Private Tour to Terezín Concentration Camp from Prague
Description of the Private Tour to Terezín Concentration Camp from Prague
Prague is a city that has a long and complicated history. One of the most interesting parts of Prague’s history is the Terezín concentration camp. The tour will take you to Terezín, one of the largest concentration camps in Europe during World War II, where you will see the ruins of the buildings, witness how people lived there and learn about its tragic history.
The tour lasts approximately 6 hours and includes a luxury car with private driver and local guide who will explain the visit to the most emblematic places such as: the Jewish Cemetery, the Memorial Hall for the Victims of Fascism and Nazism and the Terezín Museum.
The Terezín concentration camp was established by Nazi Germany in September 1941 as part of their plan to create a “model” German town in Bohemia (now Czech Republic) called New Town Tere.
Highlights of the Terezín Concentration Camp private tour from Prague
The tour will start with your luxury vehicle picking you up at a point of your choice, either your hotel or somewhere in the city of Prague.
Terezín is a small town in the Czech Republic with a concentration camp that was used by the Nazis during World War II. The tour includes six hours of sightseeing, including the Jewish Cemetery and the Memorial to the Victims of Fascism.
The Terezín Concentration Camp was established in 1941. It was one of the first Nazi camps and served as a model for other camps that were later established in occupied Europe. An estimated 100,000 people died in Terezín, mostly Jews, but also Roma, Sinti and political prisoners.
The Jewish cemetery in Terezín is the only one of its kind in Europe. It was established by the Nazis in 1938 and remained in operation until the liberation of Terezin in 1945.
The Jewish cemetery is now a memorial site for all victims of Nazi persecution, including those who died during the Holocaust.
Memorial Hall for the Victims of Fascism and Nazism
The Memorial Hall for Victims of Fascism and Nazism in Terezín is an important part of Jewish history. It was built by Czechoslovakian Jews during the 1940s, who were forced to leave Czechoslovakia for Nazi-controlled territory.
The memorial hall consists of three parts: a central hall with a stained-glass window, displaying images and names; two wings, one on each side; and an outdoor courtyard with memorials.
The Terezín Museum is a museum in the Czech Republic that was established in 1994. It was established to commemorate the victims of the Nazi concentration camp, Terezín. The museum has been visited by more than five million people since its opening.
Together with your expert guide, you can learn more about the history of this unique place and gain a better understanding of what happened during World War II and how it affected those who lived there.
This private tour will take you to some of the most important points of interest from your own vehicle with an expert local guide who will give you insight into this dark chapter of history.
Finally, your private vehicle and driver will take you back to your pick-up point in Prague.
If you would like to learn more about the history of this beautiful city in the Czech Republic, we recommend that you book another private tour in Prague.
English, Spanish, French, Czech , other language on request
Pick up point
Hotel, airport or place of choice in Prague
This Private Tour includes:
- Private Official Tour Guide for your tour
- Private Vehicle with private chauffeur for 6 hours
- Pick up and drop off in hotel or place of choice in Prague
- Guardian Angel Service: 24/7 phone line
- Complete personalized experience
- Public liability insurance
This Private Tour excludes:
- Entrance fees
- Food and drinks
- No Refund, Modification or Cancellation in any case on any type of tickets or entrance fees.
- Modification of tour/service dates and starting times are subject to availability.
- 48 hours prior to first service date: Free Cancellation on guide and private vehicle with chauffeur. Any type of entrance tickets have no refund.
- Less than 48 hours prior to first service date: No Refund. Payment of 100%.