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Best Free Tours in Brno

Beautiful, medieval Brno is absolutely worth exploring. The Old Town and its surroundings hold a deep sense of culture, history, and intellect.  Free Walking Tours in Brno offer a comfortable, fun, and educational closeness to the city’s everyday life. Join the Essential Brno City Tour to navigate the Spilberk Castle complex alongside a local guide who will help you get acquainted with its history in just a few hours. You will hear incredible stories about the castle, which was once used as a military fortress and a jail for political prisoners. The next day you can take the fun Free Myths and Legends Tour of Brno to explore the main squares, villas, and stunning parks by night. You will hear the history and interesting oddities of such a unique town. Join these tours and enjoy navigating through Brno’s Old Town for free!

Highlights of a Free Tour in Brno

Like many cities in this part of the world, the Old Town of Brno is the highlight of the tour and where many of the key sights can be found. Stop off at the Old Town Hall, marvel at its wonky tower, and hear the legends as to why it came to be that way. Take a look inside and you will find the infamous Brno dragon hanging from the ceiling! Near here is the 13th-century Cabbage Market Square, home of the Moravian Museum and the Reduta Theatre, where Mozart once performed. Underneath the Cabbage Market Square is a labyrinth of tunnels which you can explore with a guide. Navigating through the Spilberk Castle complex you will also come across small caves, or grottoes, very characteristic of Brno, some of which you can explore. You’ll see all this and much more on Free Tours in Brno!

Things to Do in Brno

At the heart of Czechia, Brno is a fantastic place to visit with. Learn about its ancient past with Brno Free Walking Tours, grab coffee in a traditional coffee shop, or simply have fun wandering the charming streets. Brno is not just full of historical relics; it also has a great collection of modern architecture to explore, including Villa Tugendhat, considered one of the forerunners of modern architectural design. If you are interested in architecture, then a visit here is a must. If you are looking for a slower pace, then a head to to one of the Brno parks, such as Luzanky Park, the first public park in what is now the Czech Republic. Further afield, you can visit the Macocha Gorge, the deepest sinkhole in Europe. This impressive place connects a maze of tunnels and is perfect for exploring on foot or by cycling.

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