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Kutna Hora Day Tour from Prague Including Sedlec Ossuary

From US$35,10
  • Hassle-free day trip to Kutna Hora by train from Prague
  • View the Bohemian countryside on a return rail ride
  • See Kutna’s St. Barbara’s Church and Bone Chapel, adorned with human bones
Kutna Hora Day Tour from Prague Including Sedlec Ossuary
From US$35,10
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Kutna Hora Day Tour from Prague Including Sedlec Ossuary
From US$35,07
UNESCO-listed Kutna Hora, famous for its Sedlec Bone Chapel and other historical treasures, sits just east of Prague. This tour gets you there fast by train, and cuts the hassle of finding your own way around the sights once there. Plus, your guide provides background on the sights and Kutna’s history, and points you to a much-praised restaurant for lunch (own expense). Fares and entrance fees are included for added value.
What to Expect
Meet your guide in central Prague and make the rail journey through Bohemia’s countryside to the UNESCO-protected town of Kutna Hora.

On arrival, visit the Sedlec Ossuary—a haunting chapel decorated with more than 40,000 medieval human bones. View the strange adornments, including a bone-built chandelier, skull pyramids, and bone coats of arms as your guide explains the whys and wherefores.

See Kutna’s historic mines as you uncover its silver mining heritage, and visit other must-sees, including St. Barbara’s Church, which is regarded as one of central Europe’s most stunning Gothic churches.

Opt to have lunch (own expense) at your guide’s recommended restaurant, and later, relax on your return train ride to Prague, where your tour ends at the original departure point.
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Reviewed 5 days ago
Making memories and lasting friends!

My son and I really enjoyed our tour to Kutna Hora. Petra was very informative and down to earth. She got us all to mingle and we made some lasting friends. The diversity of the group even inspired my next college paper!

Thank Claar-Johnson
Reviewed 6 days ago
Kutna Hora tour with David

I wanted to see this World Heritage site, and an organised tour was definitely the best way. Our guide David Czech was very friendly, dynamic and informative, and made the trip a great one. It was also nice to take the train and see a...More

1  Thank Sanfra142
Reviewed 1 week ago
Interesting place and good to get out of the city

We've always wanted to see this place, so we quite enjoyed the day. The guide (Czech David) was great. He was full of energy and helped the group get to know one another and everyone seemed to have a good time. He gave a very...More

Thank RStefanBKK
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
A must do!

If you're only spending two days in Prague, one day should be used for this tour! Our guide; David was a great guide with lots of information about all the sights and made the trip super smooth. He was also very funny and made sure...More

1  Thank The_blue_vombat
Reviewed 13 March 2018 via mobile
You get what you pay for

Tour was 7 hours, except that you don't get out of Prague on the train until an hour after the tour "begins". 2.5 hrs spent in transit on the trains (admittedly convenient) and an hour at lunch. So really, you've got about 2.5 hrs in...More

1  Thank William A
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Daniel C
15 April 2018|
Response from RStefanBKK | Reviewed this property |
We met at the "Discover Prague" office that was right off the square in Old Town - it was easy to find using google maps. Here is the address: Celetná 558/12, 110 00 Staré Město, Czechia
Harsh J
10 April 2018|
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Response from hilesh83 | Reviewed this property |
Hi. I cannot guarantee you would have Czech David on that day as they alternate the guides. I booked the tour when I arrived in Prague. I would say best to contact the tour company. They have a website and they can confirm... More