BVV Trade Fairs Brno - Hall E Exhibition center plan

Adress: Výstaviště 1, 647 00 Brno, Czech Republic

  • Entry 4th gate: GPS 49°11'4.89"N; 16°34'55.61"E
  • Entry 5th gate: GPS 49°11'5.57"N; 16°34'33.89"E

Getting to Brno by Air:

Brno has a small airport (Brno-BRQ) with daily flights between Brno and Prague (operated by Czech Airlines) and between Brno and London Stansted (operated by Ryanair).

Getting to Brno from Prague:

Prague Airport Ruzyně (PRG) is well connected with many important cities of the world. From Prague you may take a plane, bus or train to Brno. The bus company Student Agency has direct and frequent buses from Prague Airport to the centre of Brno. To buy a ticket, go to Student Agency booth at the airport. The journey takes about 2 hours and 30 minutes.

Getting to Brno from Vienna:

The Vienna International Airport is well connected to Brno by both bus and train. Student Agency buses leave from the airport and operate daily services to Brno. The journey takes about 2 hours and 30 minutes. Trains to Brno depart from the Wien Südbahnhof station.

Getting to Brno by Car:

Car drivers can arrive to Brno via highway D1/E50/E65 (from Prague), highway D2/E65 (from Bratislava), or road 52/E461 from Vienna. Brno is about 120 minutes drive from Vienna or 150 minutes drive from Prague.

Public Transportation in Brno:

City transport in Brno will bring you from the city centre to the Exhibition Centre by tram No. 1 or by bus No. 84 and 44 (direction Pisarky).
Public Transport System of Brno


More information on BVV web page.

Places to Visit in Brno:

PetrovCathederal of St. Peter and Paul, is located on the top of the hill, known as Petrov, on the presumed site of the former Brno castle. After the castle`s demise the free-standing Romanesque basilica was rebuilt as a Gothic cathedral in the 13th century and converted to the Baroque style in the 18th century. Its current neo-Gothic form dates from the turn of this century. Since 1777 the cathedral has been the seat of the Brno bishopric.  Location: 10 min walk from the centre.

Spilberg Castle is dominating the cities skyline along with Petrus and is well worth a visit.  From a major royal castle - established around the mid-13th century - and the seat of the Moravian margraves in the mid-14th century, the castle gradually turned into a huge baroque fortress, the heaviest prison in the Austro-Hungarian empire and then the barracks. Currently, it's a museum with restaurant and nice park around, open for walks and beautiful sightseeings. Location: 5 min walk from the centre.

Freedom squareFreedom Square is the biggest and oldest square in Brno.Its origin dates back to the 13th century. The most frequented historic sights on the square are the House of Lords of Lipa (one of the most beautiful Renaissance buildings in Brno) and its sculptures created by Giorgio Gialdi, the Neo-Renaissance Klein’s Palace and The House of Four Atlantes.

Cabbage market (Zelný trh) has been Brno’s trading centre since the 13th century. The strange, blobby Parnas fountain was designed in 1695 by Viennese architect JB Fischer von Erlach. Location: city centre.


Mendel Museum of Genetics commemorates revolutionary research of one of the most famous biologist in the history of genetics, who worked and died in Brno. The museum is located within the Augustinian Abbey in Old Brno.

Old Town Hall is located between the Cathedral, nám. Svobody, and the main station. It desplayes beloved Brno symbols the Dragon and the Wheel.

Mahen Theatre was built between 1881 and 1882 on the former place of Brno city walls. Architectural style of the building is a combination of the Neo-Renaissance, Neo-Baroque and Neo-Classicism. It was the first theatre on the European continent to be fully equipped with electric lighting.

Capuchin Crypt displayes mummified monks and other Brno residents laid out on the floor of the crypt. The crypt is located beneath the Capuchin Monastery. Location: 5 min walk from the centre.

Print this page

Latest news

Download presentations from Gate2BrnoBiotech

Did you miss Gate2BrnoBiotech conference? Were you there, but you want to have more details or send it to a colleague that wasn’t there? You can download all the presentations in PDF format.

log on:
©2012 Gate2BrnoBiotech 2012       web by       powered by
JIC  BioForum  Enterprise Europe Network