foreigners frequently encounter in this country.

I've spoken to Czech colleagues about it, and it's reassuring to know that they suffer from the same kind of thing, and are quite embarassed or angry about it.

From the waitress who wants to finish sending her text message before belittling herself to take your order, to the middle-aged jobsworth on the till at Tesco's who rations out the shopping bags as if they're her own personal property, the backward-thinking mentality when it comes to 'Customer Service' is almost universal in this town.

No joke - it actually becomes a talking point when you receive friendly, decent service once in a while!

It's a weird trait of the Czechs, who once you get behind the stony, unsmiling facade are one of the most generous people I've met.

There's no real way of dealing with it, other than to take it and get on with your day - there's no point trying to admonish someone for rudeness, or trying to explain that YOU are trying to spend YOUR money in THEIR establishment, thereby paying THEIR wages or contributing to THEIR profits.

They simply don't see it that way. They'd sooner watch you walk out the door after waiting fifteen minutes in an empty restaurant than cut their conversation short to come see what you want.

Even after living here for eighteen months, some altercations can leave me infuriated or sometimes quite shaken up! Last time was when I got told off in the supermarket for not putting a divider on the conveyor belt between my shopping and the person in front...

Just laugh it off is the best advice I can give - sometimes the rudeness can reach farcical levels, so enjoy!

Another great dragon in Brno / Brünn

by globetrott

You may walk inside the new townhall of Brno / Brünn and in the large inner-court you may see 4 of these really giant dragons at the 4 corners of the court.
Their only purpose is to spit out the rain-water and to add of course to the beauty of the archtecture.
You may walk into that court freely and without restrictions and will find also some great paintings and sculptures.
Quite a lot fo people obviously walk through that court also , when they want to go quickly from Husova to the centre of town.

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It is a pity the small picture looks a bit strange, but when you click on my pic it looks a lot better !


by Chamsa

RENAISSANCE HOUSE: on the triagular shaped place called Kapucínské námestí in the city center you will find this wonderfull restored renaissance building. When you walk in you will find shops and nice little cafés. Then take the staircase or lift to the top and enjoy the beautiful view over the city.

Kromeriz - 50 km east of Brno

by globetrott

Kromeriz is another interesting place, when you start to explore the east of Czechia.
There is a big castle with an excellent interior, BUT unfortunately Photography is forbidden inside !
Around the castle is a great park with a baroque maze and a small zoo .
Don't miss the big townsquare with plenty of great baroque buildings and churches.

You may click here in order to
see a map of Kromeriz by

In Brno

by Vcela

The public transport system in Brno is excellent. The backbone of the system are the trams with good support from trolleybuses and regular buses.
Most services run through the two main points north and south of the centre; Hlavni nadrazi (main train station) and Ceska.
Tickets can be purchased from kiosks, machines or DPMB offices. Remember to punch your ticket once aboard.


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