Private Tour of Terezin & Jewish Quarter of Prague
Start the day with a tour of Terezin, a visit which is essential to understanding the complicated history that unfolded here in 1941, when the region's thousand-year-old Jewish communities were deported through Terezin to death camps. Terezin was completely different psychologically and physically from any of the 632 other camps. Understand what happened to so many innocent people through actual artifacts, children's drawings, poetry, and other rare items which survived their owners to speak so eloquently for them.
Upon our return to Prague, discover the treasures of the ancient Jewish Quarter. View the interiors of our famous synagogues. Behold the region's most extensive collection of beautiful Judaica, including silver, glass, textiles, manuscripts, and other rare, precious objects. Take a walk through the Old Jewish Cemetery and see the Burial Brotherhood Building. This tour also shows you a poignant exhibition of children's drawings created in the Terezin ghetto concentration camp.
Terezin Camp: You will visit the Gestapo prison, the Terezin Museum, the Crematorium (closed on Saturdays), the hidden synagogue, and the newly opened exhibition at Magdeburg Barracks.
Jewish Quarter: You will visit several famous synagogues: the 13th century Old-New Synagogue, the oldest synagogue north of the Alps; the Pinkas Synagogue, now a hallowed museum dedicated to the Czech victims of the Holocaust; the Klaus- en Synagogue, which contains a permanent collection of lore surrounding the Maharal; the Maisel synagogue with its extensive collection of Judaica; and the newly restored Spanish synagogue, built in the Moorish style. Also included is a visit to the Chevrah Kaddisha building and the Old Jewish Cemetery, with its densely packed layers of graves up to 12 levels deep.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 8 hours
Based on my experience I would honestly suggest we meet and begin this tour at 8:00 a.m.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
870 Czech Crowns - 540 Czech Crowns for Jewish Quarter Admissions (per person)
230 Czech Crowns for Terezin Camp Admissions (per person)
100 Czech Crowns as a gratuity payment to a local guide at the Gestapo Prison, per person.
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Luba was great! We learned so much and had a full day. I wouldn't say visiting Terezin was fun but it was an experience we are really glad we had - especially with her guidance and knowledge. Highly recommend this tour and Luba!