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Set off on a historical journey of discovery, discover Brno. Czech Republic’s historical city Brno promises to thrill from its gorgeous vineyards basking in golden sunshine to museums, galleries and theatres. All-inclusive holiday packages from Travel Center are an affordable option for exploring Brno. The famous vineyards of South Moravia offer world-class wines, gorgeous scenery and cosy winecellars to explore. Enjoy fire-work competitions every evening seen from Dam Lake and the town centre. Or lose yourself exploring historical Spilberk Castle and museum which was the former seat of the Holy Roman Empire. History buffs enjoy, for the world’s second biggest ossuary is found in the 13th century Gothic church St James. While Art Nouvea and Baroque style architecture adorn many old buildings. A must visit is Capuchi Monastery offering Baroque statues, mummified monks and underground tombs. A cultural melting pot of chic galleries, museums and historical sitesBrno will satiate the taste-buds of all culture buffs. Want to spend your time snuggled up in a cosy pub, drinking traditional beer and eating the customary fried-cheese? Then plan that dream holiday with our all-inclusive holiday packages including the cheapest flights, budget-friendly hotels and flexible booking options. Relax in the pristine beauty of unspoilt country-sides guaranteed to rejuvenate. Treat yourself to the history capital of Czech. Book your Tour-Center holiday to Brno today!
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Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul
This magnificient cathedral is located on the Petrov hill in the center of the city of Brno. The interior was designed according to the Baroque style and it’s impressive 84 meter high towers were made according to Gothic Revival designs. The cathedral was rebuilt in the 14th century as a three nave Gothic basilica. Regular religious services are held daily.
The Macocha Abyss is a sinkhole that is located north of the city of Brno. It is also known as Macocha Gorge and it’s English translation is Stepmother Abyss. It is 138.7 meters deep and is the deepest light hole type sinkhole in Central Europe and is a part of the Punkva Caves and has the Punkva River flowing through it. It is a popular spot for cavers and advanced technical divers.
This castle is located on a hilltop in Brno, and was first constructed in the first half of the 13th century by Premyslid kings and was completed by King Ottokar II. After being a major royal castle in the mid-13th century and a seat of the Moravian margraves in the mid-14th century, it became a baroque forest which was known to be the harshest prison in the empire and then was finally turned into barracks.
Capuchin Monastery and Vault (Klaster Kapucino)
As it is known in Czech, the Kapucinska Krypta is a tomb that is located in the basement of the Church of Capucinorum. It includes hundreds of mummies that have been well preserved and are open for viewing to the public. The monastery was built in 1651 while the vault was built in the 18th century by Moric Grimm. One of the more famous mummies here include the Baron Trenck who was a prisoner at Spilberk Castle.
St. James Church
Located in James square in the center of Brno, this late Gothic three nave church dates all the way back to the 13th century. The oldest part of it is the presbytery with an inner polygon. The church was founded by German inhabitants and was later renovated according to the Baroque interior style in 1750 and again radically reconstructed in the Gothic Revival style in 1871.
The Ossuary in Brno which is the final resting place for human skeletal remains was rediscovered in 2001 in the historical center of the city. It is estimated that it holds over 50 thousand people making it the second largest ossuary in Europe. It was founded in the 17th century, expanded in the 18th century and was opened to the public in June 2012.
This museum which was opened to promote the legacy of abbot and scientist Gregor Johann Mendel well known for his studies on plants, has been an institution of Masaryk University in Brno since 2007. It was first established in 2002. It demonstrates Mendel’s genius and raises awareness about fields of study students of the University can encounter.
Museum of Romani Culture
This interesting museum is dedicated to the history and culture of the Romani people otherwise known as gypsies. It was founded in 1991 by members of the Czech Romani Intelligentsia. After initially being moved from one place to another, it is now located on Baritslavska Street in Brno, the center of the local Romani community. It’s first permanent was opened on December 1 2005.
This museum is a part of the Moravian museum and exhibits the oldest history of Europe and mankind. It is located in the western part of Brno on the banks of the river Svratka. The central point of its main exhibition hall includes a life size model of a mammoth. It was opened in 1961 and refurbished in 2003 and 2006.
Named after its builder Dusan Samo Jurkovic, this villa is currently one of the leading examples of Central European Art Nouveu Folk style. Initially serving as a home for its builder, its style was influenced by the British Arts and Crafts movement and European Modernism along with inspiration taken from folk architecture.