Use 'salina' (tram) to get around Brno. The best are the old roundish ones (look a bit like dragged from a scrap)- the newer, cubic trams, don't have the feeling and I dislike them. They are like buses on rails. And the brand new Skoda trams suck totally!
At night there is a different time-table. All the buses/trams start from the main station at every whole hour. When you miss it, you have to wait one more hour for the other line. The vehicles are usualy totally crowded. Be careful with drunken people.
Very funny, well organised and simple. There are only 10 buses going during the night with numbers 90-99. The main point is Hlavni nadrazi (Main Station). All the buses come every hour at 11, 12,... to Hlavni nadrazi, there is some time for changing and go away.
If you go to Hlavni nadrazi at 2 am, there are more people than during the day.
The public transportation in Brno is very easy. There are two change points: Hlavni nadrazi (Main station) and Ceska and only 13 trams. From Hlavni nadrazi you get almost everywhere around Brno. Then there are also buses. All trams and buses finish at 11 pm!!!
The ticket is 22 kc for 60 minutes.
The trams are a very good way of getting around this city. Like with all czech city trams the tickets cam be bought from the orange machines and are for set period of time. Now once aboard a tram one MUST validate the ticket by placing partly inside a validator machine inside the tram. If you don't you may face a rather stern fine. Once validated the time starts from then...
The best way how to move quickly around in Brno is taking a tram. In the town centre they run every 5 minutes. But if you are not in a hurry please walk, it is worth looking up on the nice historical buildings. Their statutes and decorations attract me even after such a long time I have been living in Brno.
On the picture there is the Faculty of the Music on the left, when you walk by you can often hear the piano or some other kind of music, when the students are practising :)
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.