Best Western Premier Hotel International
Husova 200/16
602 00 Brno, Czechia

www.hotelinternational.cz

The hotel is located in the very centre of Brno, accessible by all means
of transport. By car it is only 15 minutes and less than 12 kilometres from Brno airport or 12 minutes’ walk to the main train or bus station.

Room reservation at special rates is available during REGISTRATION.

Arriving by train

Brno Main Train Station has connections from Vienna. The station is approx. 15 min walk from the venue (850 m), but you can also take the tram to “Náměstí Svobody” station (tram line no. 4 or 9 –  two stops in the direction of the city centre) and then walk 5 minutes (350 m).

Arriving by plane

Brno Airport has scheduled connections from Munich, Brussels, London, Milan, Barcelona. From the airport you can take a taxi ride that will take about 20 mins and costs about €25 (please note that the local currency is CZK, 1€ = approx. 25 CZK).

Arriving by car

From Prague (205 km/2h15m) take the motorway D1. Take exit at the 190 km and drive on the road E461, direction Výstaviště.  After approximately 3 kms turn right direction Centrum/Židenice and follow road 42. After 2 km turn left to Křížová street, after 450 m right to Pekařská and after 800 m turn left to Husova street. After 270 m you will reach the hotel (on your right side).

From Austria you can take the motorway A5 from Vienna (140 km/ 2h00m). Please note that a toll sticker is required on the Czech motorways (can be purchased at the border or online). After entering Czechia take road 52/E420 direction Hustopeče. After approx. 26 km you will reach the highway D2 to Brno, follow it about 25 kms, then D2 will change into road 41, follow it 3,4 km and then turn left to Úzká street. After 500 m right to Nádražní, after 100 m left to Husova street. You will reach the hotel after 750 m (on your right side). There is a large parking lot in front of the hotel.

Brno

Brno is a city in the South Moravian Region of the Czech Republic, located at the confluence of the Svitava and Svratka rivers. The Brno metropolitan area has more than 600,000 inhabitants, making it the second-largest city in the Czech Republic after the capital Prague, and one of the 100 largest cities of the EU.

Brno is the former capital city of Moravia and the political and cultural hub of the South Moravian Region. It is the centre of the Czech judiciary, with the seats of the Constitutional Court, the Supreme Court, the Supreme Administrative Court, and the Supreme Public Prosecutor’s Office, and a number of state authorities, including the Ombudsman, and the Office for the Protection of Competition. Brno is also an important centre of higher education, with 33 faculties belonging to 13 institutes of higher education.

Brno Exhibition Centre ranks among the largest exhibition centres in Europe. The complex opened in 1928 and established the tradition of large exhibitions and trade fairs held in Brno. Brno hosts motorbike and other races on the Masaryk Circuit, a tradition established in 1930, in which the Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix is one of the most prestigious races.

The most visited sights of the city include the Špilberk castle and fortress and the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul on Petrov hill, two medieval buildings that dominate the cityscape and are often depicted as its traditional symbols. The other large preserved castle near the city is Veveří Castle by Brno Reservoir. Another architectural monument of Brno is the functionalist Villa Tugendhat which has been included on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. The city is a member of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network and has been designated as a “City of Music” in 2017.

You can find many tips to explore the city on this website: https://www.gotobrno.cz/en/