Private Transfer From Prague To Berlin – additional options
Terezin Concentration Camp
During our private transfer from Prague to Berlin we can stop at Terezin fortress which served as a Gestapo prison and a ghetto for Jews during World War II. It was set up in 1940 and over the course of 4 years, close to 200 000 people passed through the camp. More than a half never returned. Today the Terezin fortress complex serves partially as a memorial and partially as a town where people live.
Another option where we can stop on our private transfer from Prague to Berlin is Bastei. Bastei is a part of the Czech-Saxon Switzerland national park and it offers gorgeous views on the river Elbe. The name of the national park comes from two painters who studied at the academy in Dresden and painted the surrounding countryside. The landscape reminded them of Switzerland, hence the origin of the name.