Kutna Hora, located about 65 km outside of Prague, owes its origin to its silver mines, the existence of which can be traced back to the begining of the 13th century. It was second only to Prague as the most important town in Bohemia, having become the favourite temporary residence of several Czech kings as well as the mint for the "Prague Penny". Kutna hora was declared a world heritage, and since most important buildings and places - the St. Barboras Cathedral and the Ossuary (Bone House).
Carlsbad is located in the western part of the Czech Republic at the confluence of warm and Eger, about 120 km from Prague. It is the largest and most famous spa town of Republic. The city was founded in the 14th century by Charles IV. According to legend, the emperor had built soon after the accidental discovery of the springs of his hunting party. Most of the architectural monuments dating from the 18th and 19 century.
State Castle Czech Krumlov, with its architectural standard, cultural tradition, and expanse, ranks among the most important monuments of Central European region. The Vth Courtyard of the Czech Krumlov castle moat near the western wing of the castle is the Castle Baroque Theatre.