It is a strong experience and it's the history of my country, so every Czech should visit this place. Examination with guide is so good.
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i believe every one should visit at least one concentration camp in their lifetime. i went to see terezin memorial. i always hear about the holocaust on tv, in books, in documentaries but it didn't dawn on me how real it was until i joined...More
Booked a shared tour to terezin with Pavel batel. Unfortunately he was unwell but sent the wonderful Michaela in his place. Ended up being a very small tour (just 3 people) which was a bonus as we felt the attention to detail and cold spend...More
I must say I had never been on a Concentration camp before. The feeling of the horrors of history are there. You'll learn everything you need to learn on this very small town. If you are interested in this kind of history. Come visit it.
I last visited this grim Gestapo prison some 30 years ago. Then I was the sole visitor and the gloomy winter day added to the oppressive atmosphere. Now this is very much a 'tourist attraction' and one could be put off by throngs, chatting, pick...More
Was such an eye-opening experience. The town itself looks spookily unchanged and the buildings and roads are in a very bad state of disrepair, but that's exactly what you want when you go here. Step outside of the "main attractions" and wander around the back...More
We took the day tour from Prague on tour bus with helpful guide. Comfortable ride. Would not have wanted to miss our only visit to a concentration camp and crematorium, but still difficult to fathom the horrors inflicted on so many people and type of...More
I think enough has been said here about Pavel. I cannot add much more to what has already been said about his Terezin tour. The only thing I would say is I came to Prague as an add on to a Danube river cruise. The...More
We had the most interesting and informative trip with Pavel Batel. He picked us up from our accommodation and along with another couple and 2 young lads we had a day never to be forgotten. He is so passionate about the subject and answered any...More
This trip is easy to do on one's own. Get the bus from Holevice station, Prague. Buy the ticket on the bus and off you go. Fifty minutes later you are in Terezin. The ghetto emptied out quickly after the war ended, and the Czech...More