The town of Terezín became the site of the largest Czech concentration camp of World War II. Today, this town is a monument to the tragic fate of…
Visit a town that served as a concentration camp during World War II and listen to the devastating events that took place here.
Learn about daily life in Prague under Nazi rule on a 2-hour walking tour. Hear astonishing facts about the assassination of Reinhard Heydrich, view…
The route for this tour follows the train lines used to move prisoners from Prague to the Nazi concentration camp at Terezín. Your knowledgeable…
Travel back in time to World War II and the post-war Communist era on a 2-hour tour of Prague. Hear stories from the days of the Cold War. Recall the…
Unimaginable suffering, unspeakable courage, crushed dreams and glimmers of hope: Prague tossed and turned in the 20th century’s storms whipped up by…
During this 3 hours tour you will take a journey through the darkest chapter of the Czech history. Visit with your guide the only still preserved…
This tour brings you to the place where you learn about a tragic chapter of European history. The Terezin memorial is a unique place full of…
Attractions in Prague
- 1Prague Castle
- 2Old Town, Prague
- 3Charles Bridge
- 4Old Town Square
- 5Vltava River
- 6St. Vitus Cathedral
- 8Prague Lesser Town
- 9Dancing House
- 10Wenceslas Square
- 11St. George's Basilica
- 12Golden Lane, Prague
- 14Kampa Island
- 15Petrin Hill
- 16Prague National Museum
- 18Powder Tower
- 19Spanish Synagogue
- 20Old Jewish Cemetery
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What People Are Saying About Prague
Extremely knowledgeable guide - Really enjoyed the tour of the underground bunkers around since the 14th century
So convenient for us to be picked up from our hotel, the guide knew his stuff and the driver was the best driver we had on all our tours in Prague. Highly recommend this tour, all booked on line with no hassles.
This was a very difficult, but in our opinion, essential visit to be made. Petr, our guide at the camp, was excellent. Very warm, friendly and informative. The guide who took us to the site and back to the centre of Prague, however, was an entirely different matter but this is not the place to detail this. We shall be privately contacting the company who booked him to discuss this. All in all, an absolute must go trip.The subject matter was, of course, harrowing and the tears flowed but we would have felt our trip was incomplete if we had not paid our respects to the thousands of innocents who died here in such an atrocious way. Goosebumps throughout. All in all, an absolute must go trip.