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In the south of Moravia, passing through forests, rivers and vineyards, there is a metropolis as fertile as the surrounding countryside. It is Brno, the second largest city in the Czech Republic and the administrative center of the South Moravian Region. A place to enjoy, from the perspective of the years, the wonderful artistic and cultural confluence that is the protagonist of its history. A legendary splendor that extends to the luxury and distinction of the hotels in Brno and makes a stay in the city a pleasant experience for all types of travelers.
There is no definitive guide on what to do in Brno as in this case it is the city that is made to the traveler and not the other way around. The options that the city offers to the visitor are so varied that it could be said that Brno is composed of several cities at the same time and it is up to the visitor to decide which facet of the metropolis he or she is most interested in discovering.
For some it will be to approach its architectural heritage, a tangible wealth in monuments such as the Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul, the Spilberk Castle (used as a prison for centuries) or the Villa Tugendhat (functionalist building of the interwar period declared a World Heritage Site). Others, on the other hand, will have a greater weakness for the intangible values of the city and will prefer to mingle with the locals in the lively atmosphere of the Námesti Svobody (Freedom Square), the surrounding medieval houses, the bustle of the Zelný Trh (Flower Market) or the picturesque beer gardens where they can enjoy Czech delicacies such as suckling pig cooked with sour cabbage or roast duck with pumpkin garnish.
The interesting thing about this enclave in the Czech countryside is that each traveler can decide what to do in Brno with the assurance that any activity, whether focused on leisure or culture, will be enriching. However, if there is a way to really immerse yourself in the bowels of the metropolis and be surprised by its secrets, it is by exploring the labyrinth of subway passages that run through it and in which even today echoes of its lesser-known history resound.
As the largest city in Moravia, as well as its administrative center, business trips to Brno are a common occurrence. Finding a hotel in the center of Brno is not a problem for this type of visitor, since the accommodation options in the city are wide and varied. However, business stays require hotels to pay special attention to important issues such as having excellent WiFi connections, offering easy access to other important points in the city or having areas equipped for holding events and business meetings . Thus, Barceló Hotel Group takes care of all these details and more. As a business city, the offer of hotels in Brno is characterized by having rooms equipped with the most modern technology, facilities adapted to host all kinds of celebrations and an unbeatable location to get to know the city beyond the business area.