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Kutna Hora Day Tour from Prague Including Sedlec Ossuary

From US$ 32.51
  • 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$ 32.51
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Kutna Hora Day Tour from Prague Including Sedlec Ossuary
US$ 32.51
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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Reviews (131)

1 - 5 of 47 reviews

Reviewed yesterday
Must do day trip from Prague

Excellwnt trip. Our Guide was brilliant! She was interesting, funny and well organised. The trip on the local train was great and the Churches amazing and walking through town very interesting. We took up the lunch which was great but you would be able to...More

Thank Julie E
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile
Kutna Hora Tour

It was a very pleasant tour outside Prague for my third day in Czech Republic ! Thanks to Petra, i do know more about the history of the city and his important role in the country. Thanks a lot for this amazing day 😁

1  Thank Willy_GT90
Reviewed 1 week ago
Good day!

Our guide, Adam, was both enthusiastic and informative. He also brought us to a great medieval restaurant after the bulk of the tour, where the food was good, prices reasonable and service fast. The only regret was that I wish we could have spent more...More

Thank yorklin
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Great tour

We wanted to check out the bone church and we were gonna do it without a tour/guide but decided to book a tour at the last minute. So glad we did. Our tour guide Petra was super informative and the whole tour was super interesting....More

2  Thank jlutz346
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Really worth it

The ride was only an hour and the guide was really informative. The ossuary was truly interesting and different. I appreciated hearing the history behind it. Additionally, we also stopped at St. Barbara’s Cathedral and it was amazingly beautiful. Afterwards, the guide took us around...More

Thank Lucien S
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27 June 2018|
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Response from CTManny | Reviewed this property |
Old Town Square and an hour are correct. My train ride was in cars with individual compartments that seated 4-6 people each - reasonably comfortable and private though a bit warm.
8 June 2018|
Response from Kevin r | Reviewed this property |
Sorry. I do not know.oir tour returned to prague
21 May 2018|
Response from Michelle R | Reviewed this property |
It’s a 6 hour round trip leaving at 11am. I’m pretty sure this is daily, it’s easy to check on the website