Kutna Hora and Ossuary Bone Church
UNESCO world cultural and natural heritage Exclusively you will see the Italian Court (Vlašskýdvůr), that once produced Prague groschen.
6 hours 990 CZK / 38 EUR / 40 USD Children: 500 CZK | Students: 850 CZK
The picturesque medieval town of Kutna Hora, part of the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage, is situated approximately 60 km east of Prague. The sources of the beauties and riches of Kutna Hora are in the silver mines that were exploited most intensively in the 14th and 15th century. At that time the town rivalled such us Prague itself in importance. During this excursion you will see interesting and impressive sights as the unique Gothic Cathedral of St. Barbara, the patron saint of miners, the nearby Hrádek building which has a direct relationship with the town’s mining past, Italian Court (Vlašský dvůr) which is an important building, originally a Royal Mint, and the Gothic fountain. Exclusively you will see the Italian Court (Vlašský dvůr), that once produced Prague grosch.
Entrance fee incl.
DEPARTURE DAYS: Summer Morning MON, WED, FRI, Summer afternoon TUR, THU, SAT, SUN, Winter Morning - TUE, FRI, Winter Afternoon - THU, SUN
Bus Stop A - Staromestske namesti (Old Town Square)
Location: The corner of Parizska Street No. 1 and Old Town Square, beside the St. Nicholas Church (Please attention! We have two St. Nicholas Churches in Prague. This one is located at the Old Town, not across the river.). The nearest metro station "Staromestska" - metro line A. You go along Kaprova Street in the direction of the Old Town Square.
Latitude: 50.0879793, Longitude: 14.4202731
Bus Stop B - Namesti Republiky (Republic Square)
Location: Republic Square No. 3, opposite to the Municipal Palace, In front of the Hybernia Palace. From Republic Square the direction Na Prikope Street. The nearest metro station "Namesti Republiky" - metro line B.
Latitude: 50.0875489, Longitude: 14.4285549