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BOBOVÁ DRÁHA V MOSTECH U JABLUNKOVA
Czech Republic

BOBOVÁ DRÁHA V MOSTECH U JABLUNKOVA

Bobová dráha tohoto typu byla v roce 2004 první v ČR. Délka sjezdu bobové dráhy je 650 m, můžete sjíždět až 40 km/h rychlostí, provoz bobové dráhy je celoroční.

- Děti do 8 let mohou být přepravovány pouze v doprovodu dospělé osoby, děti do 6 let mají bobovou dráhu zdarma.

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