Terezín Memorial

6 hours
Terezín Memorial

Visit the Small Fortress and the Jewish concentration camp Terezín.

Visit the Terezin concentration camp: Small Fortress and the Jewish Ghetto. Your guide and driver will pick you up at the hotel  and they will bring you back after the tour. In Terezin you will go through the places where the tragic chapter of European history was written. During the visit to the Terezín Memorial:

- you will see a short film about the history of the camp
- visit the Great Fortress Complex, the Jewish Ghetto Museum and the National Cemetery
- in the Small Fortress you will see the longevity, the quarters, the bathroom, the apelplatz or the execution place

Your guide and local guide on the spot will tell you about the history of Terezin. The Terezin Military Fortress was built during the reign of Emperor Joseph II at the end of the 18th century and was a protective fortress against Prussia. In 1940, the fort was transformed into a state prison that belonged to the Gestapo. In the autumn of 1941, the Jewish ghetto and concentration camp were set up in Terezin. More than 90,000 prisoners have suffered, many of them (about 35,000) lost their lives here. Prisoners were deported to European extermination camps mostly in the east. At the end of the war, only 3,800 people left the fort.

Tickets are not included.

1-2 persons:
3-6 persons:
7-8 persons:

the price includes transports and guide