Terezín Concentration Camp
About an hour drive from Prague is Terezín, originally built as a Baroque fortress during the period of the Habsburg monarchy to protect the border with Prussia. However during World War II the town witnessed the most terrible moments of many European Jews who went through this concentration camp. Terezín became a model “Jewish town” used for propaganda purposes, as well as a concentration camp with a surprisingly vibrant cultural life. During our private tour we will talk more about all the aspects of history of Terezín.
entrance fee to Small Fortress, Ghetto Museum, Magdeburg Barracks
comfortable private car with experienced driver
pick up at your accommodation