Brno’s Old Town Hall was the center of government from the mid-13th century to 1935. It is also home to the most famous symbol of Brno, the Brno dragon.
For centuries the residents of Brno have visited this 13th-century square to buy fruit, vegetables, flowers and more.
The cathedral has been through one gothic and two baroque reconstructions and now dominates the Brno skyline.
Their first bar is known as The Bar that Doesn’t Exist and is in the heart of Brno’s old town. It is a two-storey building with a fantastic inside elevator.
This UNESCO World Heritage Site is a world-renowned work of functionalist architecture that was created by German architect Ludwig Miese van der Rohe.