8th International Conference on

Autonomous Infrastructure, Management and Security

(AIMS 2014)

June 30 - July 3, 2014, Brno, Czech Republic


Use the interactive map below to find out more information about accommodation. Click on the hotel symbol to learn more about the hotel. All room prices are approximate.

Special rates for AIMS 2014 arranged in following hotels:
("dollar" sign in the interactive map)

  • Hotel Continental Brno ****
  • Grand Hotel Brno ****
  • Hotel International Brno ****
  • Barcelo Brno Palace Hotel ****

To obtain special rate for AIMS 2014, enter note "AIMS 2014 Masaryk University Event" during booking process.

The City

The Facts You Need to Know (About)

  • city status in 1243, the capital of Moravia since 14th century
  • population around 380 000 people
  • university city (> 5 universities), around 89 000 university students
  • cultural hub of Moravia - galleries, theaters, museums
  • long tradition of motor racing - Masaryk Circuit
  • capital of juridical authority of the Czech Republic - Constitutional Court, the Supreme Court, the Supreme Administrative Court

The Places You Need to See

City sightseeing

  • Tugendhat Villa (www) is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Designed by Mies van der Rohe, it is seen to be a classic example of Bauhaus architecture.The building reopened in March 2012 after an extensive restoration, review here. It is possible to visit the Villa by guided tour in English, German and French; tours are led hourly and must be booked in advance.
  • Freedom Square (Náměstí Svobody) the heart of the city. It's shaped into big reversed "A". Many cultural events take place here and there are always a lot of people here.
  • Špilberk Castle (Hrad Špilberk) (www) the major royal castle in Moravia, fortress used as one of the most feared prisons in the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Beautiful view on the city panorama, museums of Czech history.
  • Petrov Cathedral (Katedrála sv. Petra a Pavla) (www) forms a dominant silhouette of Brno skyline. Petrov is the name of the hill which the cathedral is built upon, not the cathedral itself. A Norman church was originally on this site, it was re-built in the Gothic style in the 14th century.


  • Austerlitz,the Battle of the Three Emperors, one of Napoleon’s greatest victories. Slavkov castle, a Baroque pearl of Moravia represents the period of Napoleon,s ages. On the place where decision about the Napoleon's victory in the Battle of the Three Emperors was made, was built a Peace Monument (Mohyla míru) as the commemoration to the dead. (more info)
  • Moravian Karst (Moravský kras) is the largest and the most important karst area in the Czech Republic. It is also one of the purest areas with beautiful nature, historic buildings and vast complex of caves. (more info)
  • Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape (Lednicko-valtický areál) is the largest cultural-natural complex in the world and UNESCO World Heritage Site. The tourist attractions are, for example, the Lednice Castle and its large landscape park full of surprises, Minaret, Salety – romantic follies, and Valtice Castle. It is also famous vine area. (more info)

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