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The best was undoubtedly our dear guide Ian, who in addition to doing the tours explained to us what life is like in his country. It was a success to combine both cities, since each one separately would have remained somewhat small for such a long displacement, especially Marianske Lazne. In both cities we had around 1h of free time to wander around as we please, shop or have a drink. The food was more correct than I expected from the comments, a menu in a hotel with the option to choose between two first and two seconds. The two very beautiful and well-kept cities. The tour was done despite being only two people signed up. The price of the trip to a single city is somewhat high compared to what it would be to travel on your own (about € 60 versus about € 10 by bus). Taking that into account, the extra cost to visit the two cities is not so much and, above all, it is the only viable option to see the two cities without renting a car.
The tour was excellent, a stop to see how Moser crystals are made, I loved to see how they are made afterwards, a lunch included with a light vegetable soup and grilled chicken with potatoes, the cities of karlov vary are beautiful, the guide is very attentive, takes photos and it helps to keep the pace to get to know EVERYTHING, then mariánské lázn another LINDA city would repeat the tour.
Judy was amazing!
Pickup was prompt. Our tour guide, Judy, was very friendly and knowledgeable. She knew everything about everything we saw! The Moser glass factory was very interesting, and the town of Karlovy Vary is beautiful. Highly recommended.
a nice way to spend a nice day. Don't expect any miracles as it is primarily a health resort for the rich, but it has a nice atmosphere, a lot of interesting architecture and some great hiking trails on the forest hills.
It was a quite good trip and we loved the countryside.
We were disappointed that we were not told before we reserved that the glass factory would be closed with no workers.