Terezín

Terezín is the magnificent Austrian fortress built in 18th century, which is still hiding the terrible past. If you are interested in the World War II and the Holocaust history, we invite you to come with us to the Terezin fortress.

Duration: 5 hours
Conducted – every day
Adult
50
Students
44
Child
20
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Why choosing to travel with us?
Licensed
tour guides
You can set up you
route individually
Comfortable buses
Free of charge transfer
from/to the airport
We work
without intermediaries
Magnets, tour guides
and maps as a gift
24/7
support

Meeting point

  • Meet your guide at 12:45 on the Wenceslas Square (Václavské náměstí 58, Dům Mody)
  • Or enjoy free pick up at your hotel
  • Departure is at 13:00
  • Before paying online for a tour, please check reservation availability by e-mailing us at eurotourgroup@gmail.com

Terezín is the magnificent Austrian fortress built in 18th century, which is still hiding the terrible past. If you are interested in the World War II and the Holocaust history, we invite you to come with us to the Terezin fortress.

What you will see

Our guide will tell you stories of people, who lived in the camp during the World War II. Terezín was founded in the late 18th century by the Emperor Joseph II. The enormous building, which covers a total of 398 hectares, could accommodate the army of 60,000 soldiers and enough food to survive for 3.5 months. But military glory was not the only reason why the town was known all over the world. It had housed the first concentration camp the world has ever seen.

The former fortress was turned to a refugee center for Czech people fleeing Adolf Hitler's annexation of Sudetenland. While the rest of the country was falling into Nazi paws, the center became a Gestapo prison, a Jewish ghetto, and then the deportation camp sending trains directly to Auschwitz. Terezín history is a intertwining of life and death: the Holocaust tragedy contrasted with prisoners' secret celebrations of diverse origin, their political views and beliefs. 

The price includes

  • Pick up/drop off at your hotel
  • Our highly professional guide, who will accompany you throughout the tour
  • Bus service
  • Admittance tickets

   Further information:

  • Children under 3 can join us free of charge; children under 11 get a discoun
  • Your tour ends in the center of Prague

In your free time

You can travel across the Central Europe with us, if you are eager to! You can see not only the Czech Republic, but also Germany, Austria, and many other interesting locations!


Starting time: 12:45
Meeting point: Václavské náměstí 58
Duration: 5 hours
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