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Kutna Hora Tour
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Kutna Hora Tour
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booking information

Times: Monday, Wednesday, Saturday 13:00
Duration: 7 hours


Times: Monday, Wednesday, Saturday 13:00
Duration: 7 hours


Times: Monday, Wednesday, Saturday 13:00
Duration: 7 hours


MEETING POINT: Near Wenceslas Square. Directions and a map link will be included in your booking confirmation.

TOUR ENDS: Near Wenceslas Square.

wheelchair access available at the venue
Wheelchair access with prior notice. Advise us in special requests on the booking form - more info
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A full day trip from Prague to Kutná Hora, a fascinating medieval silver mining town located to the east of Prague.

Kutná Hora is designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

This excursion is part by air-conditioned coach, part on foot.

After meeting you in the city centre, near Wenceslas Square, we board the coach for the journey to Karlovy Vary, which takes around two hours.

From the 13th-16th centuries, the discovery of huge deposits of silver transformed Kutná Hora from a small settlement into the most important city in the Kingdom of Bohemia after Prague.

The prosperity that flowed from the mines led to a rich architectural development of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque buildings. Grand burgher houses and elegant palaces were built by the newly wealthy citizens, and stunningly beautiful churches were constructed.

The guide on our walking tour of Kutná Hora leads us through the ancient, winding streets to admire the fine architecture of the Jesuit College, the Church of Saint James, the Gothic Stone Fountain, and the Italian Court; the Royal Mint produced coins at the Italian Court for the whole kingdom, including a coin called the 'Thaler' from which the word Dollar is thought to derive.

We tour St. Barbara's Cathedral, a Gothic masterpiece that took over 500 years to complete. The church has double-arched flying buttresses and five naves, and is adorned with intricate stonework and beautiful frescos.

Also included in the trip is a brief stop at the nearby village of Sedlec, where we visit the Sedlec Ossuary (also known as Kostnice or the Bone Church). The chapel is decorated with bones from 40,000 human skeletons, formed into various objects, such as a chandelier, a pyramid, and the noble Schwarzenberg family's coat of arms.

Before we return to Prague, there is 90 minutes free time to allow for shopping in the boutique shops, to explore the city further, or to take refreshments in one of the local cafés or restaurants.

Prague Experience sightseeing tours are in English and another language. They are led by professional licensed tourist guides and use modern, air-conditioned mini-coaches.

If you require a tour in German or Spanish, state it in Special Requests on the booking form.

The trip finishes back in Prague, near Wenceslas Square.

Group information
For groups of 15+ people in summer (April-October) and 10+ people in winter (November-March), we can offer at no extra cost:
-a private tour, including a guide and coach exclusive to your group.
-a departure time of your choice.

To reserve, state it in Special Requests on the booking form.

currency informationCURRENCY GUIDE
GBP exchange rate£1 = 30 CZK
Euro exchange rate€1 = 25 CZK
US Dollar exchange rate$1 = 22 CZK
tickets price informationTICKET PRICES
1350 CZK Adult
1250 CZK Student
1050 CZK Child
3-10yrs child price.
0-2yrs free.

Guided tour to Kutna Hora + Admission to St. Barbara's Cathedral & Sedlec Ossuary.
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