Go back in time for 5 hours to the Middle Ages and visit the second most important town in Bohemia. Kutna Hora was the medieval center of silver mining and the second richest town of the Bohemian Kingdom. The city has been protected by UNESCO since 1995.
What to Expect
Kutna Hora, located about 65 km outside of Prague, owes its origin to its silver mines, the existence of which can be traced back to the beginning of the 13th century. It was second only to Prague as the most important town in Bohemia, having become the favourite temporary residence of several Czech kings as well as the mint for the 'Prague Penny' (Groš).
Kutna Hora was declared an UNESCO World Heritage site in 1995. You will visit the Gothic Cathedral of St. Barbara and a unique stone fountain from the 15th century. The tour also includes a visit to the ossuary (bone house), one of the most interesting burial places in the world, decorated with more than 40000 human bones.
- Hotel pick-up
- Live guide
Václavské náměstí 27, Praha
Know Before You Go
• The time of departure and return are approximate and depend on traffic. Delays can occur and will not result in a refund
• The agreed time and place of departure must be strictly followed. Missing the bus departure is not a valid reason for a refund
• The time of departure is not the same as the time of hotel pick-up
• Participants staying close to the departure point (Václavské náměstí) will be met at their hotel by a tour representative, and led to the departure point on foot
• The supplier reserves the right to alter the price or program due to unexpected changes of opening hours of the sites, traffic limitations, cultural events, or unexpected natural calamities
• Tours canceled less than 24 hours before the starting time are not eligible for a refund