Stamicova 11, Brno-Kohoutovice
The Juventus Hotel provides a reasonable price accommodation in nice neighbourhood of Brno-Kohoutovice nearby the centre of the city. It is situated 10 minutes away from the Brno Dam, a pleasant holiday area, and Brno Exhibition Grounds and Brno Grand Prix Circuit. The hotel guests can enjoy an indoor swimming pool and fitness centre as well.
Swimming pool TJ Tesla Brno
Halasovo náměstí 7, Brno-Lesná
The swimming pool TJ Tesla Brno is situated in the neighbourhood of Lesná whose build-up began in 1960s. This part of Brno is well-known for its specific combination of blocks of flats, forest park and new-fashioned bloks of flats from the break of the 20th and 21st century. The swimming pool itself belogs in important buildings from 1970s. It was projected by Viktor Rudiš and its roof hung on the ropes is worth mentioning.
Kounicova 20, Brno-střed
Loc: 49°12'11.96"N, 16°36'0.878"E
Hall Stadion in Brno is a traditional place of dancing courses, concerts, theatre performances, balls and parties of all various kinds. Kometa Pub is close and represents home pub of extraleague ice-hokey club Kometa Brno.
Brno lies in the central part of Europe, in the Czech Republic of which it is the second largest city. At the same time, it represents the centre of the province of Moravia, one of the historic lands of the Czech Crown.
Brno is situated in a picturesque countryside, surrounded on three sides by wooded hills and opening to the Southern Moravian lowlands to the south of the city.
The city itself lies in the basin of the Svratka and Svitava rivers. From east to west it spans about 22 km (13 miles). The river Svratka cuts a 29 km (17 mile) path throught the city and is the main supply for the Brno Dam Lake, a popular recreation area in the city's northwest corner. The Svitava River flows through the city for about 13 km (8 miles).
Moravia is a historical region in the east of the Czech Republic. It takes its name from the Morava River which rises in the northwest of the region.
Moravia occupies most of the eastern third of the Czech Republic.
In the north, Moravia borders Poland and Czech Silesia; in the east, Slovakia; in the south, Lower Austria; and in the west, Bohemia.