• Sustainable mobility in the city through trolleybuses and trams.
  • Historical heritage of the city.
  • Buildings of political and administrative institutions as a means of learning about a country’s history.
  • The Špilberk Fortress: a journey through European conflicts .
  • Visit to the Great Brno Exhibition Centre . study of the effect of exhibitions and congresses on the development of a sustainable economic model.
  • Active: elaboration of digital video presentations on the Špilberk Fortress and the Great Brno Exhibition Centre.
  • The students will make a comparison with the different existing models of tourism management. Especially the integration of traditional products into the new economy will be discussed.
  • The students have prepared a guide to sustainable tourism in Brno and its surroundings including aspects: accommodation, mobility, food, leisure. In this activity the effects of the collaborative economy and online platforms (AIRBNB, Booking) on accommodation in European cities will be discussed.
  • Passive: visits to the Brno tram depot, the so-called Wardrobe (a place where clothes are handed over for recycling) and the household appliances recycling plant.
    Interview with the municipal authorities to discuss their mobility policy.
    Czech pupils prepare presentations on Brno’s public transport models and explain the European Programme CIVITAS 2MOVE2, developed in the city together with (Malaga, Stuttgart and Tel Aviv). the other partners present mobility in their areas
    -The other partners will present the mobility of their areas.
    The activities will be integrated into the school’s activities depending on the availability of the students and teachers involved. As many students as possible will participate in the activities.