Information for Visitors

Venues and opening hours

Museum of Applied Arts 
Husova 14, Brno

Wednesday–Sunday 10 am–6 pm
Thursday 10 am–7 pm
Monday and Tuesday closed

University Cinema Scala 
Moravské náměstí 3, Brno

Daily 5 pm – 9 pm

How to get to Brno

Brno is the second largest city in the Czech Republic and the administrative centre of the South Moravian Region. It is a modern student city – home to 13 universities (according to the British QS chart it is the 4th best student city in the world). Brno is also an important cultural centre – host to a number of important galleries, museums and theatres. It is also a centre for remarkable modern architecture including the famous Tugendhat House listed as UNESCO World Heritage. The city is also renowned for its café culture.

Do you want to know more about Brno? Go to Brno.

From Prague
Train: Praha Hlavní nádraží – Brno Hlavní nádraží
Bus Student Agency: Praha Florenc – Brno Grand Hotel

From Bratislava
Train: Bratislava Hlavná stanica – Brno Hlavní nádraží
Bus Student Agency: Bratislava Mlynské Nivy – Brno Grand Hotel

From Vienna
Train: Wien Meidling – Brno Hlavní nádraží
Bus Student Agency: Vienna Schwechat airport – Brno Grand
Bus Student Agency: Vienna U2 Stadion Busterminal Stadioncenter Engerthstrasse – Brno Grand Hotel

Direct flight connection
Direct flights to Brno take off from the airports in Eindhoven, London Luton, London Stansted and Munich.