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Take in a poignant piece of World War II history on this 5-hour tour of Terezin Concentration Camp from Prague. Led by an expert guide, learn the history behind one of the largest camps in the Czech Republic and preserve the stories of the lives lost. See the complex as well as the Terezin Memorial, the only institution of its kind in the country. Your tour will conclude with transportation back to Prague.

Highlights

  • Visit Terezin, one the largest concentration camps in the Czech Republic
  • Take a fully narrated tour with an expert guide
  • Explore the Terezin Memorial -- the only institution of its kind in the Czech Republic
  • Retrace the story of Jewish prisoners during Nazi rule in World War II

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What You Can Expect

Terezin Concentration Camp Day Tour from Prague

Terezin Concentration Camp

Initially founded in 1780 to shield the city of Prague, Terezin was converted into a Jewish ghetto during World War II, where thousands of lives were taken during the Nazi occupation.

Begin your tour in Prague, where you’ll hop aboard your coach for the journey to the camp. Once there, explore the grounds as your guide provides narration about the lives of the prisoners and the tragedies that took place.

Afterward, pay homage to the thousands of the camp’s victims at the Terezin Memorial. The only institution of its kind in the Czech Republic, you’ll have the chance to experience educational exhibits and further your understanding of the Holocaust during this eye-opening and unique tour.

Your tour will conclude with transportation back to your original departure point in Prague.

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Customer Reviews

Leanne S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

Our knowledgeable guide presented the story of Terezin in an open,sincere way. While not an extermination camp it was possible to better understand the horrors of the Nazi regime through the way the history of Terezin is told. Very sobering and authentic.

Eva C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

A very powerful experience. The tour was well organized and the guides well informed. It's quite full on non stop even for a coffee, although personally we didn't feel like eating or drinking at all. We found the museum with the children painting extremely moving.
If you go in winter make sure you wear warm clothes, it was freezing cold.

Karen M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2016

booked this trip before we left, meeting place was easy to find, bus was air conditioned which was great as it was cold, tour guide was excellent and gave a good explanation of the history of the Czech Republic on the way to the camp. the camp itself was well worth the trip and we had an English speaking guide who took us through the history of the town and camp, the conditions the people had to endure while there. would def rate this was one of the top tours to do while in Prague

Jackie D United States of ... 

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2016

Very pleased with this tour. It is very sad but I felt that I should visit while I had the opportunity. The tour guides did a job well done and I recommend to anyone who has a few days in Prague. We were back before 3pm so I still had the rest of the day to explore Prague during my stay.

N J RUBENSTEIN R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2016

BRILLIANT TRIP - WORTH EVERY PENNY VERY SAD BUT LEARNT SO MUCH

Sheila1510

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2016

Excellent. Our guide was knowledgable and informative. We had loads of time to look around and see the various parts of the camp. Very emotional but something everyone should do lest we forget. Canteen at small fort sold food and hot drinks. I can recommend the soup.

Judith G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2016

Excellent

Anthony C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

While a very sad experience, I will say this is something not to be missed while in Prague. I think you might pay a little less if you book when you are in Prague vs. doing it online through Viator. The booth/company they use is the yellow one in Namesti Republicky big square close to Old Town. We had a trilingual Czech, German, English guide who talked us through some history along the way. This is rather a long tour 6 hours and there really isn't much of a lunch break stop so you might want to bring a snack along with you. The bus seemed pretty secure for you to leave some belongings there while you are looking at the stops.

Bethany H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

Very convenient way to tour Prague. I went on my own because my husband was working and found the international group to be lovely. Our tour guide was also incredibly helpful and lovely.

Jane R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

I did this tour by myself as the rest of my family found it too disturbing to attend. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and very nice.
There were about 25 people on our tour so it made it very manageable. We toured all different sections of Terezin including the town of where the Jewish people were living.

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