Gems of Kutna Hora – Walking Tour
In the company of a local guide, embark on an easy-paced 2-hour walking tour and discover some of the most captivating pearls and gems of Kutna Hora. Stroll centuries-old corners, learn about the city’s long history and turbulent heritage, witness authentic scenes and find out why this city is often referred to as a medieval gem of the Czech Republic. Start the tour from the iconic Italian Court, a historic castle founded in the 14th century. Enjoy unique panoramic views coupled with interesting storytelling on Kutna Hora’s development over the centuries. Visit the well-preserved Church of St. James and explore every corner of the Czech Museum of Silver. End the tour after exploring St. Barbara Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the largest Gothic cathedrals in the country.
- Professional local tour guide
- Admission fee to Italian court: 3.7$
- Admission fee to Czech Museum of Silver: 3$ per adult; 1.7$ per child
- Admission fee to St Barbara Cathedral: 6.79$ per adult; 2.12$ per children
Route & Duration
Castle in kutná Hora, founded in 1300 by King Wenceslaus II. The main purpose is the central royal mint.
Church of St James
The gothic choir benches of the late 15th century are preserved in the temple, most of the interior of the church dates back to the end of the 17th century.The Church of St. Jakub in Kutná Hora also boasts two rare Baroque organs.
Czech Museum of Silver
From the main exposition of the museum you can learn a lot about the history of the city and ore mining. Geological, archaeological, ethnographic exhibits are exhibited here, as well as a collection of numismatics.
St Barbara Cathedral
Famous landmark of Kutná Hora, a unique Gothic cathedral, the second largest and most important in the Czech Republic. It is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Italian court Havlíčkovo nám
(552/1, 284 01 Kutná Hora, Czechia) See Map
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.