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Terezin was founded at the end of the 18th century by Emperor Joseph II, originally as an ingenious system of the military fortresses for the protection of the Bohemian Kingdom. During World War II, in 1940, the Gestapo took control of Terezin, and the town was turned into a Jewish ghetto. The Nazis tried to make the concentration camp look like a model Jewish settlement, but in reality it was a concentration camp. The Gestapo turned the fortress just outside the town into a prison for political prisoners and the town of Terezin that before the war inhabited 7000 people was turned into a jewish ghetto of 60.000. Guide service and entrance fees included.

Tour Information

Transport, guide service and entrance fees

Meeting Point
Free pick up at the hotel or fixed meeting point at Venceslas Square 27

End point
At the centre

10:20, daily

Min persons

If you show up late to the meeting point, the tour will continue without you. You cannot get a refund for the tour if you show up late.

Tour Type: Sightseeing
Included: guided service, entrancefee

Tour Information For Period From 04.01.2011 till 04.01.2012
Additional note:
Tour Animation:
On Foot, Bus
Tour Languages:
sp, ru, fr, it, en
  Deprature Times Tour Duration Tour start location Tour end location Free Pickup at hotel
daily 10:20 5.0 Hours yes

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