Brno's spooky hilltop castle is considered the city's most important landmark. Its history stretches back to the 13th century, when it...
These medieval cellars were discovered during excavation work carried out in 1999. This is a self-guided tour that takes around 20...
This ghoulish 20-minute tour through the former burial grounds and crypts below the Church of St James displays the collected bones and...
This microbrewery is highly popular with students, who come for the great house-brewed, unpasteurised yeast beers, including a rare...
Údolní 11 · interesting places nearby
Sushi master Noritada Saito and head chef Petr Fučík have combined forces to bring one of the country's top restaurants to Brno. The main draw card is sushi, served from Tuesday to Saturday, but the menu includes traditional Czech dishes with an Asian twist, such as pike-perch served with barley risotto and apple-vinegar foam. The wine selection is excellent. Book ahead.