See the medieval town of Kutna Hora on this 5-hour trip from Prague. Led by an expert guide, travel by comfortable coach to explore the 13th-century area known for its silver mines. See the famous bones inside Sedlec Ossuary and the UNESCO-listed St Barbara’s Cathedral. After soaking up the history, architecture and culture of this unique town, you'll be driven back to Prague.
During the Middle Ages, the silver mines of Kutna Hora brought fame to the lands of the Czech Crown, making this town the richest and most powerful in the region. Today, the mining town boasts several UNESCO-listed sites and retains its medieval architecture, history and heritage. Your 5-hour tour will begin with pickup in central Prague. Hop aboard your coach and begin the journey toward Kutna Hora. Upon arrival, follow your guide to discover the area’s top sites. Admire the Gothic design of St. Barbara's Cathedral, dedicated to the patron saint of miners, and now a World Heritage Site. Stop at the former royal mint that once manufactured Prague groschen and gold ducats. You’ll also visit the Sedlec Ossuary, also known as the 'bone church,' a small chapel estimated to display the skeletons of 40,000 to 70,000 people, each arranged artistically to form the chapel’s décor. Your tour will conclude with transportation back to your original departure point in Prague.