Tourist Attractions Brno Czech Republic

16. Church of Saint James

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The 14th-century Church of St. James is Brno's most important religious structure. Now a National Cultural Landmark due to its important architecture and historical artifacts, the church has an old Gothic cross; early 16th-century reliefs, including one of the crucifixion statues and some interesting tombstones; and a Baroque organ.

17. Špilberk Castle and Brno City Museum

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Dating back to the 13th century, Špilberk Castle was built on a hill commanded by Czech King Pøemysl Otakar II and includes a royal castle, fortress and prison. Today, the castle is home to the Brno City Museum, founded in 1904 and hosting many regular exhibitions. Permanent exhibitions focus on the castle's architectural history and its role as a prison, as well as the history of Brno.

18. Moravian Cave

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Famous for its cool air and beautiful caves, including many interesting stalagmites and stalactites, Moravian cave is a must-visit place when you come to Brno. Located 25 kilometers northeast of Brno, the Karst area covers about 100 square kilometers and contains more than 1,000 caves and canyons that have been found, five of which are open to visitors. For those of you who like adventure, it is possible to visit some of the caves that are less frequented and require a guide. 

19. Villa Tugendhat

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Villa Tugendhat - the first modern architectural masterpiece built on Czech soil - is famous for its unique open plan structure and use of materials such as onyx, chrome, travertine, and ebony. Set in an opulent residential area, the villa was built in 1930 for Fritz Tugendhat and his family, after which the building was named and is now listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Guided tours in English are heavily exploited, but due to the Villa's popularity, tickets should be booked 3-4 months in advance.

20. Dietrich Stein Palace and Moravian Museum

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The Dietrich Stein Palace, built in the early 17th century for Cardinal Dietrich Stein, is the epitome of Brno's splendid Baroque architectural style. Today, the palace houses the beautiful Moravian Museum and is also the oldest and largest museum of the Czech Republic. It is also home to more than six million historical artifacts.