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Skoda Car Factory & Skoda Museum - Prague to Skoda Car Factory

From EUR 277.00
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Private day trips from Prague to the Skoda Factory & Skoda Museum

Skoda vehicles are bound to have passed you in the street countless times. The ŠKODA brand is present in showrooms all over the world. However, if you would really like to learn more about the ŠKODA brand, its philosophy, and its history, you should visit the Skoda factory and the company museum in Mladá Boleslav, in one hour drive from Prague. There, you can see an exhibition of the brand’s present and its future, while history buffs can enjoy a visit to the domestic ŠKODA Museum in Mladá Boleslav which will take them through the most celebrated moments from the more than 100 years of the history of this incredible car.

The factory-guided tour starts at the Main Press Plant where you can witness metal sheets being molded and straightened. Then we will move to the Robotics First Assembly Point where you can see the car body, engine, and gearbox construction. These constructions are also used for VW and Seat car models too. Then we will move to the Final Assembly Area where the seats, electrics, and dashboards were fitted. The Skoda factory produces on average 450 finished units a day and they only produce Skoda’s 2 most popular models, the Fabia and Octavia.

Sightseeing along the way

On the way from the Skoda factory to Prague, we can take you to other places of your interest be it the UNESCO town of Kutna Hora and its Bone Church or the Terezin Concentration Camp.

Kutna Hora & Bone Church – UNESCO

Kutna Hora is a medieval silver-mining city located one hour’s drive to the east of Prague. During the Middle Ages, profits from the Kutná Hora silver mines brought fame to the lands of the Czech Crown, and Kutná Hora became the 2nd richest town in the Czech lands after Prague. The legacy of this glorious epoch can be seen in the fine Gothic and Italianate buildings that line the cobblestone streets.

Terezin Concentration Camp

During this Prague – Terezin Concentration Camp tour you will learn about World War II and its impacts on former Czechoslovakia. Terezin is the name of a former military fortress and garrison town. In the late 18th century the Habsburg Monarchy erected the fortress and named it after Empress Maria Theresa as a stronghold against the Prussians from the North. In 1941 the town of Terezin was changed by the Nazis into a Jewish ghetto-transit camp. Until the end of the War, more than 150000 deportees passed through the camp, 35.000 of which died there.

Sights to SeeKutna Hora - historical center, OR:, Terezin Concentration Camp (CZ)
InteriorsSkoda Factory
IncludedDriver-guide, car/van, fuel, toll roads, parking
ExcludedEntrance fees, meals, souvenirs
Availability From-ToAll year round
Departure Time and Location We will pick you up at the agreed place and time, most likely at the reception of your hotel in Prague. (To be specified in the request form below)
Duration8 hours
Return Location We will finish the tour anywhere you wish in Prague.
Means of TransportationWalking and/or Driving - Car, Van, Minibus, Bus
Required Walking AbilityMedium
LanguageAll services are in English, but exceptions can be made in advance.
Price Info
Driver-Guide/Carup to 3 peopleDriver-Guide/Vanup to 6 people
CZK / EUR / USD6500 / 277 / 2837000 / 298 / 304
Price Info
Driver-Guide/Carup to 3 people6500 / 277 / 283
Driver-Guide/Vanup to 6 people7000 / 298 / 304
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