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To the south of Moravia, among forests, rivers and vineyards, there is a city that is as fertile as the surrounding countryside. Brno, the second largest city in the Czech Republic and the capital city of the Southern Moravia Region. A place to enjoy the wonderful artistic and cultural heritage that marks its history. A legendary splendour, which is reflected in the luxury and distinction of Brno’s hotels, making a stay in this city a wonderful experience for all who visit.
There is no definite guide to things to do in Brno as in this case it is the city itself that guides the visitor, not the other way around. The city’s options are so varied it could be said that Brno is made up of several cities and the visitor must decide which aspect of the city they are interested in discovering.
For some, Brno’s architectural heritage will be a must-visit, a tangible wealth of monuments such as the Cathedral of St Peter and St Paul, Spilberk Castle (used as a prison for centuries) or the Villa Tugendhat (inter-war functionalist building, since declared a World Heritage Site). Whereas other visitors may be more attracted by the city’s intangible assets and prefer to mingle with the locals in the lively atmosphere of Svobody Námesti (the oldest square in Brno), the medieval houses of the surrounding areas, the hustle and bustle of Zelný Trh (the flower market) or the picturesque beer houses where you can enjoy local Czech delicacies such as suckling pig with sour cabbage or roast duck with pumpkin.
The interesting thing about this Czech country enclave is that every visitor can decide what they would like to do in Brno, with the guarantee that every activity, whether it is leisure or culture, will be a rewarding experience. Above all, if there is truly a way to immerse yourself in the real depths of the city, to unravel its fascinating secrets, it is by exploring the labyrinth of passages that run underground and that today still echo the city’s lesser-known history.
Given that Brno is the largest city in Moravia, as well as its administrative centre, business trips to Brno are common. Finding a hotel in the centre of Brno is not complicated for business visitors, since the accommodation options in the city are extensive and varied. However, business visitors require hotels to pay special attention to such important matters as excellent Wi-Fi, transport facilities to other noteworthy parts of the city, and access to facilities for organising events and business meetings. The Barceló Hotel Group can take care of all these details and so much more. As a business city, the offer of hotels in Brno is characterised by rooms equipped with the latest technology, facilities adapted for hosting all types of celebrations and an unparalleled location for getting to know the city way beyond mere business.