Recommended by Rick Steves
Recommended by Rick Steves

Terezin Memorial and Lidice village

From8,750 CZK
From8,750 CZK
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8 hours
Availability : Terezin: All year round, Lidice: Nov-Apr Tue-Sun, May-Oct daily
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In 1942, when Czech paratroopers stationed in Britain assassinated SS Obergruppenführer Reinhard Heydrich, the highest-ranking officer in the Czech lands, the Nazis focused their anger on village called Lidice. No one knows for sure why Hitler chose Lidice, but this town was rumored to have accommodated the assassins, and someone had to pay. The Gestapo leveled the town and murdered its men. Women and children were taken to concentration camps. In 1948 the Czech government built here a memorial of all victims of this revenge.

Terezin (Theresienstadt in German) was built as a fortress town by Josef II., a son of Maria Theresa, to protect the country from the North, from Prusian attacks in the second half of 18th century. The town itself (Big Fortress) was changed into a ghetto for the Jews during WW2 and the Small Fortress (part of the fortification system, used for the military in the past) in a Gestapo prison where political opponents of various nationalities were imprisoned. Terezín wasn’t used to exterminate the Jews, Gypsies and gays, it was meant as a transit camp by the occupying Nazi forces. Majority of the Jews were transported from Terezin to the death camps, mainly to Auschwitz and Treblinka where they died; but many others, both the Jews and political prisoners died in Terezin because of appalling living conditions and torturing of guards. Terezín will be always recalled as a tragic symbol of the sufferings of the tens of thousands of innocent people.
Walking on flat smooth surfaces, and little bit downhill.

Lidice Memorial Museum: adults 150 CZK, students 70 CZK.
Terezin Small Fortress and the Museum of Ghetto + Magdeburg Barracks: adults 310 CZK, students 240 CZK.

FULLY PRIVATE TRIP (price for private guide service and driver, entrance fees paid separately)
1 – 2 people + guide. Price per group
3 – 6 people + guide. Price per group
Bigger group
8 hours
All year round
8 750 CZK (380 EUR*) 
Guide 4 350 + driver/car 4 400 CZK

9 650 CZK (420 EUR*)
Guide 4 350 + driver/minivan 5 300 CZK

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  * EUR count is approximate and can alter depending on actual exchange rates