Vi åkte med halvdagsturen till Kutna Hora. Besöket i and quot;benkyrkan and quot; gick alldeles för fort. Vi skulle ha fått mer tid där än i själva staden Kutna Hora. Vid själva besöket i det italienska palatset hade vi en lokal guide vars engelska var mycket svårförståelig så det besöket var inte givande. Guiden på vår resa hade imponerande språkkunskaper i engelska och ryska. Guiden hade dock under själva bussturen, både till och från Kutna Hora, kunnat nyttja tiden mer med att berätta om livet i Tjeckien, omgivningarna och historia. När guiden informerade oss under själva utflykten gjorde hon det med glimten i ögat och med många småroliga kommentarer.
I didn't get the name of the lady tour guide. She had to speak both English and German for our tour. But there's not much enthusiasm in her voice.
Kutna Hora is beautiful, but there was not much time in each stop. 20 minutes at the Sedlec Ossuary Bone Church, 30 minutes at St Barbara's Church. Then she led us to a walk through the town. Then gave us 30 minutes for lunch - we didn't get to enjoy a sit down lunch. We found a store that sold refrigerated ready made sandwiches, which didn't make for a good lunch.
In hindsight, we should have taken the full day trip.
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.
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!