Freedom Square in Brno is about ten minutes away from the railway station. It's very convenient. The square is very busy. There are often performers here. From time to time, trams pass through the square. The corner of the square is the memorial pillar. The diagonal of the memorial pillar is the controversial cock clock. There will be a market here on the weekend. The popularity is very high. It's a place for tourists to come to Bueno.
Freedom Square in Brno is the largest square here. The City Hall and Museum are separated around the square. Square is not only the center of the city, but also a large free trade market. Every weekend, hundreds of stalls will be set up here to sell all kinds of goods. It is very rich, very lively and full of the atmosphere of the market.
Freedom Square in Brno is the central square of the old city, where people come and go, very busy. Every afternoon around the square will be placed large and small stalls, become an open-air market. You can buy fresh fruits and vegetables, daily necessities and so on, full of the market atmosphere.
The crisp bells and silence of the church reveal the majesty of the city as I do, and the railway platform that you enter at will, waiting for the passengers'train, will run away with the extended track at any time. The town of Brno is still the most comfortable place for me to live.
Brno is a small town. It won't take long to walk to Freedom Square after leaving the railway station. It's very near. There are few people on the streets of Europe in winter. In the morning, the square is quiet, the wind is a little strong, and it can't sit down. The fountains of the square are all without water, the trams shuttle from time to time, there is no street art, no sale, no people and atmosphere, standing around looking bored.
The biggest square in the whole city is here, but no, other cities in Europe, especially the capital city, are so centralized that they don't see particularly outstanding buildings. The fountain is very impressive. The buildings around it belong to the old buildings. There are some museums. Walking here early in the morning, I found a couple quarrelling and shouting loudly in the square. At last they parted.
Brno Railway Station is next to the old city. It's a really leisurely city. You can find what you want to eat. You can see the old church you want to see. You can climb high to see the city's scenery. You can turn around in Freedom Square. It's not far from the railway station. Brno is the best middle city to go to Vienna or Prague.
There is no bustling Prague in the old town centre of Brno. Passers-by show their way kindly when they ask for directions. Trams look good in the old town, and there are castles and churches nearby. There are ice cream sellers in the center of the square. The price is cheap. It's very refreshing to eat one.