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WWII Prague

Explore this enduring UNESCO World Heritage city with its grand & dark history

Sample itinerary

Day Morning Afternoon Evening
1 Travel to the UNESCO World Heritage City of Prague which dates back to 885AD Take a walking tour of the Jewish Quarter. Discover what was the largest Jewish ghetto in Europe with its early settlements right through to the Nazi occupation in the 20th Century Check in to your accommodation & enjoy an evening meal followed by lasertag
2 Travel to the Terezin Concentration Camp & Memorial for a full day's excursion. Originally built in the late 17th Century as a fortress under the orders of the Austrian Emperor Joseph II, it was turned into a prison to house military & political prisoners in the 20th Century You will be taken back to the 1940s where you'll get an understanding of what life was like for prisoners. Terezin prisoners were transported by train to extermination camps like Auschwitz where their fate was sealed After your evening meal head to the bowling alley
3 Visit the epic Prague Castle, which according to the Guinness Book of World Records is the largest coherent castle complex in the world. Be sure to see the Cathedral of St. Vitus, the Powder Tower & the ceremonial Changing of the Guard while you are there Visit the Lidice Memorial. Lidice was a small village located in Central Bohemia which was completely destroyed in June 1942 as revenge by the Nazi regime of the assassination of Reinhard Heydrich. The educational programme available at the Lidice Memorial chronicles the tragic events in Lidice Return to Prague for your evening meal
4 Take our walking quiz tour of the city before you depart for home