Kutná Hora Transportation

The Kutná Hora old town is on a small scale and you can easily walk to see the sights. The only time you may want to take some form of transport is to travel between the train station and town (this is covered on our Getting There page) and to visit the Sedlec suburb with its famous Ossuary and UNESCO-listed Cathedral of Our Lady. Sedlec is located about 2.5 km/1.5 mi from the center and a walk from town takes close to 45 minutes.

Bus Stop at the Kutná Hora Train StationKutná Hora is serviced by city buses, taxis, and an 8-seater minivan called the Tourist Bus.

Getting Around by Bus

Buses no. 1 (runs every 30 min. Mon. - Fri.) and 7 (runs hourly on weekends) connect the train station and the town center, passing through Sedlec.
To find bus connections between the Kutná Hora train station, Sedlec Ossuary, and city center, go to Jizdnirady.cz and choose "Kutna Hora Public Transport" in the "Timetable" drop-down. For the form to work, you'll have to type in the exact Czech names of the bus stops. Here they are:

main train station - hl.nádr.
bus station - aut.st.
city center - Centrum
Sedlec Ossuary - Sedlec,Tabák



Kutná Hora City Bus Connections

Taking the Taxi

You can usually find a taxi or two on the town square or the train station, or you can call one by phone. Below are a few Kutná Hora taxi companies:

Radio Taxi Simona - www.taxi-kutnahora.cz
Taxislužba Kutná Hora - taxisluzbakh.sluzby.cz


Tourist Bus

A private bus for eight passengers services the main tourist points of Kutná Hora. It runs between the train station, Sedlec Ossuary, and Church of St. Barbara in the center. The ride costs 35 CZK/person. The service is irregular and the van leaves when it fills up to at least three passengers.