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Learned a lot about Czech history. The ossuary is definitely worth a visit.
The bone church is amazing. We also stopped at the cathedral, which was interesting. We had some time to shop and walk through the town. It was a simple, half day tour that met our expectations.
What a great trip and our tour guide Gustav was just wonderful he was so knowledgeable about Kutna Hora and the Ossuary and also shared with us some history of Prague and all its art deco buildings and it's rich history. A must do if in Prague.
Wow !!!! Amazing and amazing again.
We loved every single bit of this country and this half day trip was up to our expectations.
The convenience of the hotel pickup and drop off was great. We greatly enjoyed the presentation by our female guide whose name now escapes me. She moved along at a very pleasant pace and seemed very perceptive to our particular interests.
I absolutely loved this tour and it was worth every penny. Hugely knowledgeable guide was able to give fantastic insight into the history of both the ossuary and cathedral and I was absolutely captivated by both. If you are in prague for a few days it really is a must.
The trip was very nice and the guide was amazing! Great knowledge about history and local curiosities.
Definitely worth a visit. The Ossuary was spectacular and the history of the town was interesting and gave an idea of typical Czech life. Our guide Karen was very knowledgeable and covered a lot, including information on Prague as we were leaving.
Great tour with an excellent friendly and knowledgeable guide. I highly recommend the tour. The tour was about 4-5 hours long which was perfect. The town is beautiful with a great history.
Was picked up on time by a nice new clean mini bus, driver was great, guide was great, really enjoyed the tour.
The Ossuary looked really interesting in pictures online, but when we got there I couldnt bring myself to go in when I saw the skulls from the front door, my husband enjoyed it though. I found it too much.
Kutna Hora was a lovely town, with a fabulous church.
It would have been nice to have at least an hour of free time in Kutna Hora, we only got 30 mins which was just enough time to grab a bite to eat, no time to explore more.
I would still recommend this tour to friends and family.
Great trip and recommend it. Ossuary was really interesting. Liked the guide and she was knowledgeable for the most part.
As with a lot of tours, it was kind of rushed. Did not get to spend as much time as I would have liked to, but did see some great things. Tour guide was very knowledgeable with history, personal anecdotes, and opinion. He talked throughout the tour, was very interesting, and was happy to answer questions.
I appreciated the door-to-door service. The bone church is quite a site to see, and was the reason I booked this trip but apart from that the rest of this trip was drawn out and vaguely interesting.
Again, Viator is overpricing their tours. We could have found a less expensive option if we had purchased this tour in town. I like to plan ahead and purchase tours so I know we can get on a tour we want and when we want it. Viator is taking advantage of this pre planning and I do not like this kind of service.
The tour was good, our guide was fine. A small bus, we were picked up at our hotel and delivered back to a place that was close to our hotel. Seeing the ossuary was quite a shocker and makes one realize the reality of death, esp. the holocaust with 6 million Jews, not just 60,000 bones as are stacked here.
The St. Barbara cathedral was lovely.
The trip itself was interesting, especially the Ossuary. The tour guide, however, asked a couple if their were Christian. After they told her they were atheist, she spent most of the time with the man to try to convert him the Christianity. She spent 45 minutes with him in the Santa Barbara Church while the rest of us waited outside. He was a very inquisitive person and asked lots of questions, not in need of being saved. Also, the trip was too long. It could have been shortened by 30-45 minutes. We spent the last half hour sitting in a cafe. By the time we got back to Prague, it was rush hour.
Seeing the Ossuary was interesting, glad we saw that. But for the rest of the tour it was uneventful.
Diane P France
Our tour guide, Sophia, was very knowledgeable about Kutna Hora and the Ossuary, which was a really creepy but fascinating place to visit. It would have been a really excellent tour, but we had some people in our group who had no consideration for others and went off doing there own thing while we waited around for them. The weather turned bad halfway through our tour, and the rain really put a damper on the tour. We were also combined with another group sharing the same bus, so at the end of the day, we waited for the bus and the other group in the rain until they turned up.
The Ossuary was amazing! The tour guide, not so much. She was knowledgeable but not very well organized. We basically got off the bus and were lead to the Ossuary. We were not given any instructions on how long we were going to be there or where to meet afterwards. When 10 of the 17 members of the group meetup outside the Ossuary, the tour guide started heading back to the bus. Several of us mentioned the missing others and she said they'd figure it out. The guide on a few occasions commented on the large size of the group and stated that she hoped she wouldn't loose anyone. Considering the lack of information regarding meet up times I'm amazed no one was left.
I honestly felt like she was winging it.
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