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Just 212 steps down to enter the labyrinth’s winding passages The passageways in the Labyrinth under the Vegetable Market lead to unique and mysterious places, including medieval cellars hidden six to eight metres below ground. Visitors learn how...more
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Labyrinth is a nice place to see the history of the city and how people lived. You can see how they stored their things, food and vegetables for the winter or a lot of wine for ... every day? :) And beer of course.
One of the first activities we chose to do in Brno was to visit the Labyrinth under the market. We booked the tour which takes place in Czech (we received audio devices instead) and went with a well sized group underground. The place is truly...More
With this tour, you go under vegetable market and see tunnels what were built as cellars. There are expositions what people kept in cellars and what they could do during ancient time. Tour take approximately 45minutes. We have got very good guide who explain all...More
I wasn't sure what to expect, but I think this is a must if you're visiting Brno and have an interest in history. Yes it is only an audio guide in English but the tour guide still conversed with us and let us in on...More
Labyrinth under Vegetable Market is a system of underground corridors and cellars, located in the historical centre of the City of Brno, in the Czech Republic.
The underground lies beneath one of oldest squares in the city, and originally served for food keeping, beer brewing,...More
A very interesting overview of hidden part of old Brno. The part that is not seen everyday by everyone.
The alchemist's lab, food storage, bar and the prison. I wonder if there's an underground church in Brno.
Whilst the labyrinths themselves were interesting, we felt, like many other British speaking visitors that we were excluded from the tour.
Admittedly we had an audio of the trip, the guide, who spoke good English, did not address us at all during the tour, so...More
Very interesting place, but we were that angered by the lack of interest to English speaking tourists, that we left before the end of the tour. Largely as the Czech guide did not care for his tour keeping in time to non-Czech speaking participants