HOW TO GET TO THE CITY
Brno is situated at the crossroads of the D1 (Prague - Brno) and D2 (Brno - Bratislava) motorways. Both these motorways form part of the trans-European East-West highways (France - Ukraine: E50) and North-South (Scandinavia - Balkans: E55, E65).
You can go by coach with
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- Eurolines Bohemia Euroexpress International
Enjoy this broad offer of destinations. If you do not find your destination with us, we can arrange for another link-up for you, e.g. National Express over Great Britain and Ireland, or a link with a change of buses with our foreign partners.
- For National Bus (Coach) timetable information system please go to jizdnirady.atlas.cz/JRCis.asp?tt=c&cl=E5
Euro City trains on the Vienna to Prague route have stopped at Brno and the City of Brno is taking an active part in the VRT, a project for the creation of a European network of high-speed rail routes. The average number of passengers using the main railway station in Brno is approx. 70 000. Brno is one of the most important Central-European rail junctions, as it is situated on the international Balkan - Budapest - Prague - Berlin – Scandinavia rail route.
For more information and rail timetables:
The international airport of category I. ICAO is situated 7.5 km from the centre of the city, and allows operation even during the windiest of conditions. Thanks to its very good meteorological conditions, the airport acts as the main reserve airport for Prague. The international airports in Prague and Vienna, which are served by most airlines, can be reached by car in approximately two hours.
The nearest river ports used are at Bratislava (Slovakia) and Vienna (Austria) on the Danube River and Melnik on the Elbe. The ocean ports of Trieste, Hamburg, Gdynia and Gdansk are also u