Brno the second largest city in czech with a long history and a beautiful care free city. In brno one needs to be sure to visit:
The City center is full of historical buildings, old churches, theaters, fountains, sculptures, clubs, restaurants, etc. It is very compact, so one could just walk around most of the places of interest.
Špilberk Castle, the famous fortress used as prison. Many people have been tortured here from all around Europe, mostly during Austro-Hungarian Empire times. Currently, it's museum with restaurant and nice park around, free for walks and beautiful sightseeings.
Petrov Cathedral, 10 minutes walk from city center.
Old Town Hall, between the Cathedral, nám. Svobody, and the main station
Náměstí svobody (Freedom Square) forms the heart of the city
The Tugendhat Villa, 20min walk from the town center, is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List
Capuchin Church is a monastery from 17th Century right in the city center.
Baroque Parnas fountain from 16th century, located at "Zelný trh" a square with a fruit and vegetable market above Masaryk street
The Moravian Museum - second largest and oldest museum in the Czech Republic
The Mendel Museum of Genetics - Gregor Mendel died in Brno.
Visit Ignis Brunensis, fireworks competition
Visit Grand Prix Brno, the Moto GP event
Visit the Brno Trade and Fair Centre
Brno has plenty of local restuarants serving the local specialities. One also finds outlets serving german, mexican, italian and continental cuisines.
Places must on all lists....Pegaus, Charlies' Hat, Bobby...but then they many more local bars and night life centres. Also do taste Starobrno and kofola..another must is travel the entire length of the city through trams and trolley bus...beware of the gypsies...