The picturesque medieval town of Kutná Hora, a UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage site, is situated approximately 60 km east of Prague. The town owes its fame and riches to the silver mines that were exploited most intensively in the 14th and 15th century. At that time the town rivalled Prague itself in importance.
During this excursion you will see a number of interesting and impressive sights including the unique Gothic Cathedral of St. Barbara, the patron of saint miners, the nearby Hrádek building which has a direct relationship with the town’s mining past, the Wallachian Court (Vlašský dvůr) an important building that once housed the Royal Mint, the Gothic fountain and the Archdeacon’s Church of St. James. After completing the tour of the town we will visit the nearby town of Sedlec, the location of the famous bone church.
Before booking this tour, please note the following:
The tours are conducted in 10 to 25 seater coaches with drivers and guides and the narration is given in the language or languages that you ordered. If not specified, we will order the tour/s in English. Please note that, since you are joining a group, it is not possible to deviate from the itinerary, time, request any changes, etc. Should you prefer a personal tour with a gay guide, please return to our Private Gay Tours section. Prague Saints cannot be held responsible for any problems arising on the tour. All complaints should be directed to Martin Tour.