Holiday In Brno
Return Economy class airfare with charges on Airline visualized : Aeroflot or comparative
Abroad travel protection for explorers up to 55 years old
Mainland buffet breakfast
Things of individual nature viz, drinks, clothing, calls, and so forth.
Anything not specified in considerations.
Suppers other than determined in the schedule.
GST OF 5% ON TOTAL PACKAGE
1 The Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul
Perched atop Petrov Hill in the heart of Brno, the Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul is considered a national cultural monument and remains one of the city’s most important attractions due to its splendid architecture. Highlights include its exquisite Baroque interior, as well as the 84-meter-tall twin towers added at the start of the 20th century (the main part of the building dates from the mid-1700s). Try to time your visit to coincide with the ringing of the midday bells, which in fact sound at 11am (legend has it this early peel successfully tricked attacking Swedes into ending their siege). Another highlight is a chance to see the remnants of the original city walls buried underneath the cathedral, as well as its interesting old crypt.
Špilberk Castle and the Brno City Museum
Dating from the 13th century, Špilberk Castle (hrad Špilberk) was built by Czech King Pøemysl Otakar II and has served many roles over the years, including those of royal castle, fortress, and prison. Today, the castle is home to the Brno City Museum with its fine permanent and frequent temporary exhibitions. Permanent exhibits focus on the architectural history of the castle and its role as a prison, as well as the history of Brno. Concerts, theatrical performances, and other cultural events are held in the castle’s courtyard throughout the summer, and visitors are also encouraged to climb the lookout tower for its fine views over the old city.