I definitely recommend this tour. The tour guides were very knowledgable and provided an interesting learning opportunity regarding the history of this camp. Their English was also very good.
chris.chase United Kingdom
very interesting incite to the evils of the past, excellent guide.
The Tour was very professional and everything ran really smoothly. The guides were great and really helpful.
Overall it was a well organized and informative experience. My husband and I were impressed with the friendliness and knowledge of the staff, both our general tour guide as well as our tour guide within Terezin itself. We feel it was a well worth it, extremely sobering experience and highly recommend this tour.
A moving experience and a must see. We did not get to visit the crematorium on this trip because there was a special state visit on this day but still a good value. English speaking guides very good.
The guide on the bus out to Terezin was excellent, with a good command of the history. His English was also quite good. At Terezin, our local guide, a young woman, also did an excellent job of profiling the history of the fortress and its use as a collection point for World War II Nazi political and genocide purposes. Very informative and very moving. You could tell that the guide, a Czech national, was very invested in this particular chapter of her country's long and troubled history. We would definitely recommend this tour to those who want to better understand what the Nazis were all about from 1933-45, and the impact they had on then Czechoslovakia, as well as the rest of Europe.
The guides were able to handle this sensitive and very sad subject in a comprehensive and respectful manner.
Fantastic trip. Great information given by Helen on way to Terezin. Tour in the Camp was very interesting and humbling and the guide was fantastic, I would recommend it to everyone. Anne and Dave from Dubin
This tour was well worth the time. A sobering experience, but an important one. Drive was not too long, and the tour was the right length of time.
Going to Terezin is probably going to be something that sticks with me for years. It wasn't an enjoyable tour per se, coming to physically see the conditions the prisoners had to live in and get an experience on what life was like in camps like this was a real eye-opener and quite difficult to stomach I found the crematory particularly saddening.
We had two guides along the tour. The first, a lady whose name I cannot remember, gave us bits and pieces of information as we made our way to the camp by coach. Though her English was far from fluent, it was still understandable and highly interesting.
Our second guide, I believe her name was Denisa, who showed us around the small fortress was phenomenal. Her passion, knowledge and interest were extremely clear to see. She's exactly what you want in a guide.
After the small fortress tour, we went back over to the big fortress and to the museum which I felt was a little disappointing, but nonetheless it was still a highly interesting trip and one I'd recommend to anyone coming to the Czech Republic.
Everybody should take this tour and stop complaining about little things in their life.....and enjoy what they have.....
It was a very somber and moving experience. Well worth the trip.
Our guide was excellent. She was informative and provided a great perspective on Terezin. I would highly recommend this tour!
We found the tour very informative and interesting. It makes you realise the suffering and hardship endured. The whole tour was good value for money.
A salutory lesson of man's inhumanity to man. The guide through the small fortress was informative and did emphasise the early history of the structure as well it use during WW2. The large fortress and museum were interesting and the Ghetto Museum gave an emotive display of the suffering in WW2.
Great day!! Rene was marvellous. His knowledge and passion were addictive.
We were a little bit rushed a couple of times but I think he just wanted to expose us to the whole site.
Very interesting and informative guide, Johan. Well organized and definitely worthwhile.
Absolutely fantastic. Starting point was easy to locate. Small group on a very comfortable mini bus with a briliant guide who was clearly passionate and very well informed regarding the subject. The site is split into several museums, all of which focus on different aspects of the people who were forced to live there. The Children's museum was of particular poignancy as it exhibited pictures drawn by the Jewish children held there who were subsequently murdered in the Gas chambers . You are able to enter the brick buildings where the Jews registered, were stripped of their belongings, showered and tortured. You can walk along an underground tunnel where you can see the firing range and gallows . Later in the tour you are taken to the cemeteries and the crematorium where there is a tribute to the people who were cremated there. It is an extremely humbling experience and an exhibition that is sensitively displayed by passionate, professional guides. Well worth the visit.
Very sombre and moving experience. Informative guide and just about the right length of time
Eini D Canada
Very knowledegeable tour guide. Learned alot more of the history regarding this camp and the people who went through it .