In between ultra-touristy Prague and pricey Vienna, lies Brno – the unassuming, underrated, but ultimately hip capital of Czech Republic’s South Moravian region. Here’s a city that houses magnificent architecture, a vibrant food and drinks scene, and a number of quirky attractions, and yet none of the crowds and hefty price tags of the more popular Central European cities. If you’re looking for a cool city to chill in, then you have to check this out. Here’s where to stay in Brno.
Prague is a delightfully exciting city that goes from medieval to modern, historic to hipster, and sacred to scandalous in a few blocks. Much of your experiences in Prague depend heavily on which neighborhood you choose to stay, so be sure to check out this guide to Prague’s best neighborhoods and hotels.
If you’re looking for a hip European city with loads of culture and attitude, minus the crowds and the hefty price tag, Brno’s the perfect destination for you. While largely overshadowed by Prague, Czech Republic’s second city has a lot to offer. Its medieval streets and underground labyrinths tell stories as far back as the 13th century while the modern buildings and cafes that sprout endlessly continue to make Brno the vibrant city it is today. Check out this travel guide to plan your trip to Brno!
Ever heard of South Moravia? This is Czech Republic’s very own wine region that’s brimming with delicious wine, stunning natural landscapes, and a jolly crowd.
From its medieval castle to its meandering cobbled alleys, Cesky Krumlov is the stuff of fairytales. If you’re still wondering whether you should take a day trip or stay for longer, trust me: whether you plan to stay a day, a week, or a month, you’ll want to stay a day longer than that. Here’s where to stay in Cesky Krumlov.
A visit to Cesky Krumlov is a crash course in art, history, culture, and architecture. Use this comprehensive travel guide to painlessly plan your trip.