Tours & activities in Prague

Day Trip to Kutná Hora

Day trip from Prague to the stunning Kutná Hora with an expert local guide


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ABOUT THE Day Trip to Kutná Hora

Only an hour away from the crowded pubs of Prague lies Kutná Hora. Seemingly frozen in time, the town of 20,000 is almost like an open-air museum, showcasing some of Central Europe’s most stunning architectural treasures in perfectly-preserved condition. With a compact, UNESCO-listed historical center, this tour offers a smooth and secure transfer by bus from the capital, before taking to the cobbled streets by foot.


This day trip from Prague to Kutná Hora meets in front of the Cartier store and the Czech tourism office on Old Town Square.


One of the Czech Republic's most-visited sites

Meeting just outside of the Cartier store (and the Czech tourism office) at Prague’s Old Town Square, this convenient day trip begins with a private transfer to Kutná Hora accompanied by your expert local guide. You’ll then set out to explore the nooks and crannies of this charming Bohemian city on foot - wandering through the UNESCO-listed center at a completely flexible pace.

You'll visit the Sedlec Ossuary (also known as the 'Bone Chapel') which draws visitors from all over the world who come to see the tens of thousands of human skeletons that decorate it. However, there is much more to see in Kutná Hora than just the Bone Chapel, as this tour takes you to one of the Czech Republic's oldest monasteries, to the gothic masterpiece Saint Barbara's Church, and much more.

A UNESCO World Heritage Site

The historical town center of Kutná Hora is so impressive that it is a UNESCO World Heritage site. During your walking tour in Kutná Hora, you'll see the splendour of the Italian Court (the Royal Mint), some of the most impressive gothic buildings in the Czech Republic and you'll understand why several Bohemian kings made the town their home.

All on an easy day trip from Prague

We’ve made this popular outing as stress-free as possible - picking you up from a central location in Prague in the morning, and returning you there at the end of the day.

This tour provides excellent value for money; rather than having to navigate the train journey from Prague yourself (which often includes 2 or 3 changes), you can simply relax aboard a private transfer bus in the company of a local guide who will be happy to field any of your questions about Kutná Hora or its surroundings. With an average duration of 7 hours, this tour also provides great flexibility in terms of pace.

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Your Day Trip to Kutná Hora starts at the Old Town Square in front of the Cartier shop and Czech tourism office centre (on the corner of Pařížská and Dlouhá street)

  • Relax in a private return bus, included in the ticket price
  • Marvel at the macabre Sedlec Ossuary, the Bone Chapel
  • Visit the Kutná Hora old town, a UNESCO World Heritage site
  • Be impressed by some of the Czech Republic's oldest buildings
  • Enjoy the stunning gothic masterpiece Saint Barbara's Church
  • Take in the splendour of the Italian Court - Royal Mint



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Inclusions & exclusions
What’s included
  • Local English-speaking guide
  • Return private bus ride
  • Entrance to St. Barbara’s Church & the Sedlec Ossuary
  • Break in Dačický restaurant
What’s not included
  • Food & drinks
Additional Information
  • The independent guides who employ us to market their tours have your best interests in mind; while the tour usually includes the sites & stories mentioned and lasts about 7-8 hours, your tour may vary depending on what your guide thinks is best for your group
  • Tours run rain, hail or shine, so please dress warmly and wear shoes comfortable for walking
  • Spaces are limited, so remember to book in advance
  • Please note that it is not allowed to take photos inside the Sedlec Ossuary
  • Unfortunately, this tour is not wheelchair accessible
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