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GSOF Symposium Europe 2023 will take place at Brno Exhibition Centre. The venue is located in Brno, Czech Republic - an easily accessible city that boasts a rich cultural heritage in the heart of Europe.

As a central European-city within only 3 hours from Prague, Brno is well connected with direct links to several European destinations. To help plan your visit, please use the information below.

Air Travel

Air Travel

To travel to the venue by air, there are flights every few days from London Stanstead Airport. You can get direct flights from Milan, Tenerife and Tivet. 

You can find direct flights to Brno on their website here.

Alternatively, there are more regular flights to Prague and Vienna from all European capitals. Upon arrival, Brno is easily accessible by other means of transport. Please refer to the Local Transport section for further information. 

Local Transport

Local Transport

By car

You will require a highway stamp if you plan to travel on the highway and expressway from Vienna, Prague and Ostrava. You can buy one at border crossings, petrol stations and at the post office. You will need to follow any 'BVV' or 'Exhibition' signs. 

Bus and Train

From Prague-Ruzyně Airport, there are regular buses every half an hour daily to Brno city centre operated by ČSA. Alternatively, you can get the train from Prague Main Station, Prague-Holešovice and Prague-Smíchov which will take approximately 3 hours into Brno.

Where to Stay

Where to Stay

There are a wealth of accommodation options available for visitors to GSOF 2023.

Choose to stay close to the venue or opt for a more central option to make the most of your visit to Brno.

Full details will be available shortly.

Visiting Brno 

Founded in the 11th Century, Brno is the Czech Republic's second largest city following Prague, and is home to a number of attractions, architecture and food outlets to visit during your stay.

This city features many places of interest, including the Capuchin Crypt, Denisovy Sady park, the Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul, the observation deck, Náměstí Svobody, the Špilberk Castle and UNESCO-listed Tugendhat Villa to name a few.