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- English speaking driver
- Entrance tickets to monuments and museums
- Map of Czech Republic
- Tour according to the itinerary
- Traditional Czech Lunch
- Transfers during the tour
- VAT - Local tax
- Personal expenses
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- Day Trip to Terezín
Go Back in Time to Understand Today
- Your small group tour to Terezín will start with a pick-up from your hotel in Prague. On your way north of Prague to Terezín you will have the opportunity to see the beautiful countryside of the Czech Republic.
- Once you reach Terezín, you will enter the fortress with a special guide from the fortress, who is specially trained to guide through the grounds.
- Then entrance ticket also includes the Small Fortress, Ghetto Museum and Magdeburg Barracks where you can learn more about the lives of the soldiers who once lived there.
- After this moving tour back in history your driver will take you and your small group for lunch at a traditional Czech restaurant so that you can enjoy some of the best Czech dishes you've ever had.
- Then you will drive to Nelahozeves Castle, an incredible Bohemian example of a Renaissance castle, where you can admire the amazing architecture and grandeur of the castle grounds
- Upon leaving Nelahozeves, your driver will transport you back to your hotel in Prague
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Terezín is perhaps best known today as the only known concentration camp operated by the Nazis during World War II within the borders of the Czech Republic (or Czechoslovakia as it was known then). But the history dates back to the 18th century when the Habsburg Emperor Joseph II commissioned its construction as a fortress and was used as such for a century. In later years it became a prison. One of its most famous captives was Gavrilo Princip, Franz Ferdinand’s assassin, whose death is said to be the catalyst to World War I. During WWII, the fortress was used as a concentration camp for 32,000 Jewish prisoners. It is most famous for the sign which was painted over the entrance to the gate, “Work makes one free”