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Electricity Museum

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Electricity Museum

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Podskali 2537, Pisek 397 01 Czech Republic
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Prague and the best sites of the Czech Republic along the majestic Vltava River
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Prague and the best sites of the Czech Republic along the majestic Vltava River

The magnificent Vltava River, like a silver thread, flows through the unique and amazing Czech landscape, interweaving medieval towns, encircling fascinating castles and palaces to create the backdrop of the most beautiful city of Europe - Prague. Follow with us the flow of the river, which in English is sometimes translated as the Moldau and the Czechs call it the Mother of all the Rivers and visit the most beautiful sites of the Czech Republic in 2 full days with our exprienced and friendly tour guides.<br>Minimum number of travellers: 2
$567.81 per adult
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alex198876 wrote a review Aug 2018
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates214 contributions93 helpful votes
Built on the river in Pisek it is a working water wheel electricity museum with lots of information about the history of electric power and even how the Czechs were very advanced in this area only narrowly missing the early patents to Edison in this technology ... small entrance fee and definitely worth a visit
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Vendulka L wrote a review Jul 2015
Pilsen Region, Czech Republic12 contributions8 helpful votes
Small but interesting exhibition with working water tourbines which make electricity, dating back to the beginning of the 20th century
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Date of experience: July 2015
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