A cheap flight to Brno is ideal for discovering the Czech Republic's second largest city and historical capital of Moravia. The city is famous for its beautiful medieval buildings such as the Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul and the Spilberk Fortress on the Petrov Hill, two of of the city's most recognisable sights. The city's Exhibition Centre is the largest in the country, and the 23rd biggest in the world. Dating from 1928 it hosts a large number of events, exhibitions and trade fairs and a cheap flight is the perfect solution for business travellers who wish to attend shows throughout the year. Villa Tugendhat, a wonderful example of functionalist architecture created by the famous German architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe is a favourite with sightseers, and is a UNESCO world heritage site. Nearby the wonderful landscape of the Moravian Karst is a must with its limestone escarpments and caves bisected by waterfalls and streams. Find a flight from the many available to explore this exciting city for yourself.
Getting from the airport into the city is simple with a convenient shuttle bus service that runs approximately every half hour, enabling you to pick up a connection easily once your flight arrives. The bus stops at the main train station, the tram terminus and also the bus station and takes around 20 minutes. The bus service is very cheap and costs the equivalent of about one British pound. There are also plenty of taxis and with a cheap flight you may just feel like treating yourself to a relaxing drive as you take in the scenery on the way into the city from the airport. Again, the journey takes around 20 minutes and costs approximately £10 (300 Korunas). There is something to appeal to all tastes in this historic and beautiful part of the Czech Republic, and the city is an exciting and vibrant choice for all ages.