If you are new to Brno or your family is about to come to visit and you have no idea where to bring them, we may have a good solution for you. Brno Minibus tour is now available for booking until late October. Photo: Michal Růžička, TICmB

During the tour, an expert guide introduces Brno’s culture and history. The guide speaks in Czech but there are audio recordings in English and German. “There is an added value for tourists in going on minibus. They get to see the sights and attractions of Brno outside the city center,” said director John TICmB Janulíková. You can choose from three different programs for the tour.

The first program focuses on the castles of Brno. During this excursion, you will learn more about the history of Špilberk Castle or Veveří Castle. This tour is available every Saturday.

Time: (2 h 45 min)

The second one will tell a story about Brno Židenice, a Jewish part of Brno. The tour brings you to such places as Löw-Beer Villa, Jewish Cemetery and Synagogue telling the notorious history of the WWII. The tour is available only the first Sunday of a month.

Time: (2 h 45 min)

The last tour features famous villas in Brno such as Tugendhat or Jurkovičova villa and includes sightseeing of Churches of St. James and St. Augustine as well as various parks and theaters. This minibus waits for tourists every Friday and Sunday.

Time: (2 hours)

The prices for the tickets:
Regular price – 250CK
Children from 7, students, seniors and disabled – 150CZK
Family pass – 600CZK

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