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This was never going to be a pleasant trip. However, it was an excellent and salutary trip. The guide was excellent and I learnt so much. I came away feeling how inhumane man can be to man, but also how hard the human spirit will fight to survive. A great lesson as a juxtaposition of the celebrations in Prague.
Great tour and great guide! We saw a large part of the town, too, not just the concentration camp.
Good tour, nice and knowledgable guide, would definitely recommend this to anyone who is in prague and takes and interest in the holocaust.
Enjoyed Helen our tour guide very much. I would recommend your company to my associates.
Comprehensive tour of Terezin. Tourguide was extremely knowledgeable, spoke many languages very well, and just all around nice. It was a very deep and thoughtful tour. My husband and I were very moved. We would definitely book through Viator again.
A wonderful full day tour! I learned so much. Our guide, Sarah, was excellent and incredibly knowledgeable as well as friendly and personable. The minibus was very comfortable. The tour left Prague at 9:30 and returned at about 3 pm. It covered all of the major sites at Terezin including both fortresses, the cemetery, the crematorium. I highly recommend this tour!
This was well worth a 1/2 day away from Prague to see this part of history.
Excellent guide and tour, very good value for money, very moving experience
Wow - what a powerful tour. Our tour guide (Sarah) was brilliant. If you only do one trip whilst visiting Prague make sure that this is top of your list. Without doubt one of the most interesting, emotional and eye opening trips that I have ever been on.
It was a cold, grey day when we visited. Perhaps that contributed to the sadness I felt when I saw this place and the way people had to live there. It is a very sobering experience to be in the same rooms where so much suffering occurred. It is good for us to be reminded of these horrors so they never happen again! Our guide was very knowledgeable and explained things very well in English. (By the way, if you like hot chocolate, the little shop we stopped at for a short break had the BEST!) Lots of walking, so be prepared. Not a happy tour, but I was glad that we went--makes you appreciate the freedom you are enjoying today. I recommend the tour to anyone who wants to learn about a small piece of the dark history of humanity.
Our bus driver - terrific.
Our tour guide, John - one of the best -- knowledgable, filled with wonderful anecdotes that made a very sad visit more alive. Visiting any concentration camp is intense, but i think necessary in order to understand the past and perhaps (although doesn't seem likely these days) preventing similar horrors in the future. I have been to Prague several times, have always wanted to visit Terezin. Was very happy I was able to manage it this time -- this visit added value to my Prague stay.