Duration 8 hours (approx.)
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From €183

Private Day trip to Kutná Hora


Explore and feel the spirit of one of the most unusual and conceptual places of the Czech Republic with VIP sightseeing tour from T&A Transfers. We would like to provide exclusive day trip from Prague to Kutná Hora. A personal chauffeur in exclusive Mercedes car will take you from Prague to Kutná Hora fast and comfortably. Six hours at the destination will let you see the city following your own itinerary. Need more hours? Just agree it on site.

Situated in the Central Bohemian Region of Bohemia, Kutná Hora developed as a result of the exploitation of the silver mines. Even the name of the city origins from the Czech word “mining”. In the medieval epoch Kutná Hora turned into a royal city endowed with monuments that symbolized its prosperity. The city competed with Prague in economic and cultural fields.

Among the most famous sights of Kutná Hora there are the church of St Barbara, a jewel of the late Gothic period, and the Cathedral of Our Lady at Sedlec, which was restored in line with the Baroque taste. These masterpieces today form part of a peculiar medieval core with some particularly fine private dwellings that are definitely worth seeing. Within your day trip from Prague to Kutná Hora you will see unique sights.

Did you know?


Kutná Hora is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

What to expect

  • The Cathedral of Assumption

The Church of the Assumption of Our Lady and Saint John the Baptist is a Gothic and Baroque Gothic church north-east of Kutná Hora in the Czech Republic and is listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List together with the Church of St. Barbara and other monuments in Kutná Hora. It is one of the most important Czech Gothic buildings built in the time of the very last Přemyslids and also a very important and one of the oldest examples of the Baroque Gothic style.

 

  • Kutna Hora Sedlec

The Sedlec Ossuary is a small Roman Catholic chapel, located beneath the Cemetery Church of All Saints, part of the former Sedlec Abbey in Sedlec, a suburb of Kutná Hora in the Czech Republic. The ossuary is estimated to contain the skeletons of between 40,000 and 70,000 people, whose bones have, in many cases, been artistically arranged to form decorations and furnishings for the chapel. The ossuary is among the most visited tourist attractions of the Czech Republic - attracting over 200,000 visitors annually.
 

  • Italian Court

The Italian Court is a palace in Kutná Hora. Originally, it was the seat of the Central Mint of Prague; it was named after the Italian experts who were at the forefront of the minting reform. The main area of the mint consisted of coin-makers-workshops, or Smithies, which were located around the courtyard, and the minting chamber, called “Preghaus”, where the Prague groschen were struck. After its reconstruction at the end of the 14th century, the Italian Court became a part-time royal residence.
 

  • Saint Barbara's Church

Saint Barbara's Church is a Roman Catholic church in Kutná Hora in the style of a Cathedral, and is sometimes referred to as the Cathedral of St Barbara .It is one of the most famous Gothic churches in central Europe and it is a UNESCO world heritage site. St Barbara is the patron saint of miners (among others), which was highly appropriate for a town whose wealth was based entirely upon its silver mines.

 

Must see

  •    Church of St. Barbara (Chrám Svaté Barbory)
  •    Church of Our Lady (Chrám Nanebevzetí Panny Marie)
  •    Sedlec Ossuary (Sedlecká kostnice)
  •    Jesuit College (Jezuitská kolej)
  •    Italian Court (Vlašský dvůr)
  •    Marian column (Morový sloup)

Additional info
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • May be operated by a multi-lingual guide
  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
Inclusions & Exclusions

Inclusions

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Round-trip private transfer
  • Transport by private vehicle
  • Transport by air-conditioned vehicle
  • Bottled water

Exclusions

  • Gratuities