Prague: Terezin, A Tragic Chapter in History Full Day Tour
- 6 Hours
- 6 Hours
- On request
Take an excursion to the place where the Nazi occupation during the Second World War resulted in a tragic chapter in the history of a town, and the catastrophic fate of many innocent victims. As Hitler transported tens of thousands of communal objects to Prague, their owners were rounded up and shipped first to a city built northwest of Prague in 1780 by Joseph II. Ironically, this city served as a fortress to protect Prague from invaders to the north. Joseph II named this village after his mother, Maria Teresia, calling it Terezin. You will be taken on a walking tour of the entire complex of the former Nazi ghetto and concentration camp. Entering through the famous arch, marked with the slogan, "Work Makes One Free", you will then be transported back in time with authentic personal memories, chilling experiences and other episode's from the fortresses grim history.
Duration: 6 Hours
Departs: 12:45 p.m. - Returns: 6:45 p.m.