Terezin Concentration Camp
This day trip will take you to emotionally strong sights connected with suffering of Czech people during WWII: Terezin. Visit these mementos of WWI and learn about Czech 20th century history through stories of people who had suffered here in inhuman conditions, and pay a tribute to the innocent victims of Nazi terror.
Terezin was originally a fortress built at the end of the 18th century to protect the Bohemian Kingdom from the army of the Prussian Kingdom. During WWII, paradoxically, one part of the fortress had been turned into prison of Prague's Gestapo and the other part into Jewish ghetto and concentration camp. Thousands of people had passed through Terezin during the war and thousands had died there, children including. On this day trip you will learn about the daily life in the ghetto, listen to the life stories of the people who were imprisoned here and also visit premises where they had lived to get a clear idea of how was life there like.
Included in the tour rate:
Services of private Prague tour guide
Private transportation in a comfortable vehicle with a professional driver and A/C
Hotel pick-up and drop-off
Please make provision for:
Admission fees to: Terezin Ghetto Museum and Small Fortress Prison 210 CZK - approx. USD 10.
This full-day trip is available all year round.