Brno, Czech Republic
Brno is a captivating, mid-size city in the heart of Europe, offering a captivating blend of the old and the new. The city's historic center boasts dazzling medieval and Baroque buildings, including the iconic Špilberk Castle and the stunning Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul.
Brno is also a hub of education and innovation - including the GCC2024 host, Masaryk University - contributing to its dynamic and forward-thinking atmosphere. With a thriving arts scene, lively cafes, and a deep connection to Czech history, Brno is a city that seamlessly marries tradition with modernity, making it a fascinating destination for GCC2024 attendees.
Getting to Brno
Before making travel arrangements, don't forget to check any Schengen visa requirements for traveling to EU. Note that there are travel changes taking effect in EU that affect 1.4 billion people globally (including the US citizens) so check before you travel! If you need a visa application letter from the conference, please email the organizers.
If you will be arriving to Brno without a working cell service, it is a good idea to save an offline map of the city on your phone before the trip to ease navigation.
Weather in Brno in July
In June, Brno experiences warm and pleasant summer weather:
- Average temperature: The average daytime high temperature in June in Brno is around 24°C (75°F). Average low temperature is 12°C (54°F).
- Sunshine: June marks the beginning of the summer season in Brno, and you can expect warm and comfortable weather during this time.
- Rainfall: The amount of rainfall in June is generally moderate, so you may encounter occasional showers. It's a good idea to have an umbrella or raincoat on hand.
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Activities beside the conference