Terezín - Jewish Ghetto from the World War II
"A grave among graves, who can tell it apart,
Time has long swept away the dead faces.
Testimonies, so evil and terrible to the heart,
We took with us to these dark rotting places
Only the night and the howl of the wind
Will sit on the graves´corners, only a patch of grass,
a bitter weed before May bears some flowers."
Jaroslav Seifert (Czech poet - holder of Nobel prize)
About the trip
Accept our invitation and come with us on an excursion to the place where Nazi occupation during the Second World War induced the most tragic chapter in the history of not only one town, but also the catastrophic fate of many thousands of innocent victims. Our guide will show you around the entire complex of the former nazi concentration camp with narration including authentic personal memories, chilling experiences and episodes from Terezin’s grim history.
Closed: 24.12.2008 - 26.12.2008, 01.01.2009
20 meters left from the Astronomical Clock on the Old Town Square, your guide will hold up a beige umbrella with the name Prague Walks on it.
You can book your walk via our web-form or just turn up 5 minutes beforehand. Tickets for walks are available from your guide or in your hotel.