Swarowski factory tour

Hits: 10652
Swarowski factory tour
zoom Zoom image
Swarowski factory tour Swarowski factory tour Swarowski factory tour Swarowski factory tour Swarowski factory tour Swarowski factory tour Swarowski factory tour Swarowski factory tour Swarowski factory tour Swarowski factory tour Swarowski factory tour Swarowski factory tour Swarowski factory tour Swarowski factory tour

Route: Innsbruck - Swarowski factory - Innsbruck
Duration: 2 h

In order to experience the phenomenon of crystal, the Austrian family enterprise Swarovski realized in the year 1995, on the occasion of the 100-year-jubilee of the company, an installation of lasting value, the Swarovski Crystal Worlds. Just as the crystal stands as an age-old symbol for change and transformation, the Crystal Worlds are continually extended, redesigned and transformed, in order to create new space for dreaming.

Price: per person

Price: 25.00 EUR
Quantity: 

Our travel tips

  • Discover city Bayreuth during european tours to Germany

    Traditionally Bayreuth is a place of artistic and creative genius, where the exceptional is the norm. The Richard Wagner festival is not the only world-class event here – the festival programme covers a wide variety of genres. European tour packages created european tour operator offer visit to germany's city Bayreuth. There is one thing, however, that all visitors to Bayreuth have come to expect: the very best. Four notable personalities have shaped the cultural life of the town – and still do today: Margravine Wilhelmine with her legacy of baroque architecture, Jean Paul, the poet and Romantic writer, Richard Wagner, who achieved musical immortality in Bayreuth, and pianist Franz Read more...  
  • Visit to Visegrad during european tours to Hungary

    As it used to be the seat of medieval Hungarian kings, Visegrád offers a chance to discover fortresses that are breathtaking even as ruins. European tour packages to Hungary with european tour operator offer visit to Visehrad. The beautifully restored palace of King Matthias, one of the most important rulers in Hungarian history, transports visitors back to the 15th century, the golden age of the Hungarian Kingdom. The Citadel sitting on top of the mountain offers a breathtaking view over the Danube Bend. Make the most of your day, by sliding down the canopy course above the trees: it offers an adrenaline boost as well as a gorgeous view over the Read more...