THE YOUTH!

Brno is the #4 most popular city for students according to topuniversities.com, with the survey revealing the greatest appreciation for education quality and social life.

A single walk through the centre will reveal that Brno is a city of students: 14 universities and 60+ secondary schools attract young people. Because young people have always been a source of innovation, #brnoregion radiates energy, fun, life, and love. The city offers student discounts for fees to cultural events and a student cinema with a programme set by students.

THE YOUTH!
 THE NATURE!

THE NATURE!

You may enjoy lifting weights at the gym, but you get the best exercise outdoors!

Brno is a green city – parks and woods make up a third of its area, so it’s no surprise we love spending most of the day outdoors. We have state-of-the-art gyms, of course, but none can hold a candle to cycling to work, skating outdoors, or cross-country skiing. On nice days, all of the city’s parks are filled with people jogging, playing games, walking their pets, slacklining, doing tai chi, picnicking, relaxing with friends, just being outside, together and happy

THE RESPONSIBILITY!

Ecology, human rights, minorities, fair trade: people in #brnoregion care about their environment and more

Brno is home to dozens of non-governmental and environmental organizations, so you have many options for volunteering. People in #brnoregion are active and their civic engagement is clearly seen in hundreds of projects, from the communal gardens to the internationally respected Meeting Brno festival, established as a platform for meetings among people with various opinions, cultures, and religions.

THE RESPONSIBILITY!
THE URBANITY!

THE URBANITY!

Do you prefer the countryside or the city with all its comforts? #brnoregion has them both; there is no “or”.

Let’s put an end to the question of whether life is better in the country or city. #brnoregion has it all: the services of a metropolis and the calm atmosphere of the countryside, as well as an excellent bonus: wonderful landscapes. The city’s parks aren’t fenced in but open to everyone for sports, relaxation, and work, with picturesque views, sunlit vineyards, protected landscape areas, and the unique cave system of the Moravian Karst. All within reach of Brno, the second largest city in the Czech Republic.

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