Explore Brno in Czechia with this free self-guided walking tour. The map shows the route of the tour. Below is a list of attractions, including their details.Individual Sights in Brno
Sight 1: Botanická zahrada a arboretum Mendelu
The Botanical Garden and Arboretum of Mendel University in Brno are located on an area of 10.96 ha in the southeast of the cadastral territory of Ponava near the border with the city district of Brno-sever, on the street Small and Class General Píky. Since 1990 the territorial part of Brno-Královo Pole has been part of the Brno-Královo Pole. There is an important collection of trees, shrubs, flowers and other plants, including exotic, imported here, among others from Japan. The Botanical Garden and Arboretum is a teaching and purpose -based facility of Mendel University in Brno, founded by August Bayer in 1938 originally on an area of 2 ha. In the garden it is possible to realize wedding ceremonies. There are exhibitions several times a year.
Sight 2: Schreberovy zahrádky
Schreber's garden is a park mark in Brno-North city district. The park with an area of 2.4 ha lies in the cadastral territory of Černá Pole on the approximate triangle between the streets of Lesnická, Yugoslavská and Voleíkova.
Sight 3: Vila Tugendhat
Villa Tugendhat is an architecturally significant building in Brno, Czech Republic. It is one of the pioneering prototypes of modern architecture in Europe, and was designed by the German architects Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich. It was built between 1928 and 1930 for Fritz Tugendhat and his wife Greta, of the wealthy and influential Jewish Czech Tugendhat family. Of reinforced concrete, the villa soon became an icon of modernism. Famous for its revolutionary use of space and industrial building materials, the building was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2001.
Sight 4: náměstí 28. října
The square on October 28 is the square in Brno located in the Černá Pole district between Milada Horáková Street and the Park Lužánky. The square has a rectangular ground plan and is oriented from north to south. In the middle of the square is a city park, which has been located since 2014 by the Brno Holocaust victims.
Sight 5: Lužánky
Lužánky is the largest city park in Brno and the oldest municipal park in the Czech Republic. The park is located in the Brno-střed District and covers an area of 22.3 hectares.
Sight 6: Blahoslavův dům
Sight 7: Husův sbor
Sight 8: Botanická zahrada
The Botanical Garden of the Faculty of Science, Masaryk University, is located in Brno at the intersection of Kotlářská and Veveří streets, near Konečný Square.
Sight 9: Kraví hora
Kraví hora is a hill with a city park and an observatory and planetarium in the central basin of the city of Brno. It is located about a kilometer northwest of the hill with Špilberk Castle, in the Veveří district. It is connected to the neighboring Yellow Hill by a shallow saddle, where the Peace Square is located. Geomorphologically, Kraví hora belongs to the Bobravská Highlands.
Sight 10: Hvězdárna a planetárium Brno
Observatory and Planetarium Brno is a contributory organization of the Statutory City of Brno, whose history dates back to the 1950s. This cultural-educational institution, which combines the observatory and planetarium, launched in 1954, is located in the area in the middle of the park on the hill Kravi hora in the north-west of the Brno-střed district at an altitude of 305 m above sea level. It is located at an altitude of 318 m above sea level, is the highest point within a circle of several kilometers. Jiří Dušek has been the director of the Observatory and Planetarium Brno since 2008.
Sight 11: sv. Augustin
The Church of St. Augustine in Brno is a Roman Catholic temple built in a functionalist style in 1932–1935 according to the project of architect Vladimir Fischer. The church is located in the center of the Masaryk district on Míru Square, in the cadastral territory of Stránská in the Brno-střed city district. Is the parish church of the parish of Brno-SV. Augustin.
Sight 12: Jurkovičova vila
Dušan Jurkovič's own villa was built in 1906 at the foot of the Wilson Forest in Brno. It is located on Jana Nečas Street in Brno-Žabovřesky and is one of the most important monuments of Art Nouveau architecture in Brno.
Sight 13: Žlutý kopec
The yellow hill is one of the hills in the central basin of Brno, southwest to the south of the neighboring Kraví hory and west of the historic core and Špilberk Castle. From the west and south, it is flowing through the Svratka River, into whose valley it decreases very sharply in the west. It rises north above the Brno Exhibition Center and at the highest point reaches a height of 332 m above sea level. It lies in the whole of Bobrava Highlands on the outskirts of the Czech Highlands, almost on the border with Vněkarpathian reduced decreases.
Sight 14: Vila Stiassny
Villa Stiassni is a functionalist villa in Brno, which was built according to the design of Ernst Wiesner. It was completed in 1929. Her ordering was Alfred Stiassni (1883–1961) with the wife Hermin, born Weinmann, after whom the villa received its name. Since 2009, the villa has been in the administration of the National Monument Institute. At the end of 2014, it was made available to the public.
Sight 15: Anthropos
Anthropos is a museum located in the city of Brno, South Moravia, Czech Republic. The museum is a part of the Moravské zemské muzeum. It focuses on exhibitions presenting the oldest history of Europe and mankind. In a 2009 exhibition, the museum presented the most important art works of the Paleolithic era, such as Venus of Willendorf and Venus of Dolní Věstonice.
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