Italian Court, Kutna Hora
Italian Court, Kutna Hora - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Havlíčkovo nám. 552, 284 01 Kutná Hora, Czech Republic
Ticket Price: 85 CZK
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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About Italian Court, Kutna Hora
A cultural monument, the Italian Court, Czech name Vlassky Dvur, is a lovely palace in Kutna Hora. Having an interesting history, this is from where the silver coins used to be produced in the Middle Ages. Back in the 15th century, King Wenceslas IV made the Italian Court his residence for a while. Now-a-days, the building doubles up as the City Hall and also houses a museum portraying the history of the region.
Italian Court Ticket Prices
- Adults: 85 CZK
- Children and students: 45 CZK
- Families: 215 CZK
How To reach Italian Court by Public Transport
- One can walk down to the attraction.
- One can hire a taxi or hop on a Tourist Bus.
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It's a decent play to see, but nothing special. I went there expecting something really fancy. In reality, it's just a small square with a few trees and a pretty fountain in the middle of them. I much more enjoyed the gardens bellow the castle, to be honest. I wouldn't say I regret going there. It was still a fun part of the trip. There weren't nearly any people there, which is nice.
......Once again this place leaves me speechless! A Structure that is still standing after almost 600 years and to be able to witness what went on in this very place hundreds of years ago, it was in this very building where the Royal Mint was once and the silver coins use to be pressed here! The Mint stopped at the end of the 18th Century after the Great Fire of 1770! Absolute-lii Mind blowing! It is trulii a blessing that in the 19th Century someone decided to rebuild and preserve what had remained of this almost forgotten mining town...We are not sorry that we booked a tour of this area while been in the Czech Republic!!!!.....A Must visit when in the Czech Republic! Please!!...Awesome, awesome.....
Lovely with no tourists 😁
Nice to walk and look at but nothing special I wouldn't pay to enter. Good views from the small yard at the rear bavk across to St Barbara
Nice area for wedding / sight seeing