It’s a pretty easy city to navigate. Even for someone like me who can get lost in my home town! I advise you get Google Maps or the Omio app on your phone if you don’t have it already as it has all the up-to-date information on trams/buses etc.
The trams and buses are reliable and affordable. If you’re staying in town then trams number 1 and 11 both go to Reprofit. The stop you need is: Výstaviště – vstup G2. It’s one stop after ‘Exhibition Centre’.
To use the trams/buses you can either:
- Buy a contactless ticket. Use a debit/credit card and place it agains the little yellow machine when you get on and then do it again when you get off. You’ll be charged for the amount of time you were on the tram. It’s really reasonable – 15 minutes costs 25 Czech Koruna (which is around 80p/$1). This website has a handy video guide.
- You can buy a paper ticket at most of the tram stops from a yellow ticket machine. The tickets are for set amounts of time that you plan to be on public transport for – it takes around 15 minutes to get from the main train station to the clinic.
- You can buy a ticket from the driver.
Here is a video showing you the 3 minute walk from the local tram stop to the clinic:
There is parking outside the clinic if you plan to drive.
You can also get taxis pretty easily using Liftago. You’ll need to download the app onto your phone. And as of August 2020 there is also Uber here.
From the airport
Brno Airport is really small so there are only really 2 options for getting from there to town. You can either get a taxi – there is a small taxi rank right outside the main entrance to the airport. (You could also try using Uber/Liftago)
Or there is a bus which takes you right into town which runs every 30 minutes. The bus is E76 and runs from 5:30 – 22:30.