Conozca la historia del Holocausto de la República Checa en esta excursión de un día al campo de concentración de Terezín desde Praga. Siga a su guía a través del campo de concentración de Terezín, una vez utilizado por los nazis para albergar judíos checos, polacos y yugoslavos. Aprenda sobre la historia de la ciudad previa a la Segunda Guerra Mundial y descubra los principales lugares de interés, como el Museo del Gueto y los Barracones Magdeburg. Explore el pasado problemático de Terezín en el cuartel general de la Schutzstaffel y las celdas de la Gestapo, y conozca mejor la vida en el lugar bajo el dominio nazi.
Our Guide Givi really made this an unforgettable experience. He was incredibly knowledgeable and was willing to answer all of our questions. Terezin itself is very strange, as people actually still live there. Givi, however, managed to instill a sense of remembrance and respect despite the apparent lack of reverence the people know living there have for its history. I have to note that this was the only tour done with this company that was not over-crowded, which I think also really made a big difference to how we experienced it.
The tour starts at the city centre where you meet your guide and fellow tour mates. We travelled by public transport, the group wasn't too big which made the travelling efficient and close. Our guide for the tour was Petra, she was amazing, knowledgable, likeable and seemed to have an overall great sociable persona. We do not often take guided tours, but when the tour guide is great, it makes a huge difference to the experience!!! I would recommend this tour, particularly with Petra, who definitely deserves a big thumbs ups. Thanks Petra for the great tour!
If you're interested in this tour, you want to take it with Givi. He really cares about what happened to the Jews and helping the tourists understand the horror of what they're seeing. He also told us some key Czech history about the only successful assignation of a top German official in WWII. Givi was the best tour guide I've ever had!
A very worthwhile day out. It was good to use the public transport system with Givi leading the way on the local train and then the bus. He was a great guide and very knowledgeable. The Terezin complex is amazing - we hadn't realised it was - and still is - a functioning town. The crematorium, morgue and museums devoted to the ghetto/concentration camp are extremely moving. We were at the complex for approximately 3 hours but didn't get to see everything - this tour is not for those who want an in-depth day there but for the curious and for those who want to find out more about the horrors inflicted during the war.