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Terezín Concentration Camp Tour


A sleepy countryside town today, Terezín epitomizes one of history’s darkest chapters. 140,000 people were deported here by the Nazis when it served them as a GESTAPO prison, ghetto, and concentration camp during the Holocaust.

When: Every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday at 8:45 

Price: 1450CZK / person

Where: Na Prikope 23 at the Premiant City Tours Kiosk

Language: English, German, Spanish, Italian

What to expect

Originally a military fortress, Terezín, built in the 18th century by Emperor Joseph II, is inextricably linked to the history of World War II. The more famous Great Fortress - the city of Terezín, served as a concentration camp for Jews from all over Europe and was misused for Nazi propaganda purposes during the visit of the Red Cross organization in 1944. The lesser known, the Little Fortress, was a cruel prison of the Reich secret police (Gestapa). If you are interested in the history of World War II and the Holocaust, come with us to visit the Small Fortress of Terezín and the museums located in the Great Fortress.

What’s included

  • Round-trip public transport
  • Admission to The Ghetto Museum and Magdeburg Barracks
  • The Columbarium
  • Jewish Prayer Room
  • The Crematorium
  • Seat of the Council of Elders
  • Jewish dormitories

Tour info:

  • Duration: approximately 5 hrs from start to finish
  • Distance: 4-6 km of walking
  • Additional costs: lunch, souvenirs, tips, postcards/stamps
  • Food info: please bring your own lunch for the tour

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