New edition of USE-IT Brno map

The new edition of USE-IT Brno maps is here and it also includes the Löw-Beer Villa as a point of interest number 44 named Villa 1.0. The map mentions a short history of the Villa, points out free entry to the garden and commends our café.

USE-IT maps are non-commercial, made by young locals. They are always free and up-to-date. Nowadays, these maps provide information for young travellers in almost 40 European cities – and one of them is Brno.

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Whole world walks on Fuhrmann carpets

The Celnice Gallery will, since September 7, 2018, host a new exhibition called "The Textile Company Moriz Fuhrmann 1918–1948". Come to get acquainted with the fate of the family of Moriz Fuhrmann, the builder of  villa at Drobného 22, which today bears the name of Löw-Beer family.

The exhibition will be dedicated to the textile company Moriz Fuhrmann in the context of years 1918, 1938 and 1948. It will present the history of this carpets and plush producing company and will outline the challenges that German Jewish entrepreneurs had to face after the establishment of the Czechoslovak Republic.

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To gardens! Discover stories of gardens and parks

Stories of gardens and parks of the South Moravia Region, the Highlands Region and Lower Austria maps the GrünRaum project, which runs from September 2016 under the program INTERREG V-A Austria-Czech Republic. The main goal of the project is to increase the interest of visitors to the cultural and natural wealth of green spaces.

This year, the DoZahrad website was launched and the The Green Riches of South Moravia, the Highlands Region and Lower Austria map has been published, where you can also find the garden of the Löw-Beer Villa in Brno. You can visit our garden for free all year – in summer from 10 am to 8 pm, in winter from 10 am to 6 pm.

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How to get to the Villa

By bus:
From the bus terminal Zvonařka take bus no 67 (from the tram stop in Dornych street) Jundrov direction, get off at Schodová stop (approx. 12 min), then walk a short distance back along Drobného street (approx. a minute's walk)

By train: 
From ČD Central Station take tram no 1, Řečkovice direction, get off at Antonínská stop (approx. 6 min), then walk down Lužánecká street (along its right-hand side), at the crossing with Drobného street turn left (approx. 10 minutes' walk)

On foot:
From Tugendhat Villa, walk along Černopolní street either to the right of the Villa toward Helfertova street, then turn right to Antonína Slavíka street, at Lužánky Park turn right again to take Drobného street (altogether approx. 10-12 minutes' walk); or walk along Černopolní street to the left of the Villa toward Schodová street which leads to Drobného street where you will turn left (approx. 8-10 minutes' walk)

By air:
Take bus no 76 from the airport to the terminus at ČD Central Station, then take bus no 67 Jundrov direction, get off at Schodová stop (about 9 min) and walk a short distance back along Drobného street (about a minute's walk)

By car:

  • From D1 motorway (from Prague) go to Centrum, then through the inner circle  (Koliště), take the turning to Lidická street and then the first turning to the right to Lužánecká street running along Lužánky Park and to Drobného street; 
  • From D1 motorway (from Prague) go to Centrum, then through the inner circle  (Koliště), take the turning to Lidická street and then the first turning to the right to Lužánecká street running along Lužánky Park and to Drobného street; 
  • From D1 motorway (from Ostrava) go to Centrum, then through the inner circle  (Koliště), take the turning to Lidická street and then the first turning to the right to Lužánecká street running along Lužánky Park and to Drobného street; 
  • From road 43 (running from Svitavy) in the direction of Centrum along Sportovní street, at the crossing Drobného / Pionýrská continue straight on Drobného street;
  • No parking is available outside Vila Löw-Beer, parking places in nearby streets need to be used (to the right under Drobného street, in the square ´nám. 28. října´, on the left near Lužánky Park up Antona Slavíka street in Černopolní street)