Six hour private tour to one of the most visited UNESCO sites in the Czech Republic
Kutna Hora is a medieval silver mining town with a fascinating history. During the 13th century, about one-third of Europe's silver production came from here. This town's riches meant that Kutna Hora was recognized as a seat of royal power in Bohemia. It also helped fund many of the new buildings commissioned by the royal Luxembourg family in the 14th century. Since 1995, the city center has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Sedlec Abbey also shares this honor, with its famous ossuary, otherwise known as the 'bone church, ' which contains the skeletons of roughly 40, 000 - 70, 000 people. Kutna Hora is roughly 50 miles away from Prague. On this tour you will be transported to and from Prague by car or van.
The itinerary for this tour includes transportation from Prague to Kutna Hora and back.
Kutna Hora sights:
- Sedlec ossuary (Bone Chapel)
- St. Barbara Cathedral (interior)
- Italian Court with Royal Mint (interior)
- Lunch in a traditional Czech restaurant
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Hotel
Duration: 6 hours
You will be transported in a modern, clean, and air-conditioned Mercedes van. In case the number of travellers is more then six, I will gladly offer you a customized tour. Contact me for details.
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
Estimated Local Cash Needed
1000 CZK Czech Crown - 300 CZK entrance fees plus 500 CZK for lunch per person (plus gifts, optional)
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
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A beautiful sunny day only enhanced our trip around Kutna Hora. Dagmar presented history and culture of the area which made for a lovely visit. Our lunch was at a very old and beautiful restaurant where we ordered different local dishes and shared them between everyone at the table. Delicious! The van driver Dagmar hired was wonderful and the vehicle was comfortable and immaculate. Well worth it for this once in a lifetime experience in the areas just outside of Prague.
Dawn MH Uram