Prague, Czech Republic
Thew tour itself is very good. The drive throught he Czech country-side to get to Terezin is an added bonus if you would otherwise only have seen Prague.
The guides were knowledgable (you are handed over to another guide for the actual tour of Terezin camp).
Terezin is a relatively small camp and is not as confronting as other concentration camps I have been too. Even so it is well worth doing, especially if it includes the tour of the memorial in the town of Terezin. Definitely recommend it.
Well organised and conducted. We saw so much in a few hours. The highlight is Da Vinci's Last Supper. To actually find yourself standing in front of this masterpiece is one of those moments in life your treasure forever.
Tour Guides were for both the Accademia and the Ufizzi superb. So knowledgrable, so happy to share that knowledge and answer all questions. They provided insights into the artists themselves as well, which enriched the whole experience even more. Very professional tour withh expert guides.