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Experience the enchanting landscapes of Central Bohemia on this private full-day tour from Prague, and tick off four fascinating historic sites. Visit the 11th-century monastery of Sázava, the fairy-tale Český Šternberk Castle, and the Gothic Chateau Žleby; tuck into a traditional Czech lunch; and tour the UNESCO-listed Ossuary of Sedlec.


  • Full-day private tour of Sázava monastery, Český Šternberk Castle, Chateau Žleby and the Ossuary of Sedlec from Prague
  • Explore the 11th-century ruins of Sázava monastery
  • Visit two magnificent castles - Český Šternberk and Chateau Žleby
  • Marvel at the unique Ossuary of Sedlec, a UNESCO World Heritage site
  • Great-value tour includes hotel pick-up, lunch and entrance fees
  • Private tour ensures a personalised experience

What You Can Expect

Private Day Tour from Prague: Sazava Monastery and Cesky Sternberk Castle and Chateau Zleby and Sedlec Ossuary Including Lunch

Visit Cesky Sternberk Castle on a day trip from Prague

After an early morning pick-up from your Prague hotel by private vehicle, soak up the scenery on the 1-hour drive to Sázava monastery. Admire the monastery’s dramatic location, perched on the banks of the Sázava River and learn how it was originally built in 1032 before being burnt down by the Hussites. Then, head inside to trace the remains of the former monastery, which was transformed into a Pseudo-Renaissance chateau in the 19th century.

Continue through the forested mountains of Central Bohemia to one of the Czech Republic’s most striking castles, Český Šternberk. Take time to admire the medieval castle, enjoy the views from its hilltop ramparts, and marvel at its lavish interiors, which showcase a wide variety of architectural styles. After a guided tour of the castle, tuck into a traditional Czech lunch at the nearby U Kosů Restaurant.

After lunch, pay a visit to Chateau Žleby, and pause to admire its fairy-tale towers and turrets before heading inside. Then, spend time browsing the chateau’s remarkable collection of antiquities, which date from the Renaissance to the 20th century, and include antique weaponry, glassware, porcelain, ceramics, and furniture.

There’s time for one more stop before returning to Prague – the unforgettable Sedlec Ossuary, one of the Czech Republic’s most visited attractions. The UNESCO-listed monument is housed in a chapel beneath the Cemetery Church of All Saints, and features the bones of more than 40,000 people, arranged in creative displays that include a gigantic bone chandelier and dramatic skull garlands.

After a full day exploring Central Bohemia, return to Prague, where your tour ends with drop-off at your hotel.

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