We’re heading into our second month in Prague so, it was time to finally see another city in the Czech Republic. We headed 60km east by train to Kutna Hora, a town known for the Sedlec Ossuary (Kostnice Sedlec) or the Bone Church.
It wasn’t eerie but I felt the negative energy and anger (you may feel something totally different from me, so don’t let this deter you from visiting this place), possibly from the bones of the 40,000-70,000 people arranged in a decorative manner. This place is definitely haunted, but you should decide for yourselves. May their souls rest in peace.
How-to Get to Kostnice Sedlec/Sedlec Ossuary
From downtown Prague, head to Prague Main Railway Station/Praha Hlavní Nádraží to get your tickets and board the train.
When buying your train ticket in Prague, make sure you buy a ticket for Kutná Hora město (město = town), not Kutna Hora Hlavni Nádraží (abbreviated as: Kutná Hora hl.n.), so you’re covered all the way into town and don’t have to buy an extra ticket on the local train. The ride into town takes six minutes.
From Kutna Hora Hlavni Nádraží, you have switch trains and take another train either to Kutná Hora-Sedlec to the Sedlec Ossuary (Kostnice Ossuary). Just follow the crowd and either bookmark or save the map below to use offline if you don’t have a local SIM or wifi access.