Olympia is Brno's biggest shopping center, a vast, bright and modern mall on the outskirts of town. A free bus runs from outside Galerie Vankovka, behind the train station.
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The biggest shopping center Galerie Vaňkovka is situated couple minutes from city center, near the train station. It is normal shopping center, but during Christmas fancy decorated and there are also some performaces some days.
Excalibur City is a shopping-centre & Designer-outlet at the Austrian border and it might be a good idea to go there on your way to Austria.
Once upon a time there was a clever Austrian, who had the brilliant idea to build a duty-free-shopping-centre inside the wide stripe of land between Austria and Czechia, that was once used for the watchtowers and the death-zone at the communiste border ....
...all of a sudden nowbody knew what to do with the area, except Mr. Seunig, a clever young man from Austria who became Multimillionaire within a few years...
And you may easily see he is a big fan of phantasy, dragons, gargoyles, mystery things etc.
Everything including several restaurants, lots of shops, factory outlets etc. is OPEN 24 hours a day !!
What to buy: ONLY 25 CIGARETTES per person are allowed to be bought and taken into Austria !!!!
for spirits, wine and champagne there are almost NO restrictions.
all other goods are not restricted at all
What to pay: Times of DUTY-FREE are over due to the EU-regulations, BUT you still may buy spirits in 1 litre bottles for the same price or maybe a bit less than you pay for 0,7 litres in Austria and the other old EU-countries.