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Available Friday, 27 May
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Karlovy Vary & Moser Glass Factory Entrance + Guided Tour

  • Duration: 9h 30mins
  • Live guide in English
  • Starting time: 08:45
  • Transport from Prague Old Town to Karlovy Vary
  • Admission to the Moser Glass Factory
  • Guided tour (in English) of the factory
  • Walking tour of the city center (free time included)
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About: Moser Glass Factory

The Moser Glass Factory is a glassworks in Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic. The origins of the Moser Glassworks stretch back to 1857, to its founder and famed crystal designer, Ludwig Moser.

Moser Glass Factory
Kpt. Jaroše 46/19, 360 06, Karlovy Vary
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