The pedestrian entrance will be at the main entrance, Gate 1. During DANCE BRNO 100, the G2 entrance will be open for the convenience of our visitors, every day from 6pm to 11pm, as it is closer to Pavilion F. If visitors would like to walk through after the performance, they will get out of the site in the evening via the Congress Centre, which is next to the main entrance.
Entrance to the site will also be possible via Gate 9, which is at the opposite end to the main entrance. Free parking will be provided right by Pavilion F for visitors to DANCE BRNO 100. If it is full, visitors to the ballet production can use the car park behind Pavilion Z as a backup option, which is also free of charge.
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