How to get to Brno
- To the international Airport Brno-Tuřany regularly served by flights from London (Stansted) and München. From the airport, you can get to the city center (Hlavní nádraží station) by bus number E79 (or N89 at night) which departs from the airport every 30 minutes. The journey takes approximately 20 minutes and costs 25 CZK.
- To Vienna International Airport (Schwechat), from which you can easily get to Brno by train with change at Vienna Hauptbahnhof, operated by ÖBB and České dráhy (Czech Rails). Planning your journey and buying the ticket online in advance would help you to avoid long waiting times and enable you to get a substantial discount. The journey will take about 2 hours. There is also a direct bus connection from the airport served by Regio Jet/Student Agency or by Leo Express. The journey from airport to Brno would take approximately 2,5 hours. Bus companies do not operate at night hours.
- To Václav Havel Airport Prague (Ruzyně), from which you can get to the city center by a public transporation (or taxi). The Airport express (EA, 60 CZK) shuttle bus will take you to the Prague Main Train Station (Hlavní nádraží), from which the trains go every hour (during daytime) operated by České dráhy (Czech Rails), Regio Jet/Student Agency or Leo Express. There are also several bus lines between Prague and Brno (Regio Jet/Student Agency, Flixbus, Eurolines), usually from Florenc Coach Station. You can find suitable connection on IDOS webpage. The journey from airport to the city center takes approximately 35 minutes, the train or bus from Prague center to Brno takes 2,5 hours.
- Due to its position in between the Central Europen capitals (Vienna, Prague, Bratislava, Budapest), Brno has a great train connection to the wider region, with direct lines to Berlin, Dresden, Hamburk, Vienna, Budapest, Graz etc. The EuroNight Metropol and RailJet trains stop here. Plus the Central railway station (Hlavní nádraží) is located right next to the historic city centre. You can plan your connection via IDOS.
- You can find many bus companies providing direct conection to european cities, such as Regio Jet/Student Agency, Eurolines and others. You can plan your connection via IDOS.
- Brno is connected to other cities by D1 (Prague to Ostrava) and D2 motorways (Bratislava). For using the motorway, you have to buy a vihnette (10 days for 310 CZK, available at petrol stations, Czech Post) and place it on the front window. There are several parkings around the city center, you can find the actual capacity on the BKOM page.