• Location: Prague, Czech Republic
  • Duration: 6 hours (approx.)
From USD $37.63

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Reviewed by: Linda D, February 2017

Well organised and ran to time. Enough time given to each part of the tour with time to explore where appropriate on your own. All guides very knowledgeable without being over bearing. We visited on a bitterly cold day with two feet of snow on the ground and every consideration was given to our comfort. Our guide Sarah was lovely and friendly and took time to find out what we were all expecting from the excursion, we were a mixed bunch from all over the world but she managed that very well. Would definitely recommend this trip

Reviewed by: Beverly F, February 2017

Knowledgeable guide. A very moving experience.

Reviewed by: julierichard, January 2017

A very good trip. Well organised with an excellent guide. An emotional and interesting day. If visiting Prague this is a must do.

Reviewed by: Konrad S, January 2017

It is something not to miss! Definately a must visit while in Prague. It gives you a sad feeling but it is history and we cannot ignore or forget. This place makes you realise how bad human beings can be to treat other humans in that way! I had only seen such places on movies but visiting the real thing leaves a mark.

Reviewed by: Leanne S, 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.

Reviewed by: Eva C, 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.

Reviewed by: Karen M, 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