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- What is a BRNOPAS?
BRNOPAS is a tourist card full of benefits that leads you around Brno and South Moravia and recommends interesting places and upcoming events. You also get FREE or substantially discounted admission.
- Who is BRNOPAS for?
Anyone coming to Brno for a visit who doesn’t want to miss out on anything interesting. And anyone who wants to save money, even people who live in Brno.
- What does BRNOPAS get me?
BRNOPAS brings together and clearly presents a regularly updated offer from many institutions. You get free admissions, in particular to the Top 5 places in Brno (Špilberk Castle, Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul, Ossuary at the Church of St James, Old Town Hall tower, and Brno Zoo), special discounts, and, with a three-day BRNOPAS, a free boat ride (during boating season).
- What types of BRNOPAS are available?
BRNOPAS can adjust to your needs and the length of your stay. The offer includes from one to three days for adults or kids. BRNOPAS is always valid for the entire calendar day for each day you choose. Each type of BRNOPAS includes the chance to buy a ticket to Villa Tugendhat; just choose the BRNOPAS with Villa Tugendhat when purchasing.
- How can I get a BRNOPAS?
You can purchase one in our online shop or at one of the points of sale: TIC BRNO infocentres at Radnické 8, the main train station, and Panenské 1; participating hotels; and outside of Brno at the chateau in Mikulov, where you can immediately use the discount on admission to the chateau and the nearby Archeopark in Pavlov and then continue to Brno.
- Does the BRNOPAS prince include a ticket to Villa Tugendhat?
Yes, if you chose the BRNOPAS with Villa Tugendhat, it includes admission with an extended tour – a tour of the villa with its technical facilities that takes 90 minutes – at the price of CZK 400 for an adult and CZK 250 for a child under 16. You can buy the ticket online or at a point of sale, but no more than 7 days before the given date. After paying, you get the BRNOPAS as a QR code and a ticket to Villa Tugendhat. The capacity for a BRNOPAS with a ticket to the villa is limited.
- What form will my BRNOPAS take?
You’ll get a BRNOPAS as a QR code that will be sent in an email or printed for you at an infocentre. At a TIC BRNO infocentre, you’ll get a printed BRNOPAS brochure, an official city guide worth CZK 100, and a postcard of Brno.
- How much will I save with BRNOPAS?
With a BRNOPAS, you can save as much as CZK 1,270.
- Is BRNOPAS worth it for kids under 6?
At most institutions, children under 6 get in free even without BRNOPAS. But if you’re planning to visit in one day the VIDA science centre (usual admission for children from 3 years of age is CZK 150) and Brno Zoo (usual admission for children from 3 years of age is CZK 110), it’s worth buying a one-day BRNOPAS for your child for CZK 190, which gives them free admission to these and several other places.