Monday, May 04, 2009

Kutna Hora Czech Republic

Ventured from the central station by train to Kutna Hora, a unesco heritage
site for many reasons. For starters, it is home to the world famous Church of Bones and the old city is a hidden gem in Czech Republic.

From the main station in Prague, a train runs every two hours and is about an hours ride. Once at Kutna
Hora station, you may take the tram or the bus to the Church of Bones. It is
only a stop away by tram and a few by bus.


Church Of Bones Candle Holder


A Coat Of Arms


Chandelier

Both the trams and bus can take you the city central.

Other famous sites within the city central is the Barbara's Cathedral, Cathedral Of Our Lady and the
Italian Court.


St Barbara Cathedral


Cathedral of Our Lady

It is recommended to take a half day trip here if you have some spare time
during your visit to Prague. I promise that the church of bones will make all your trips worthwhile.

Tip: Make sure you check the train and bus schedules. As they do not run
hourly and you may end up spending more time than needed waiting for them.

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