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On the initiative of the newly created Czechoslovak government, in 1947 the National Suffering Memorial was opened on the site of the suffering of tens of thousands; it was later on renamed the Terezin Memorial. The key mission of the Terezin...more
This was an excellent tour given by Pavel. We were a small group of people so we were able to ask lots of questions and get in-depth answers. He was on time to pick us up and very professional throughout the tour. I highly recommend...More
I went to Prague in July 2018 and took a Terezin tour with Pavel Batel. He was knowledgeable and passionate about Terezin, and this came through the moment we got in the van. He picked us up at our hotel in Old Town and we...More
A great day out and an important historic site. All the staff/tour guides are extremely friendly, knowledgeable and willing to take questions regarding the camp and the actions of the time period.
We visited the site as part of a package visit with a tour...More
This is quite a little side tour. It showed the rooms where 100 people were held that should have held 20. It also had isolation rooms that were quite dreadful. Take a tour or do your home work before coming. The information is profound.
We came to Terezin spontaneously (our other plans changed that morning) and when we arrived at 2pm there was no English tour available. The rather unhelpful and dismissive woman behind the counter, basically told us "you're on your own" and left us to our own...More
Pavel Batel is a fascinating man and his passion is stunning. Previously a body guard, and now an expert historian on Terzin, I would 100% recommend doing a tour with Pavel - I will never forget the way he told the stories imbued with detailed...More
The memorial side of Terezin is sensational. The tour guides are fabulous; all of them are able to speak multiple languages. You can explore the 29km of underground tunnels as well as walk around the punishment chambers, prisons, yards & guards complex. The ghetto side...More
Since the Terezin small group tour with Pavel Batel (highly recommended on Trip Advisor) was not available on the day that my wife and I wanted, I contacted Wittmann Tours and they could not have been more helpful. Communication was very fast and we ended...More
Just came back from Prague- This was a highlight of my trip- I did a lot of research prior to my trip on which company to use for a tour- Pavel Batel was excellent- a gentleman- very passionate about Terezin- very knowledgeable - Best Tour...More
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I emailed Pavel direct but it won’t allow me to share an email address here. I found the email address on his website. If you look this sentence up you should find the website. “Pavel Batel and his colleagues are dedicated... More
I emailed Pavel direct but it won’t allow me to share an email address here. I found the email address on his website. If you look this sentence up you should find the website. “Pavel Batel and his colleagues are dedicated historians specializing in the role of Terezin in the Holocaust and the Prague Jewish Quarter. “