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Terezin Concentration Camp Day Tour from Prague

Highlights
  • Narrated tour of WWII Terezin concentration camp from Prague
  • A guide tells stories of the Jewish ghetto that you may otherwise miss
  • Navigate the dormitories, barracks, crematorium, and cemetery with ease
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Terezin Concentration Camp Day Tour from Prague
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Terezin Concentration Camp Day Tour from Prague
US$ 56.07
Overview

Visiting World War II’s Terezin camp from Prague by yourself risks only a fragmented understanding of the complex and what occurred here. Gain a comprehensive picture of the 1941–1945 camp, used by Nazi forces as a Jewish prisoners’ transit hub and ghetto, on this guided tour. Explore the entire complex, including the museum, dormitories, and cemetery with full commentary throughout, and with entrance fees and return transport included.

What to Expect

Board a comfortable, air-conditioned coach in central Prague with your guide and travel to Terezin, an 18th-century military fortress used as a transit camp and Jewish ghetto by Nazi forces after their invasion of the Czech Republic in WWII.

On arrival, take a narrated tour of the complex as your guide charts the terrible events that occurred here. Learn how many thousands died at the camp, and how many were transported on to death camps such as Auschwitz and Treblinka.

Visit must-sees including the Small Fortress, Ghetto Museum, Magdeburg Barracks, Columbarium, Crematorium, and dormitories; the latter with original furniture. Learn about the prisoners’ suffering through documentary films, discovering how they maintained a semblance of cultural life despite everything.

Then, pay homage to the camp victims at the Terezin Memorial, home to approximately 10,000 graves. Finally, return to Prague where your tour ends at the original starting point.

Reviews (665)
1 - 5 of 25 reviews
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
A Must-Visit tour

A must visit Terezin tour. Hard to believe I was at the same original grounds where the worst mass human cruelty occurred. Thank you Mikaela for being a great and attentive tour guide. Mikaela is fluent in 4 languages is highly impressive. Keep up the...More

Thank MrsLuke
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Excellent Tour

Fantastic experience all round! Was great to also see the town of terazine as well as the concentration camp. The guide was excellent and very knowledgable. A must book if you are in Prague!

Thank Cameron D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Dont miss this one

Great value for money guide was very good and knew his stuff..nice easy stroll..to see the gettos today being lived in..... .

1  Thank Gerard M
Reviewed 28 August 2018
A harrowing but worthwhile experience.

A trip here highlights mans inhumanity to fellow humans. Little known about in the history of the war , it was here that the Nazi propaganda machine tricked the rest of the world, and the red cross , into believing that the Jewish people within...More

6  Thank lindsay k
Reviewed 16 August 2018 via mobile
Fascinating place, terrible tour

The camp itself is fascinating, sad, and not to be missed. We had a very good guide once we were INSIDE the camp (the “local” guide. Unfortunately I can not say the same for Vera, our overall tour guide- who spoke to us in a...More

12  Thank Jenrayac
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Lois H
17 October 2018|
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Response from lindsay k | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I cannot help. I am not in Prague at the moment. The company will have to answer the query.
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Johnathon S
13 September 2018|
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Response from heather s | Reviewed this property |
We booked the trip through our hotel, we were picked up and transferred to a mini bus which went straight to the camp.
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Michael M
21 July 2018|
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There are stairs up to the second floor of the museum, no lift
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