Excursion to Kutna Hora

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Route: Prague - Kutna Hora - Prague
Duration: 5 h

Half-day tour takes you approx. 65 kms from Prague to UNESCO listed town Kutna Hora, the ancient silver mining town, founded in the 13th century. Kutna Hora is the ancient silver mining town, founded in the 13th century, full of splendid Gothic monuments. The walking tour through the town includes visits to St. Barbara's Cathedral with its valuable paintings and the former Royal Mint that once produced Prague groschen. Up to our days, Kutna Hora still presents itself as a medieval town.

Price: per person

Price: 38.00 EUR
Countries: Czechia

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