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Private Tour: Karlovy Vary And Loket Castle Day Trip from Prague
"Meet your private guide at your hotel lobby and arrive in Karlovy Vary spa town (Carlsbad) after a 2-hour drive in a private vehicle. Karlovy Vary was founded in the mid-14th century -- its hot springs were discovered at an earlier period. The to the most famous one being Vridlo with a geyser of water reaching up to 10-15 meters. Your private guide will take you to the Moser Glass Museum and Glass Factory where you can discover the beauty of the glass craft. Walk around the colonnades whe drink water from the thermal springs and enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of this spa town. Your knowledgeable guide will be happy to recommend one of the small restaurants for you for lunch (not included in price).Visit also the Gothic-style Loket located about 12 km from Karlovy Vary on a stone massive. The castle is surrounded by the Ohře river on three sides. Once known as the ""Impregnable Castle of Bohemia"" due to its thick walls it is one of the oldest and most valuable historical stone castles in the Czech Republic.""""Take this private 10-hour day trip from Prague to Czech Republic's most famous spa town Karlovy Vary and walk the colonnades of this colorful town with its healing mineral springs. Visit the 12th-century fascinating medieval Gothic-style Loket Castle aft
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Moser Glassworks and Jan Becher Museum and Karlovy Vary Private Tour from Prague
Jan Becher Museum and Karlovy Vary Private Guided Tour from Prague""Leave the city centre in the morning as you travel by an air-conditioned minibus through the stunning countryside of Bohemia and it's beautiful spa town of Karlovy Vary. Relax with the on board Wi-Fi and cool water refreshments.Stop to witness th built between 1698 and 1712 by the Italian architect Allipradi.Next on your tour will be the Moser glass factory founded by Ludwig Moser in 1893. Learn about their famous glassware sold around the world to such notables as the court of the British king Edward VII
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Moser Glassworks and Jan Becher Museum and Karlovy Vary Private Tour from Prague
Jan Becher Museum and Karlovy Vary Private Guided Tour from Prague""Leave the city centre in the morning as you travel by an air-conditioned minibus through the stunning countryside of Bohemia and it's beautiful spa town of Karlovy Vary. Relax with the on board Wi-Fi and cool water refreshments.Stop to witness th built between 1698 and 1712 by the Italian architect Allipradi.Next on your tour will be the Moser glass factory founded by Ludwig Moser in 1893. Learn about their famous glassware sold around the world to such notables as the court of the British king Edward VII
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Horse Carriages

I saw these in most towns. The people who operate these carriages seem to be knowledgeable of the town.
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Parking

Be careful where you park. If your car does not contain the official parking wheel, look for these paid parking. We were fortunate to find parking about 1 km from the main post office.
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The Tram

Erfurt offers a perfect public Transportation System.The Tram!If you search for prices or special offers please visit there webside at www. evag-erfurt.de
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The Merchants Bridge

Feel free to call me an idiot if you want, but I walked across this bridge without realising it was a bridge. I would have noticed on the way back, but the road was all dug up so we returned via the...
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Petersberg Citadel

Erfurt is also home to a massive citadel overlooking the city centre. Petersberg citadel was built in the late 17th century and served as a fortification as well as a monastery. Entering it from the...
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Fischmarkt

We walked from the train station onto Marktstrasse which leads into the Fischmarkt. This is the spot where the city's old trade routes used to intersect. Fischmarkt has a statue of the knight Roland...
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St. Severus Church & Domplatz

Erfurt's largest square, the Dome Square (or Domplatz in German), is a lovely square just below dome hill. It is surrounded by numerous beautiful houses, some of them half-timbered. The large square...
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New Mill Museum

Erfurt used to be a city of water mills. The New Mill is located on the banks of the River Gera. Apparently this was still a working mill used in the production of flour until 1982. After its closure...
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Krämerbrücke

Krämerbrücke is probably Erfurt's most famous sight. The bridge is the biggest bridge with houses on each side in the world - and by normal houses I don't mean small huts or so, but 32 three-storey...
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german_eagle

"The city of churches and towers"
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iandsmith

"No effort to like Erfurt"
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christine.j

"The old part of Erfurt is just beautiful"
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Nemorino

"Opera in Erfurt"
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Maryimelda

"The sublime Erfurt...."
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