Here you will find some useful tips for organising your trip to MotoGP Czechia which will help you to get around Brno easily during your visit.
Brno is an ever-changing dynamic city of nearly four hundred thousand people. Here’s our guide to how to get around the city.
If you do not want to worry about parking, public transport would be the best option. There are trams, city buses and trolley buses. Buses operate 24 hours a day and there are special night buses at night.
Night buses leave every 30 – 60 minutes, depending on the line. The Main Railway Station (‘Hlavní nádraží’) is the central interchange point of all night trams and buses.
The interval between most buses is 7 – 15 min from Monday to Friday during rush hours. Weekend intervals are 10 – 30 minutes. The average interval between most trams is approximately 8 minutes during rush hour on working days; otherwise every 10 – 15 minutes.
For times, schedules and routes, click here.
Tickets are sold at yellow ticket vending machines, kiosks and railway stations and via SMS at the stop. You can also buy a ticket for a higher price on the bus or tram, just ask the driver and be sure to have the exact amount of money.