Home to the renowned ‘Zwinger’ Art Gallery, which in turn houses the famous Sistine Madonna, the acclaimed picture by Raphael. You can also marvel at many other notable works by the Old Masters from the 14th to the 17th centuries – Rubens, Rembrandt, Poussin, etc.
This town is the most famous spa town in all of the Czech Republic, with its history dating back to the 14th century – when Charles IV ruled. Renowned figures, such as the Russian Tsar Peter the Great and the world-famous poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, had nothing but praise for the healing effects of the town’s local mineral springs.
Built by Emperor Charles IV between 1348 and 1355, Karlštejn is one of the most visited castles in the Czech Republic. Karlštejn served as a depository of royal, imperial and coronation jewels and as an archive of state documents.
This ancient town was a centre of silver mining in medieval times, making it the second richest town of the Bohemian Kingdom. Numerous architectural monuments of Kutná Hora and a very well-preserved town centre speak of the fame and wealth of this historic town, fame and wealth which are still running strong today.