Welcome to the Brno Exhibition Centre

Výstaviště 405/1, 603 00 Brno, Czech Republic

BVV · Brno Exhibition Centre
BVV · Brno Exhibition Centre
BVV · Brno Exhibition Centre
BVV · Brno Exhibition Centre

The tradition of the Brno Exhibition Centre started in 1928. It was built to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the forming of the Czechoslovakian state. Since then, many events have been held here and Brno has earned itself a reputation of and exhibition city. Brno Exhibition Center is one of the biggest in the world and offers the perfect space for any event. The keen-eyed visitors might notice the mix of functionalist and modern architecture, as the expo center evolves with time.

> How do I get there?

It’s only minutes away from the city center accessible by public transportation or a car.

Brno Trade Fairs
Výstaviště 405/1
603 00 Brno
GPS:49°11'18.5"N 16°34'42.6"E

  •   If you come by car, you can take advantage of a reserved parking lot just next to the conference hall

  •   If you choose public transport, there is a station called Výstaviště - hlavní vstup. You can get there by tram number 1.

  •   If you are coming from far, you can take advantage of direct flights into the Brno Airport from London Stansted, Munich, Berlin and Milan. If you do not have the option to take a direct flight, you will most likely want to fly to Prague and then take a train or a bus to Brno. Another good choice is to land in Vienna or Bratislava. You can get to the Conference the fastest from Bratislava. All the cities are connected with a wide selection of buses and trains.

The City of Brno

The city of Brno is famed for its beauty and vibrant atmosphere. However, it’s also widely recognized as the tech, and in particular, game dev capital of the Czech Republic. A number of domestic and international companies have made Brno their base and the city visibly prospers.

If you are looking for a bit of high-quality tourism between the talk or workshops, there are a number of outstanding historical monuments and points of interest you shouldn’t miss. Here are some of them:

Villa Tugendhat

A marvel of modern architecture and a member of the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Sites, villa Tugendhat belongs to the most popular tourist destinations.

Castle Špilberk

Surrounded by a beautiful park, a 13th-century royal castle watches over the city of Brno like a silent guardian. Visit of the castle promises the best view in the city and Christmas for the history buffs.

Petrov Cathedral

With its 84 meter high gothic towers, Petrov cathedral is a very difficult monument to miss. Much like Castle Špilberk, Petrov is an indispensable part of the Brno panorama and a cultural treasure of the Czech people.

Ossuary underneath the Church of St. James

A unique burial ground beneath the Church of St. James is a bizarre and fascinating sight. It is as much a tourist attraction as it is a place of reverence.

Moravian Karst

North of Brno, Moravian Karst is a protected natural reserve encompassing over 1100 caverns and natural gorges. Some of these cave systems are open to tourists and come highly recommended to visit.

Veveří Castle

One of the oldest castles in Moravia and the entire country, situated on a rocky promontory towering over the Svratka River near Brněnská přehrada (the Brno Dam).