This is another often overlooked city, even by Europeans. It’s culturally vibrant, and the warm locals make it a “Must-See” if you’re looking to explore Eastern Europe. You’ll find accommodations here at about $25-30 per night.
And the architecture is stunning and diverse, with many modernist builds like Villa Tugendhat from the 30s. You can also check out the historic sites like the medieval Špilberk Castle, which used to be a prison back in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Nowadays it’s a museum, be sure to see the lookout tower while here. Another unusual sight is the tunnels underneath the Cabbage Market. It was built for storing food and was also used as a hiding place during times of war.
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