European Wireless 2024 will be held at the Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic.

Lecture halls are located at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication.

The venue lies in the Czech Technology Park, where world-renowned companies such as IBM, Red Hat, Vodafone or Zebra Technologies reside.



Department of Telecommunications

Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication

Technicka 12, 616 00 Brno, Czech Republic


Brno offers several excellent accommodation options to suit your needs. Below is a list of recommended hotels located in the city center: 

-        Hotel Continental

-        Hotel International

-        Hotel Passage

To reach the conference venue, you can take Tram 12 (to Technologický park) from any of these hotels.  



About the Location

Brno University of Technology (BUT), established in 1899, is the largest technical university in the Czech Republic, and one of the leading educational, scientific and research institutions in Central Europe.


This year BUT celebrates 125 years of developing technological excellence!


History and Tradition: Founded in 1899, BUT has a long history of providing high-quality education and fostering innovation. Today, it is one of the largest and most influential technical universities in Central Europe, attracting students and researchers from around the globe.


Academic Excellence: BUT is committed to research and development, boasting numerous research centers and laboratories that contribute to advancements in various fields. BUT’s research activities are often conducted in collaboration with industry leaders and international academic institutions, ensuring that the university remains at the forefront of technological innovation.


Campus and Facilities: The university's campuses are spread across Brno and feature a blend of historical and modern architecture. BUT provides students with access to state-of-the-art laboratories, libraries, research centers, and lecture halls. These facilities support a dynamic learning environment where students can engage in hands-on experiences and cutting-edge research.


A Hub of Innovation and Education:

Brno is a major center for education and research, thanks to its numerous universities and research institutions, including the renowned Brno University of Technology. The city is known for its innovative spirit, particularly in the fields of technology, science, and business.




Welcome to Brno


Brno, the second-largest city in the Czech Republic, is a vibrant and dynamic destination that beautifully blends historical charm with modern innovation. Situated in the heart of Europe, Brno is a city that promises a rich cultural experience, an active social scene, and a welcoming atmosphere.


Historical and Cultural Highlights

Brno boasts a rich history that dates back to its founding in the 13th century. Some must-see sights include:


●      Špilberk Castle: Perched on a hill overlooking the city, this medieval fortress offers stunning views and houses a museum showcasing Brno’s history.

●      Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul: An iconic symbol of the city, this Gothic cathedral dominates the skyline and provides a glimpse into Brno’s religious heritage.

Villa Tugendhat: A UNESCO World Heritage site, this masterpiece of modern architecture designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe is a testament to Brno’s contributions to the modernist movement. 

How do I get to Brno?


We are pleased to assist you with your trip to Brno, whether you are arriving from Prague or Vienna airports. While both routes are convenient, we find that travelling from Vienna is generally easier. Below, you will find detailed recommendations on how to reach Brno from each airport. For more information on exact times and specific stops, we recommend using the IDOS application. When planning your journey, please remember to book your transport in advance.


From Prague Airport (Letiště Václava Havla - Terminal 2) to Brno


●      Option 1: Take bus 119 to Nádraží Veleslavín, then transfer to Metro Line A. Switch to Metro Line B at Můstek to reach the central bus station Florenc.

●      Option 2: Take bus 119 to the central train station (Praha hlavní nádraží).


Travel Options to Brno:

Bus: Several bus companies operate services from the central bus station Florenc, including RegioJet and FlixBus. Check their websites for schedules and ticket bookings.

Train: Trains to Brno are available from the Prague central train station (Praha hlavní nádraží) and are operated by RegioJet and České dráhy.


From Vienna Airport (Flughafen Wien) to Brno


●      Bus: Direct bus services to Brno are available from RegioJet, FlixBus, and GepardExpress. Check their websites for schedules and ticket bookings.

●      Train: Take a train from Vienna Airport to Wien Hauptbahnhof (Wien Hbf) with ÖBB. From there, you can catch a train to Brno operated by České dráhy or RegioJet. GepardExpress also offers train services, although these are generally available at later times.


By Car

Brno can be easily reached from all major cities in the Czech Republic (including Prague, Olomouc, Ostrava) through a large network of highways and motorways.

Prague-Brno – distance: 208 km, time: 2 h 07 min Olomouc-Brno – distance: 77 km, time: 52 min Ostrava-Brno – distance: 170 km, time: 1 h 40 min

Plan your route here.