How to Get to Your Dormitory

You can arrive at the MU halls of residence at any time, there will always be someone at reception 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. At reception they will have your name and will give you the key to your room. If you arrive during the weekend or late in the evening, you might be asked to show/sign the accommodation contract (signed online and printed out from the ISKaM before your arrival) directly at reception. If you arrive during working days (until 2 p.m.), go to fill in and sign the accommodation contract at the accommodation assistant's office (see the Documents section).

It is highly recommended to arrive before Orientation Week. Please note we can book accommodation for you only during the academic year.

Vinařská halls of residence

Vinařská street 5, Brno 603 00

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You can see the location of Vinařská on the map. If you decide to get there on your own from the main railway station in Brno, or the bus station by Hotel Grand (these stations are very close to each other), take tram No. 1 in the direction of “Bystrc” and get off at the stop called “Výstaviště – hlavní vstup”. Then cross the road and go up the street called “Vinařská”. About 200 metres up the street, you will see the main building of the Vinařská halls on your left. Take the steps up, then go through a short passage between the buildings and you will see all 3 blocks of the Vinařska residence on your left. The reception desk is located inside by the entrance of each block.

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