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Kutná Hora, Bone Church and Traditional Czech Lunch – from Prague

Available in English Hotel Pick up included

Activity Schedule

  • When does it run?


  • Duration

    5 hours

  • Start time

    Start time: 1000h (10:00am)
    Duration: 5 hours

  • Meeting Point
    Pick up from your hotel. (Please mention your hotel name and address at the time of booking. If you do not have this information now, our customer service executives will get in touch and confirm the details)
  • Ending Point

    Tour finishes at the Old Town Square, Staromestske namesti, Prague. You can take a Metro, local taxi or tram to get back to your hotel

Key Highlights

  • Stroll around the Medieval Town of Kutna Hora which has changed little over the years
  • Visit the fascinating Bone Chapel
  • The tour is led by an expert guide and you will travel from Prague in a comfortable vehicle


Kutná Hora owes its origin, in the 13th century, to the discovery of silver ore in the region. The city once rivalled Prague and London for size and importance and competed with these two cities economically, politically and culturally.

The legacy of that time can be seen in the many beautiful and important buildings in the area. The Gothic and Baroque architecturally styles are still visible and a joy for all visitors. UNESCO has declared the town a Heritage Site. This tour allows you plenty of time to walk the cobbled streets of Kutná Hora and enjoy a traditional Czech lunch in a charming restaurant.

You will also visit the nearby town of Sedlec, which is famous for the somewhat macabre Bone Church containing about 40,000 human skeletons.


This coach tour starts from the Old Town Square in Prague. You will travel to the UNESCO World Heritage town of Kutná Hora.

On arrival in Kutna Hora you will take a tour of the historical town centre. Many of the buildings that you will see influenced the architecture of Central Europe. One of the highlights is the St. Barbara Cathedral. This jewel of a building has five naves and construction started in 1368 and was completed in 1565. St. Barbara is the patron saint of miners.

After walking through the charming cobble stoned streets of Kutná Hora, it is time for lunch. You will be treated to a three course traditional Czech lunch with drinks.

In the afternoon travel to Ossuary (Bone Church) in the neighbouring town of Sedlec (also a UNESCO Heritage Site). This is a macabre yet intriguing chapel. The ossuary contains about 40,000 human skeletons, which have been artistically arranged to form decorations and furnishings for the chapel – including chandeliers.

After this tour you will be taken back to Prague and the end of your tour.


  • Hotel pick-up
  • Transport by air-conditioned minibus with large panoramic windows.
  • Three course traditional Czech lunch with drinks.  Entrance fees.


  • Hotel drop off

Additional info

The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have.

Customer Reviews

  • Temma Kanowith
    Kunta Hora

    Eva was a fabulous guide and the day was wonderful. She shared the history in a way that made sense. We loved the food at the restaurant and just found the day worthwh...

    United States 10/29/2016
  • Iryl Etrone

    Very nice experience for first timers... Good Job...!!!

    United Arab Emirates 07/17/2016
  • Sandra Corrigan

    This trip is extremely good value for money with an amazing Czech meal.
    My only criticism would be that it was a little rushed at times.
    The guide was very interesting, knowledgeable and friendly and I would recommend this trip.

    United Kingdom 03/07/2016

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