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Parkhotel Terezín is located near the historical centre of Terezin, not far from the Small Fortress Holocaust Memorial. It offers a breakfast, free parking and free Wi-Fi access. Staff went out of their way to he helpful despite the language differences. But fortunately I speak some Czech
Situated in Litoměřice, Apartmány Mary offers accommodation with a kitchen. Complimentary WiFi is offered. A dishwasher and oven are also featured, as well as a kettle. Beautiful apartment, great location (and quiet), clean, spacious, very well designed and quality fixtures. No complaints in the least.
Pension Prislin is set in a historic building 800 metres from the centre of Litoměřice. It offers self-catering apartments with a balcony, antique furnishings and free Wi-Fi. Location, parking in a courtyard. The host’s flexibility. Newly refurbished thoughout with antique furniture.
U svaté Ludmily is situated in Litoměřice. The property features garden views. The owner of property was very kind. She bring us the keys directly in front of property. Everything was clean, new and comffortable. Kitchen and bathroom were in perfect conditions - clean, spacious. One of the best property I have ever been.
U Zlaté hvězdy II is set in Litoměřice and offers a restaurant. The property features city views. A very nice and modern apartment in an ancient building. Directly located at the old market everything you need is not far away. The rooms are new furnished and the kitchen and TV is big.
A must-see, powerful experience to tour the prison and ghetto. The ghetto museum is beautifully done and you can get the basics or immerse yourself in its detailed displays. The synagogue is also well worth visiting, as well as the preserved ghetto accommodations atop it.
Terezin is a place with a history. For some this might be depressive and could be negative to visit this town. Tourist attractions are the Small Fortress(Old fortress and Nazi camp in one), Ghetto Museum, the town itself. In the town are not many places to have a meal, 1 or 2. Town needs to have a makeover, streets are very bad.
A 3 day visit was ideal for our purposes of historical exploration. It's possible to visit all sites on foot. As well as endeavouring to understand the obvious 20th century local history, I was delighted to visit a recently opened museum illustrating local history since the 18th century when Terezin was first fortified and on through Napoleonic years. A couple of restaurants and a bar offer a good meal and a drink at amazing value. Day visitors tend to come in from Prague and Terezin is very quiet in the evening but that was not a problem for us as we weren't expecting anything else.