GPS coordinates: 49° 12'N, 16° 37'E
Brno is an important highway crossing. The highway D1 from Prague and Jihlava passes through its southern edge. The highway next goes to Vyškov and Kromeríž, or if you say via R46 to Olomouc and next to Ostrava. A highway D2 to Bratislava branches out from D1 in Brno. An Extended road connection to Vienna - skyway R52 - is under construction from nineties.
International Airport Brno (Brno-Turany) is a public international airport with full-period operating. It is located 7.5 km southeast from the centre of Brno, just on the edge of historical Austerlitz Battlefield. The airport terminal and major part of grounds is located in cadastral area Turany but substantial part of grounds also belongs to cadastral area Šlapanice nearby Brno.
The airport terminal is located approximately 2 km from the highway D1, exit 201 - Brno-Slatina. There is a parking place just in front of the airport entrance which is toll-free until 10 minutes and can be used for long-term parking as well. You can also get to the airport using direct bus line No.76 (bus goes every 30 minutes) and night line No. 89 (bus goes every hour). The bus departs from the Brno Main train station. The travel time is approximately 20 minutes. There is a taxi stand right in front of the terminal.
Brno is an important railway junction of Czech Republic. A very first train on the territory of the Czech Republic came to Brno from Vienna June 7th, 1839. There are regular train connections to main directions as follows:
- Ždár nad Sázavou - Havlíckuv Brod (line No. 250) - Kolín - Praha (Prague)
- Breclav (line No. 250) - Vienna
- Breclav - Bratislava - Budapest
- Ceská Trebová (line No. 260) - Pardubice - Praha - Dresden - Berlin - Hamburk
- Prerov (line No. 300) - Ostrava - Bohumín