Our suggestion - 7-day visitor’s package
“Kutná Hora is Alive with Music” (early June)
Listed buildings in Kutná Hora will turn into a unique creative workshop hosting the greatest talents from the contemporary music scene. The festival’s Art Director is top Czech cellist Jiří Bárta. The festival has gained a reputation as an extraordinary event with resourceful dramaturgy!
Every day unforgettable concerts are set in the impressive atmosphere of historic interiors.
As a bonus, you can buy a ticket good for all concerts for a discounted price.
1st day – Tour the town
When visiting Kutná Hora, you should not miss any of its historic gems: the Church of Saint Barbara, the Corpus Christi Chapel, the Czech Museum of Silver with the Osel Mine, the Italian Court, the Sedlec Abbey – the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary and the Ossuary
2nd day – Kutná Hora also offers other cultural and sports activities: The Central Bohemian Region Gallery GASK – the Jesuit College, The KLIMEŠKA Sports and Recreation Center with a both an outdoor and indoor swimming pool, beach volleyball courts, bobsledding, the Grandmother’s Prams Museum, the Museum of Czech Puppets, the Felix Jenewein Gallery in the Italian Court
3rd day – Visit the town of Kolín
The Synagogue – one of the oldest and most precious sites of its kind in Bohemia.
The Regional Museum in Kolín with affiliated facilities in Kouřim (a folk architecture skanzen) and Český Brod (an interactive exhibition of the Battle of Lipany).
4th day – Visit the town of Poděbrady
The Polabí Museum, which also includes a listed medieval hospital from 1444 and a former cloister from the end of the 19th century.
The King George of Poděbrady Memorial is located in the former castle chapel, the only part of the Poděbrady Castle that is open to the public.
5th day – Visit the town of Nymburk
The medieval fortification system – the construction started as early as 1280
The Regional Museum – it offers three permanent exhibitions, one of them covering Czech writer Bohumil Hrabal
The Church of St Giles – a precious example of Gothic brick architecture built between 1280 and 1380.
6th day – Visit the town of Čáslav
The Čáslav Municipal Museum is one of the oldest rural museums in Bohemia
The Church of St Peter and St Paul and a lookout tower
7th day – Visit the town of Beroun
The fortification system with the Pilsen and Prague Gates
The Bohemia Karst Museum – located in the oldest town house in Beroun