Spend a Full Day Enjoying Hot Springs, Moser History and Glass-making Art
Our trip will take you through the picturesque West Bohemian countryside to the city of Karlovy Vary. This world-famous SPA city is known for its 12 medicinal mineral springs, and you will have the chance to taste them.
The best-known of these springs is the "Vřídlo" ("Geyser"), a fountain of therapeutic water that shoots to a height of 12 m. In Karlovy Vary you'll also find historical and modern colonnades, and you can admire locally manufactured Moser glass and Thun porcelain.
We recommend tasting the delicious local wafers and traditional "Becherovka" liqueur made from herbs. The city is also known for the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.
- You will be picked up at your hotel
- We head straight towards Karlovy Vary. We reach the town and start a guided tour through its charming SPA quarter. You can taste curative springs during our walking along colonades.
- We'll have a lunch
- We will visit a showroom of one of the best known glass works in Europe, the MOSER Company with its more than 150 years of tradition! We will visit their showroom and factory outlet store, if you are interested.
- You'll have some time off to stroll the streets of the downtown area on your own
- We will be leaving back for Prague
- Drop off back at your hotel
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: At your hotel, or address in Prague.
End location: At your hotel, or address in Prague.
Duration: 9 hours
Late model Mercedes Benz, 6 pasenger, air-conditioned van and some
In order to maximize everyone's space and comfort, the tour has been set for 4 people. But, I can accommodate up to 6 people in the vehicle. Please contact me for the details.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
800 CZK - admissions for Moser Museum,Food and drinks
As a licensed guide, I have no restrictions.
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The best of the best! Thanks to Lukas we had an unforgettable visit of Prague and Karlovy Vary! 5 out of 5 for this wonderful guide! Thank you again, Ana