Explore the streets and marvel at the buildings of the 13th Century UNESCO Site
Kutná Hora, situated about 65 km from Prague, a medieval city that has origins from the first part of the 13th century. After Prague, it was the most important town in Bohemia, having become the most preferred temporary residence of several Czech kings and also a mint for the "Prague Penny" ("Groš").
Kutná Hora was declared a world heritage site, and since 1995 it has been protected by UNESCO. As a guide, I will show you the most important buildings and places - the St. Barbora's Cathedral, the Ossuary (Bone House), and the Italian Court.
- I will pick up at your hotel
- Traveling from Prague to Kutna Hora takes about 1hour
- Firstly we begin visiting the famous ossuary (bone church).
- Later on will do a guided tour of historical center. Tour of St. Barbora cathedral.
- We'll have lunch in a local tavern.
- Free time in the city centre.
- Will travel back to your hotel or center of Prague
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: At your hotel, or address in Prague.
End location: At your hotel, or address in Prague.
Duration: 6 hours
Late model Mercedes Benz, 6 passenger, air-conditioned van and some limited walking.
In order to maximize everyone's space and comfort, the tour has been set for 4 people. But, I can accommodate up to 6 people in the vehicle. Please contact me for the details.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
700 CZK - Admissions for Museums, food and drinks.
As a licensed guide, I have no restrictions.