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There were only a few of us on this tour - it was quite interesting and quick - if you're looking for a quick tour this is it.
The tour guide was friendly as well.
Enjoyed this factory trip to Nizbor Bohemia Glass factory. To see the employees with their skill was terrific. Good prices if you decide to buy something.
This was most interesting of all our trips
The factory guide was most informative and instructive as to each operation within the plant
She also gave us information as to the life style of workers
nice driver-the other guy in the car should have spoken more about the country side, politics anything-he mostly sat there. The other tour lady who went to the castle talked to her clients the whole way to the castle. I found her to be quite interesting. The tour itself was good-we needed more than 1/2 hour for 6 people to shop after the tour. The vehicle did stop and drop us off on the way home. That was good
The tour of the Nizbor glass blowing factory was very interesting and the local guide was very good. We not only saw the crystal being blown but also watched the workers while they cut the design in the crystal. It was great to watch the talented artists performing such intricate work.
The guide was lovely, the driver was a maniac and the glass factory kept us waiting almost an hour before we could do a tour. Wouldnt recommend it.
The driver was very helpful and very knowledgeable. The visit of the factory was interesting but the guide at the factory did not provide much information.
It was too far from Prague and not worth the long drive (2 hours each way and 1 hour in the factory)! There is a factory visit in the prague city and castle tour so don't book this if you are booking that one too. The driver was speeding and it was a small car with only 3 passengers.
The trips to and from the glass factory were combined with another tour going to a different venue, so we didn't return until much later than expected. The driver and tour guide had never been to the glass factory before and had to stop four times to get directions, further delaying us. The glass factory was out of the Communist era and used old technology. Finally, the tour provider initially refused to honor your statement that he would return me to my hotel, and I had to fight with him to do it. He finally took me, but I think only because he had to pick someone up nearby for another tour.