Getting to Brno


By Air

Direct flights to Brno Airport are currently possible from London/Stansted. We recommend taking a flight at one of the nearby traffic hubs, Prague Vaclav Havel Airport or Vienna International Airport. Prague and Vienna Airports are just over 200 and 150 kilometers from Brno. You can catch an express coach to Brno departing directly from Prague and Vienna airport. You can also travel by train from the main train station located in both central Prague and central Vienna.





By Express Coach from Vienna/Prague


If you are arriving either at Vienna or Prague Airport, the most comfortable option is to get the RegioJet express coach service which runs to and from Brno city centre. It will take just over 2 hours from Vienna and 3 hours from Prague.

After your arrival at Prague Vaclav Havel Airport you may go from one of both Terminal-Exits to the bus stop trough crosswalk. The bus stop is located under the overpass of the street. The bus stop is signed with the RegioJet logo.

If you choose to travel at Vienna Airport the RegioJet bus stop is situated in the bus terminal. After the exit from the new arrival hall go to the right. The buses depart from platform number 2.

The journey to Brno by an express coach should be between 6 to 12 Euros. We strongly recommend buying a ticket including seat reservation in advance. You can find the most suitable coach here:

By Express Train


From Prague Airport to Brno

The best way to get to Prague main train station is to use the Airport Express line. The Airport Express Line is a service of the Czech Railways and this bus goes from Terminal 1 directly to the main train station (Wilsonovo nadrazi) near the city centre. This kind of transport is not a part of the Prague Integral Transport System, so do not purchase a ticket using a ticket machine – pay directly to a bus driver. One-way journey costs 60 CZK. You can find an actual Airport Express schedule on this website.

If you want to take a Taxi or Uber the price should be about 400 CZK. The address of Prague main railway station is Wilsonova 300/8, 120 00 Vinohrady-Praha 2.

The journey from Prague by train starts approximately at 200 CZK. We strongly recommend buying a ticket including seat reservation in advance. You can find the most suitable train here:

From Vienna Airport to Brno

The best way to get to Vienna main train station (Vienna Hauptbahnhof) is to use the OBB train line from Flughafen Wien Bahnhof (Airport train station) to Vienna Hauptbahnhof. The express train leaves the station every 30 minutes. You can buy a one-way ticket for about 4,2 Euro (it is possible to purchase a ticket directly at the airport or in advance here).

The journey from Vienna Hauptbahnhof by a train starts approximately at 10 Euros. We strongly recommend buying a ticket including seat reservation in advance. You can find the most suitable train here:

  • Ceske Drahy – Czech national railway operator
  • OBB – Austrian national railway operator

Public Transportation and Tickets in Brno


Visitors can purchase a ticket (by cash or in some cases by card) using a ticket machine in the departure hall or next to almost every bus/tram stop. You can also buy tickets in the information centers or (with higher price) by bus driver. The most suitable ticket for travelling within Brno costs 25 CZK. It is valid for 60 minutes and is interchangeable (valid for bus, tram and train). You can also pay by a contactless credit/debit card on Brno public transport (trams and buses). The system automatically chooses the cheapest fare at the end of the day based on all your trips.

If you are interested in a specific journey around Brno, you can use an online timetables on this web.

By Foot


If you love walking a pilgrimage, take a St. James route from Vienna to Brno. It should take approximately just about 50 hours.