Kutná Hora - available again 1st April 2018
UNESCO World Heritage in the Czech Republic
Kutná Hora is a medieval mining town founded in the 13th century, known as a "Silver Treasure House of Kingdom”. Later on Kutna Hora became one of the richest sources of silver in Europe and also the second most important town of the Bohemian Kingdom. Even now it has kept the character of a medieval town and without a doubt is one of the most important UNESCO heritage sites in the Czech Republic containing 316 buildings of cultural importance. In the late 13th century, one-third of the total production of silver in Europe came from Kutna Hora.
€ 50 / Adults
€ 44 / Students & Seniors
€ 20 / Children up to 10 years old
with pick up service and entrance fees included
other tours are available only in English
An Eye opening experience through a sombre piece of history visiting the most significative points within the former Nazi Concentration Camp.