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Brno is a large city in the Czech Republic, the second largest in the country in terms of population. The city is situated relatively close to Vienna, Prague and Bratislava.

The city centre has a wide range of visitor attractions, including churches, theatres and public spaces. Spilberk Castle is a famous fortress used as a prison, which is also worth a visit. For architecture fans, the Tugendhat Villa situated on the suburbs of Brno is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List as a classic example of Bauhaus Architecture.

Brno is well served by international train services, with the main station situated close to the centre of the the city. The most important destinations reached from Brno include Prague, Vienna and Bratislava. Tickets to Vienna start from just €12.

A variety of coach services also call at Brno, including Eurolines, Bohemian Lines, Student Agency, and Tourbus a.s.

Once inside the city, there are plenty of public transport options, including trains, trams, and buses. Public transport is very good value, and operates on a time-basis, with a ten minute journey costing €0.40.

How to get to Brno from
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The service between Prague and Budapest is operated by the EuroNight 'Metropol' sleeper train service. Both first and second class sleeping accommodation is available onboard, as well as second class couchettes. A second class seating carriage is also available, although obviously not as comfortable as the other options.

This route is shared between Berlin and Brno with another EuroNight sleeper train service to/from Vienna.