Kutná Hora, medieval town

The medieval town of Kutná Hora, included on the UNESCO list, is a real gem of the Czech Gothic style. The most important monument being the Cathedral of Saint Barbara from the fourteenth century, the Royal Palace, called the Italian Court, with its mint, the medieval square, situated in the historic centre of the city, the Chapel of Bones, among others. The city has, of course, several churches, the old Jesuit College, the former Convent of St. Ursula, and other important monuments. In the medieval past, there were silver mines here, and, thanks to its wealth, the city has grown and developed greatly, being the 2nd largest city in the Czech Kingdom, wanting to overcome even the capital city of Prague.

The town of Kutná Hora is located, approximately, 60 km from Prague.