Advantages: Relaxed atmosphere, feels more "Czech" than Prague. Disadvantages: Not much to see; lacks genuinely great pubs, restaurants & nightlife.
...had renovated out of it. Or second, you might roll up, wander around for a bit, think, "Is that it?", and then move on.
The real charms of the Czech Republic's second city reveal themselves over time. With a population of around 400,000, it often feels smaller, with many locals evacuating the city for the countryside at the weekends. The immediate center is tiny, and Brno's attractions can be...
Advantages: Varied Culture, Warm people Disadvantages: Spoilt by joining the EU
...People talk about the Czech Republic, when they really mean Prague. Prague is like most major cities in Europe, its big, beautiful, and has its own certain cultures to attract tourists, it is however, too commercial for my liking (read my other reviews about what I do, and where I go)
I favour the other side of the coin, and my journey\'s reflect that.
Flying to the Czech Republic is easy...
Advantages: Handsome city with lots to see and do; more personal than Prague Disadvantages: Cookie Tourist Info staff; not an overtly friendly city
...year and in total its many higher education faculties have more than 90,000 students. So why is it that so many people have never heard of the Czech Republic's second city?
Given that Brno is just a couple of hours by train from Prague, and even less from Vienna and Bratislava it's maybe surprising that Brno has held onto its budget route to and from the UK with Wizz Air though it's possible that...