Krakow Private Transfer from Prague with sightseeing in Kutna Hora and Olomouc
Enjoy the stress-free transfer from one city to another.
A local driver picks you up from your hotel or other place in Prague at agreed time and drives you safely to your hotel in Krakow, saving you from finding cabs, lugging your bags and waiting at train station lounges or security lines.
All our drivers speak English as well as their native language (and sometimes additional languages too!). They're happy to discuss local history and culture with you, as well as answer any questions you may have. And because they speak the local language, they're able to provide you with a unique opportunity to connect with natives.
We always ensure that the vehicle provided meets your needs in terms of safety, reliability, and comfort. While the exact model may vary, you can expect a late model car.
per adult from
567 to 680 minutes
Hotel pickup available
What's included :
- Private transportation
- Air-conditioned vehicle
- Local English Speaking driver
- VAT, fuel, tolls, all taxes, fees and handling charges
- Bottled water
- One-way transfer
What's excluded :
- Excess luggage charges (where applicable)
- Entry tickets to third party attractions
- Our friendly, English-speaking driver will pick you up from your hotel, accommodation or designated meeting location in Prague at the arranged time.
You’ll continue to Kutna Hora, where you’ll spend 90 minutes of sightseeing, and then to Olomouc for 90 minutes of sightseeing. Following your sightseeings stops, our driver will continue to your final destination and drop you off at your accommodation or any other location within Krakow.
Kutna Hora - Medieval silver-mining boom town
Some cities, as 'Starship' sang, are built on rock 'n' roll but Kutná Hora was built on silver, a more durable substance, and almost as profitable.
Its extensive deposits lured a flood of settlers in the Thirteenth Century and by its end the town was the seat of the Czech national mint and financial centre of the country. Today, its wealth lies in a thousand years worth of architectural heritage which, unlike Prague's, can be savoured without the pressure of crowds. A daunting prospect perhaps but Kutná Hora's attractions can be found as much in small-scale detail as in the large-scale magnificence of the Fourteenth Century Cathedral of St. Barbara. Stroll along the immaculately-preserved medieval street Ruthardka, or marvel at the Stone Fountain sitting like a giant sandstone crown amid burgher houses. One or two of the larger-scale items shouldn't be missed however. The Bone Church, or Ossuary, is one such, a Cistercian chapel representing a medieval revolution in interior design: bones and nothing but the bones of the dead, from 'noughts and crosses' floor to chandeliered ceiling.
Olomouc - The Historical Capital of Moravia
Yet to reach the dizzying tourist heights of Prague and Cesky Krumlov, Olomouc nevertheless has much to offer visitors.
The centre of Olomouc is the largest historic preservation zone outside of Prague and therefore boasts numerous historic and religious buildings. However the one held in the highest regard is the Holy Trinity Column, a UNESCO World Heritage site and biggest Baroque sculpture in the Czech Republic. Built in 1754 by local citizens and craftsmen, the column is seen as both a celebration of the Catholic Church and of Olomouc itself. The monument stands 115ft high and is topped by a gilded statue of the Holy Trinity. The most prominent church in Olomouc is Saint Wenceslas Cathedral, founded in 1107 and situated in the compound of the Olomouc Castle. The Cathedral has undergone many renovations throughout its history, resulting in many different architectural styles on display, from a Romanesque crypt to a Gothic cloister to Baroque chapels. Olomouc is also home to the Moravian Theatre, the Moravian Philharmonic and the second oldest university in the Czech Republic.
It is important to note that our drivers are not professional tour guides. Instead, they are local drivers who are expected to share with you their own insights into local life, culture, and history. If you are interested in a formal sightseeing tour of any of your stops, we typically recommend arranging this separately from your transfer with us.
Departure Point :Prague, Czechia
Your driver will meet you in the lobby of your hotel, airport arrivals hall or designated meeting point. Please advise the hotel name or pick-up address at least 24 hours prior to your departure. It is important to note that some locations are within pedestrian zones not accessible by car - we'll send you the nearest possible pick-up location in case your pick-up address is located within these zones. Luggage allowance: Each passenger is allowed to have one big luggage (29 x 21 x 11 inches) and one small luggage which shouldn’t exceed 22 x 14 x 9 inches. Please let us know if you have oversized luggage, and we will help you upgrade to a bigger car. Please, let us know if any of the passengers are under the age of 12, as they need to travel in a child seat. (We can provide that free of charge)
AirportsVáclav Havel Airport Prague, Aviatická, 161 00 Praha 6, Czechia
Return Detail :Kraków, Poland
Hotel Pickup :
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Wheelchair accessible
- Stroller accessible
- Service animals allowed
- Near public transportation
- Infant seats available
- Transportation is wheelchair accessible
- Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
- Most travelers can participate
- This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
- Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
- Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
- Contactless payments for gratuities and add-ons
- Drivers wear a facemask while driving, and they will use disposable gloves when handling your luggage.
- You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
- For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.