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Vous en apprendrez plus sur l'holocauste de la Seconde Guerre mondiale lors de cette excursion d'une journée à l'ancien camp de concentration nazi de Terezin au départ de Prague en bus. Vous en apprendrez plus sur la vie au musée, découvrirez comment les Nazis ont dupé les visiteurs de la Croix-Rouge, et vous promènerez dans l’émouvant cimetière juif, le crématorium et le columbarium.
Excursion en bus d'une journée avec un guide au camp de concentration de Terezin au départ de Prague
Visitez le camp de la forteresse principale où des milliers de juifs étaient détenus pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale
Explorez le musée et découvrez les anciennes casernes, les cellules et les bureaux SS
Visitez l’émouvant cimetière juif, le crématorium et le columbarium
Apprenez comment les nazis ont présenté Terezin à la Croix-Rouge de la Seconde Guerre mondiale comme étant une communauté prospère
L'excurtion c'est tres bien passer, la perssone qui nous a fais la visite etait vraiment exeptionel. Terezin est impressionant!!
Par contre on nous vend une excurtion by train Vous apprendrez notamment que la ligne ferroviaire de votre train suit le même itinéraire que pendant la guerre, lors du transport des Juifs au camp. quand l'excurtion a etait realizer en bus ...
Really heartbreaking but excellent tour. Our guide Krystina was extremely knowledgeable and the tour was well laid out and paced. Cried multiple times. It is so difficult to really see these horrors but so glad these tours exist to help educate and inform the world. Highly recommend!!
This tour was eye opening. The tour guide was very good. It is tough to hear about what people went through at Terezin and to see the conditions they lived in. I'm glad I did this tour, I learned a lot.
This tour was pretty much a disappointment. Not the camp itself, which was moving and arresting and full of information, but the way the trip was handled. There were at least two incredibly tasteless “jokes” during the tour - one from a passenger who asked if the group photo was to identify us in case we died on the tour, and another from the guide about giving everyone numbers in the future to keep track of us. I asked, and the company/guide, Brian S., had no plan for how to handle such offenses, not even announcing behavioral expectations at the beginning of the tour. The group was far too large, ~30 people when it should have been at least half. The info Brian provided was mostly relevant and interesting but not always well-conveyed (i.e., his explanation of how WWI started) and he sometimes seemed to have trouble showing us around (i.e., at the start of the museum portion of the tour). I’d definitely recommend visiting this site, but not with this tour company or guide.
I really enjoyed this tour. The guide Brian was extremely knowledgeable. Additionally, he made sure that everyone is accounted for and even provided water. The ride was comfortable. A lot of information was presented and this is probably the highlight of my CZ trip. I would definitely recommend this tour.
Brian Stewart was a wonderful guide. He is extremely knowledgeable about the history of Terezin, particularly during the period of the twentieth century. The anecdotes he told about the inmates of the ghetto during the Nazi regime made the visit extremely moving.
Wear good shoes during this tour there is a lot of walking! And bring lunch or a snack.
This was an excellent tour, covered the key historical features of fortress and subsequent use by the Nazis during World War 2 as a concentration camp for Jews. In this regard, men, women and children were held here until transported to camps in the east. Many died here as well. The camp also served as propaganda for the Nazis who used parts of it to show the world that Jews were treated well by them. The forced incarceration of children here can be easily compared to current American practices where refugee children are separated from family and housed in cages. This camp should be visited by any concerned with human rights as a reminder these issues are still with us. The guide was very knowledgeable, the pace was brisk but manageable, the bus trip comfortable.
Brilliant trip. Very moving at times but well worth the visit. Our guide, Terry, was very knowledgeable and enthusiatic which added greatly to the experience. While we often wander off and do things on our own, we were happy to keep with her and listen to the stories and details she provided. Well worth signing up for if you are visiting the area.