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The tour of the sites will bring visitors through selected stages in the manufacturing process as well as final assembly.

12 Jun 2022 | International News : Czech Republic

Skoda Auto is now reopening its Czech production facilities to visitors, after having closed them for more than two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The guided tours of selected plant areas and final assembly are said to be ideal for school groups and families with children aged ten and over, and are offered in various languages including Czech, English, German and Dutch.

The reopening of factory visits to come as Skoda starts manufacturing of the all-electric Enyaq iV family and the battery systems of the MEB platform at the Mlada Boleslav plant. The Kvasiny site meanwhile, is currently undergoing a systematic modernisation, and the Vrchlabi site is currently set to become the firm's first CO2-neutral production site at the end of 2020.

Those interested in a guided tour of the firm's Mlada Boleslav plant only need to pick up a ticket from the Skoda Museum, while guided tours at the Kvasiny and Vrchlabi sites are free of charge. Advance bookings for site tours meanwhile, can be booked here. These tours are typically conducted by the carmaker's former employees.

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