How to reach the Campus
By Public Transport from Brno centre (bus station, train station)
BUS close to Zvonařka bus station: Bus 61 from Zvonařka stop (UAN, central bus station) or Úzká stop (near Brno central train station next to Tesco) get off at the Kamenice stop – travelling time about 15-19 minutes. buses 60 or 61 Zvonařka stop (UAN) or Úzká stop (near Brno central train station next to Tesco) get off at the Univerzitní kampus-sever (terminus station) – travelling time up to 20 minutes.
TRAIN or BUS (bus terminal at the hotel GRAND): Tram 1 from Hlavní nádraží station to the Mendlovo náměstí station, there change for trolley buses 25 or 26 up to Univerzitní kampus station. After that walk about 5 minutes. Total travelling time about 25 minutes. Tram 8 from Hlavní nádraží station to Soukenická (2 stops), then change for bus 60 or 61 – see above. Travelling time about 20 minutes.
You have to buy one ticket for 25 CZK.Brno Public Transport timetables , English and German versions are available in right bottom corner of the search form.
Arriving by Car
From motorway D1: Take D1 Exit 190 (Brno Západ) and follow Svitavy direction, exit: Nový Lískovec, Univerzitní kampus on the top of the hill (about 2 km from the motorway). Then follow the first roundabout 3rd exit to Netroufalky street, next crossroads turn right to Kamenice street, 2nd roundabout 3rd exit to Netroufalky street.
How to reach Brno
Brno can be reached easily by direct trains from Prague, Vienna, Bratislava, Berlin, Hamburg, and Budapest. You can travel by plane to Vienna and then by coach, train or car (130 km). Another possibility is to travel by plane to Prague and then travel about 200 km by coach, train or car.
Arriving by Plane
There are direct flights to the Brno airport from Antayla, Eindhoven, and London. The nearest large international airports are Vienna (130 km) and Prague (200 km). They provide good train/bus connections to Brno; some airlines even offer direct bus transport to Brno from the airport. Ask your travel agent for this option when buying your plane ticket.
How to get from Vienna Airport to Brno:
- There are direct bus lines from Vienna to Brno (Wien-Brünn); however, you need to book the seat in advance. It is possible to acquire reservation via internet and sometimes they have free seats; it is also possible to buy the ticket on the bus.
- If you want to travel by train, you can purchase a ticket at the railway station. You need to go from airport to the Meidling Hbf or Wien Hbf railway station. There are many ways of transport. Note that there are multiple railway stations in Vienna.
How to get from Prague Airport to Brno:
- One option is traveling by bus. There are direct bus lines from the Prague airport to Brno. Student Agency buses (recognizable by the yellow colour) depart from the Prague airport every hour from 7:35 to 21:35. It is possible to book a seat in advance via internet. You can also buy the ticket in the Student Agency Ticket Office at the Prague airport, Terminal 1. The ticket price is 250 CZK.
- The second possibility is to travel by a regular bus or by train. However you need to take care of the transit from the airport to the railway/bus station by public transport or the Airport Express.
Arriving by Car
Brno is located in the southwest part of the Czech Republic, on he D-1 backbone motorway Prague-Brno-Bratislava, and on the rail-road line Prague-Brno-Vienna. The nearest international airports are Vienna and Prague. It takes about a 120 minutes to get to Brno from Vienna and 150 minutes from Prague. Use exit 190 when leaving the motorway from Prague.Notes:
1) If you want to use a Czech highway you must buy a stamp (CZK 310,- for 10 days, CZK 440,- for 1 month).
2) For a map of the Czech Republic see Maps CZ or Maps Google.
Arriving by Train
Brno can be reached easily by direct EC/SC/RJ trains from Prague, Vienna, Bratislava, Berlin, Hamburg, and Budapest. You may find train connections which suit you best by using the on-line timetable services.For railway or bus connections the actual information may be found at:
a) Bus and Train Timetables
b) Austrian Railways
c) Czech Railways
d) German Railways
e) Hungarian Railways
f) Slovakian Railways