Römische Glashütte Monschau, Monschau

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  • just before the museum is a covered car park where you can park, free car we thought, since there is no barelen or ticket machine in sight fell into the perimeter, after the glass-blowing (beautiful half-timbered and fun that you they see) and to have visited town, sat there a fee between the windshield wipers, not fun, sense of advantage v/d tourist , that they clarify!!!!
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  • I was here today and there is a huge array of glass objects to view and buy. The place was quiet on a weekday with no pressure to purchase. The handicraft hall at the back of the glass shop has clothi...  more »
  • Spontaneous visit of Monschau glassworks during a short break in December 2016 on the return from Aachen direction Ruhr area. Because the weather was worse on the road, did we abandon first stroll into the village and landed in the glass works, because it is covered. 1 the € 4, we had to pay for the human and car-empty parking lot were unpleasant surprise. After all, you can redeem € 1, if you would have bought something in the glass works because. The toilet will cost € 0.50 local incidentally again p P (2. surprise). The complex, which belongs to the glass hut, made a very depressing impression on us. Tables and chairs are in the middle and the restaurant area unpleasant smells like old frying fat. Several stalls which sell the worst kitsch, you can imagine and that has to do with a Roman glass works are located around the tables and chairs. On a rainy Tuesday in December was not much going on here and the vendor smiled at us expectantly. In the background, German Schlager played, accompanied by the sound of the indoor fountain. In the showroom of the glassworks, nothing for sale could entice us. There are several dominant designs that are repeated in different colors. We had that differently in memory, as we had been here several years ago. Unfortunately, no demonstrations of Glasblässer took place during our stay. Some stalls had closed (forever?) and also the miniature exhibition in the 1st floor was not of particular interest. For model makers, there is however a showroom with a large selection. As we us not familiar with this, we can not judge whether the local selection justifies the parking fees and the directions in the Eifel. According to the number of field courts existing in Monschau seem large amounts of tourists here on the weekend to make the pilgrimage. Our conclusion: the glass works is worth not visit and we sure won't come.
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  • Fun glass blowing. For € 5 you can blow yourself and take it with you. You can also buy glassware. Unfortunately not my taste. Is part of a kind of trade fair with all gift shops. Do not go to the models. € 4.50 for is this really a scam.
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  • Not much is left of Glashütte. You can watch the glass blowers in a guide. Otherwise "great" prices.
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  • It's all very interesting. The tourist shops in the inner shop to browse a. The restaurant looks very inviting and the glass works are very beautiful to look at
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  • The glass blowing for children is the only interressante. The rest is turi kid at its finest
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  • Shopping Center for bus tourists.
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