The churches were beautiful, but our guide the old lady was rude to my mum and other participants from the start, she looked like she didnt want to be there. We were rushed everywhere,no times for photos or questions. I felt not wanted and highly dissapointed.
The tour guide was knowledgeable. He gave the tour in three languages. We felt a little rushed through the Sedlec Ossuary. We would have liked more time to spend there, but we had a lot to cover during the tour. After the ossuary, we went to St. Barbara's cathedral, which was beautiful, and walked around Kutna Hora. It was a nice 1/2 day trip out of the city.
Very good tour. Sedlec Ossuary is interesting...extremely easy pickup place and good price
This is a must when visiting Prague! Helen was our tour guide and she was fantastic. Very knowledgeable and shared great information. the Sedlec Ossuary is fascinating! Kutna Hora is a lovely place. It was definitely worth the visit!
I really like this city
It was well organized and the travel to the location and back was pleasant. Tri-Lingual so you could loose track of the translation and info but fine otherwise.
Fantastic tour guide and company. Extremely easy pickup and great information. Also great price!
In spite of the cold and rain we enjoyed our trip to Kutna Hora. The visit to the ossuary in Sedlec was fascinatingand a little bit creepy. It reminded us of our tour of the Paris catacombs.. St. Barbaras cathedral was beautiful and our visit to the Italian Court was interesting though brief. Our guide was knowledgeable and had a fairly good command of English she was occasionally a little difficult to understand. She was willing and able to answer all of our questions. There were just 14 on the toura nice number. The group itself was interesting because it was a very diverse grouppeople from Japan, Dubai, India, Serbia and the U.S. We would certainly recommend the tour.
interesting day, very informative.
Not a very entertaining trip. Was bored most of the day and the guide didn't provoke much excitement about what we were visiting.