First, you need to get to station Nadrazi Holesovice (on metro line C), here you must take a direct bus to Terezin . The bus leaves approximately every hour, takes one hour and cost 90 CZK (less than 4 Euros). The same goes when you want to get back from Terezin to Prague .
There are multiple buses( about 10) that leave from the main bus station Florenc, Prague . Buses also depart from stand 7 of the bus station beside Prague’s Holešovice train station. They leave you at the carpark at Terezín if you want to begin your sightseeing at the small fortress and prison museum.
Auschwitz is located 450 km from Prague so it’s pretty far from the capital of Czech Republic but it’s possible to vist the camp in one day trip . One way driving takes appprox 5 hours and sightseeing with local guide inside Auschwitz lasts 3 hours and 30 min.
TEREZIN was a concentration camp 30 miles north of Prague in the Czech Republic during the World War II. It was originally a holiday resort reserved for Czech nobility.
Every night a direct sleeper train links Prague with Krakow & Warsaw. There is one (or at peak periods, two) air-conditioned Czech sleeping-cars en route to or from Warsaw, numbered car 349 & at peak periods also car 347.
Theresienstadt, Czech Terezín, town in northern Bohemia (now in the Czech Republic), founded in 1780 and used from 1941 to 1945 by Nazi Germany as a walled ghetto, or concentration camp , and as a transit camp for western Jews en route to Auschwitz and other extermination camps .
After World War I, Bohemia (as the largest and most populous land) became the core of the newly formed country of Czechoslovakia , which combined Bohemia, Moravia, Czech Silesia, Upper Hungary (present-day Slovakia) and Carpathian Ruthenia into one state.
Located near the industrial town of Oświęcim in southern Poland (in a portion of the country that was annexed by Germany at the beginning of World War II), Auschwitz was actually three camps in one: a prison camp, an extermination camp, and a slave-labour camp.