Terezin Tour Including Admission Ticket and Minibus Transfer

Most important points

Meeting time / duration

01:30 PM (every day) / 4 - 5 hours

Meeting point

Meet your guide, Křižovnické square, in front of the Statue of Charles IV, Prague 1. The guide will be holding an open blue and white umbrella.

Tour in

English, German, Italian, Spanish, French, Russian, Czech

Overview

Our tour which is including Admission ticket take you to the most significant places. With certified guide, you will be guided through Terezin - Concentration Camp.

What to Expect

Product Experience

  • Minibus transfer from Prague to Terezin and back
  • Visit the Concentration Camp and places which are connected with Second World War
  • Enjoy a guided walking tour of the Terezin
  • Hear the stories connected with Terezin

Overview

Our tour which is including admission ticket take you to the most significant places. With certified guide, you will be guided through Terezin - Concentration Camp.

What to Expect

Terezin is located approximately ninety miles north of Prague and just south of Litomerice. The town was originally built in 1780 by Emperor Joseph II of Austria and named after his mother, Empress Maria Theresa. Terezin consisted of the Big Fortress and the Small Fortress. The Big Fortress was surrounded by ramparts and contained barracks. However, Terezin had not been used as a fortress since 1882; Terezin had become a garrison town that remained virtually the same, almost entirely separated from the rest of the countryside. The Small Fortress was used as a prison for dangerous criminals.

Terezin changed dramatically when the Nazis renamed it Theresienstadt and sent the first Jewish transports there in November 1941.

The Nazis sent approximately 1300 Jewish men on two transports to Theresienstadt on November 24 and December 4, 1941. These workers made up the Aufbaukommando (construction detail), later known in the camp as AK1 and AK2. These men were sent to transform the garrison town into a camp for Jews. The largest and most serious problem these work groups faced was metamorphosing a town that in 1940 held approximately 7,000 residents into a concentration camp which needed to hold about 35,000 to 60,000 people. Besides the lack of housing, bathrooms were scarce, water was severely limited and contaminated, and the town lacked sufficient electricity.

Our tour take you to the most significant places. With certified guide, you will be guided through the Terezin concentration camp.

What's Included

  • Tour guide
  • Bus transfer from Prague Křižovnické Square to Terezin and back
  • Admission ticket to Terezin Small Fortress

What's Not Included

  • Bewerages

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Henry pons , 26 March 2019, 11:46

We met with our driver on time. He was very kind and provided us with many information's about Terezin. Terezin itself is very sad place. Thank you driver ( unfortunately don´t remember name)

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Belinda Walsh , 17 March 2019, 15:08

You must see a very powerful experience. Perfect service.

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