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Hostel Mitte

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2km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Hostel of the year 2012! This romantic, cozy and peaceful small hostel is located in a historical building in the heart of Brno, in the middle of the most popular attractions... More...

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Wake Up Wellness Hostel

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1.6km from city centre - Show on Map
9.3
Superb 46
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Wake Up Wellness Hostel will help you unwind and relax.... More...

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Hostel Eleven

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2.1km from city centre - Show on Map
8.4
Fabulous 243
  • Perfect Location
  • Marvellous Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Hostel Eleven is a new hostel in the center of Brno. You get comfortable rooms, some with a terrace, as well as free Wifi. We have a cafe where you can meet and socialize.... More...

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Ruta 80

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0.8km from city centre - Show on Map
8.4
Fabulous 277
  • Superb Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

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Hostel Fleda

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2.5km from city centre - Show on Map
7.2
Very good 539
  • Marvellous Staff
Free WiFi

Do you want to enjoy your stay the best way possible, but not pay too much? Come to Fléda! Fleda is a pulsing place, low-cost, but cozy, with all the facilities a backpacker needs... More...

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Jacob Brno

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1.8km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi

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10-Z Bunker

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2.2km from city centre - Show on Map
8.9
Fabulous 71
  • Perfect Location
  • Marvellous Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free Breakfast

10-Z Bunker offers comfortable lodging & exceptional experience. 10-Z Bunker is dating back to the communist era.... More...

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John Galt

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1.6km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Perfect Location
Free WiFi

Visit us in John Galt Hostel here in Brno. Perfect location, affordable prices and calm home atmosphere will make your stay special and unforgettable. We are glad to offer you dorms and private rooms.... More...

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Bed & Breakfast Brno

Bed and Breakfast
3km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 28
Free WiFi

Welcome to Bed & Breakfast Brno, a guesthouse in the centre of Brno, convenient for everyone.... More...

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Not too far from Prague, Brno is sometimes called the Czech capital's "little sister". Its architecture is a mix of Austro-Hungarian grandeur, Gothic churches with fairy-tale spires and a sprinkling of contemporary buildings. The city has several landmarks, including the 13th-century Špilberk Castle, but the true joy of visiting Brno lies in exploring its local markets, wandering through its picture-postcard streets and soaking up its laid-back atmosphere. It's located in Moravia, the Czech Republic's important wine-growing region. 

Hostels in Brno range from a Cold War bunker, to 1980s-themed accommodation, to a former Art Nouveau cabaret venue or one of the city's oldest buildings. As well as a dash of history, you can expect extras like free Wi-Fi and shared kitchens where you can make new friends over a Czech beer or two. If you're heading here for the lively nightlife, take your pick of Brno hostels in the city centre. You'll also find plenty of quieter options just a short walk away. 

Brno has 29 city districts but most visitors tend to stay within the old town (Brno-střed). This area has the city's busiest hub, Liberty Square, with an ingenious astronomical clock, historical buildings and monuments. It also has a lively café culture and bar scene. Outside the city, Brno-Líšeň's Marian Valley has scenic lakes and forests. Another popular getaway for locals is a day trip to Brno-Bystrc, with Veveří Castle and sailing and biking around the Brno Reservoir. 

The old town is packed full of sightseeing spots. On Petrov Hill, a street of Art Nouveau buildings leads up to the soaring twin spires of the Cathedral of St Peter and Paul, which you can climb for city views. The 13th-century town hall has its very own 'dragon' hanging from the ceiling. Underneath the city's streets you'll find one of the world's largest ossuaries (a room filled with human skeletal remains), dating from the 17th century. There's also an extensive labyrinth of passageways and cellars under the Cabbage Market.

From the modern Brno-Tuřany Airport, you can take a bus to the city centre (20 minutes). There are direct buses to Brno from Vienna International Airport and Václav Havel Airport Prague. You can also catch the train from Vienna city centre (1.5 hours) or Prague (2 hours). Public transport in the city includes buses, trams and local trains; there's also an extensive bicycle lane network and two bike-sharing services that visitors can use, Rekola and Velonet. 

We have 9 hostels in Brno with an average rating of 8.5 based on 3,220 reviews 9 of 9 properties available in Brno

About Brno

Not too far from Prague, Brno is sometimes called the Czech capital's "little sister". Its architecture is a mix of Austro-Hungarian grandeur, Gothic churches with fairy-tale spires and a sprinkling of contemporary buildings. The city has several landmarks, including the 13th-century Špilberk Castle, but the true joy of visiting Brno lies in exploring its local markets, wandering through its picture-postcard streets and soaking up its laid-back atmosphere. It's located in Moravia, the Czech Republic's important wine-growing region. 

Hostels in Brno range from a Cold War bunker, to 1980s-themed accommodation, to a former Art Nouveau cabaret venue or one of the city's oldest buildings. As well as a dash of history, you can expect extras like free Wi-Fi and shared kitchens where you can make new friends over a Czech beer or two. If you're heading here for the lively nightlife, take your pick of Brno hostels in the city centre. You'll also find plenty of quieter options just a short walk away. 

Brno has 29 city districts but most visitors tend to stay within the old town (Brno-střed). This area has the city's busiest hub, Liberty Square, with an ingenious astronomical clock, historical buildings and monuments. It also has a lively café culture and bar scene. Outside the city, Brno-Líšeň's Marian Valley has scenic lakes and forests. Another popular getaway for locals is a day trip to Brno-Bystrc, with Veveří Castle and sailing and biking around the Brno Reservoir. 

The old town is packed full of sightseeing spots. On Petrov Hill, a street of Art Nouveau buildings leads up to the soaring twin spires of the Cathedral of St Peter and Paul, which you can climb for city views. The 13th-century town hall has its very own 'dragon' hanging from the ceiling. Underneath the city's streets you'll find one of the world's largest ossuaries (a room filled with human skeletal remains), dating from the 17th century. There's also an extensive labyrinth of passageways and cellars under the Cabbage Market.

From the modern Brno-Tuřany Airport, you can take a bus to the city centre (20 minutes). There are direct buses to Brno from Vienna International Airport and Václav Havel Airport Prague. You can also catch the train from Vienna city centre (1.5 hours) or Prague (2 hours). Public transport in the city includes buses, trams and local trains; there's also an extensive bicycle lane network and two bike-sharing services that visitors can use, Rekola and Velonet.