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We had a wonderful guide who was very helpful and informative and friendly. On the way to Terezin he told us of the history of the Czech Republic and of the history of the area during WWII. He guided us through Terezin and then we met up with a wonderful English speaking guide who took us through the small fortress on the grounds. She was wonderful and very sensitive in the way she told us of the horrors that had taken place there. We would recommend this guided tour to anyone.
Extremely interesting and brings it home to you what humans are capable of, both good and evil.
I recommend this tour to every person who goes to Prague. You will not be the same after you have taken it. Our guide in the van going to Terezin from Prague was OK, not great. However, the guide who showed us around the actual site was fantastic-passionate and involved with his subject and did not sugar-coat any of the horrors that happened there.
The Local guide at Terezin was really good with her detailed explanations of the various situations and events that happened at this camp during WWII. It was an interesting and educational experience.
very interesting camp, good tour guides, fairly small and intimate group. a sobering experience but well mapped out and explained by the guides. If you're in Prague it's an easy way to get out of the city for a day for a great historical adventure.
While the tour of the crematorium was interesting, the real highlight of this tour would be of the old fortress which was an SS army prison during WW2. Our guide was truly passionate about the things that had occurred in this place and made the horror of conditions very real to those visiting. It was a very moving and emotional experience and I would recommend it.
We highly recommend. Obviously, this was not an uplifting tour. It was a tremendous experience that demonstrates the horrendous actions of the Nazis towards the Jewish people. The actual stories and drawings by individuals that lived and died are incredibly powerful. You'll be glad you went.
An excellent trip, well organised with a very knowledgable guide, who spoke most of time on the coach there and back ( one hour each way ) , as well as at Terezin itself.
A very moving and emotional tour , both our guides were very knowlegable and willing to answer any questions we had.All in all would highly recommend.
Our tour guide was wonderful. Sarah was informative, warm and accommodating. I found this visit to be highly valuable. The museum at ghetto 1 had pictures and poetry of those held captive, including many children. I found this incredibly moving. Sarah arranged a local guide for the ghetto 2 tour and she was amazing too.This is not a pleasure trip but an important one and one that deserves to be experienced.
It was freezing but this added to the sense of gloom and despondency of this awful place.. You have to go there to really see what it was like you cannot get the same experience from reading about it. Guide told the facts as they were and they were horrific.
I did a day tour out to Terezin, which I booked through Viator tours. Our tour guide was great, very knowledgeable. Visting Terezin was a heart wrenching but very thought provoking experience. It is worth a visit to learn about a very dark part of our history.