TEREZIN CONCENTRATION CAMP TOUR – HALF DAY TRIP

Terezin was an "unusual" concentration-camp.

GROUP

Minimun 6 people.

PICK-UP

The tour starts at 9 AM. Free pick-up service included in the price.

DURATION

Approximately 6 hours

On this Daytrip to the former ghetto, concentration camp and Gestapo jail just sixty minutes from Prague, we focus on Czech-Jewish history, World War II and the Holocaust.
 

We visit Terezín’s monuments, memorials and museums and find hidden traces of its dark past while discussing present-day attitudes towards Terezín.

 

You will learn about its history, from its times as a Habsburg Empire garnison town to the visit of the Red Cross and the story of Friedl Dicker-Brandeis and her children’s paintings.

 

VIEW THE PHOTOS

199 € – 1 to 2 People

79 € per another person

This place will give you goosebumps! You will hear shocking stories about everything that happened there. This place is definitely worth a visit, suitable even for a family day out (with older children). Highly recommended.

Maria L.

“Gruesome and very real”

INCLUDED AND NOT

  • Local English speaking city expertYES
  • Pick-up service and transport by air-conditioned minibus with large windowsYES
  • Admission to Terezin Museum, the Magdeburg Barracks, the Hidden Synagogue, and the Small Fortress (the former Gestapo prison)YES

HIGHLIGHTS

Terezín Museum

The Ghetto Museum opened in 1991 in the building of the former Terezín School. The exhibitions have been arranged with the assistance of former prisoners of the Terezín Ghetto.

Magdeburg Barracks

When the Nazis converted the Terezín military fortress into a prison and Jewish ghetto, they decided to impose a system of self-governance, as they did with other concentration camps and ghettos. It could, therefore, look from the outside like an estate inhabited by contented Jewish families.

The Hidden Synagogue

The walls of “The Hidden Synagogue” in Theresienstadt are unique in their inclusion of passages from the Tachanun.
The Small Fortress – The Small Fortress served as the largest Gestapo prison in the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia. It was on the other side of the river from the ghetto and operated separately. Around 90,000 people went through it, and 2,600 died there.

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