Operation Anthropoid

Operation Anthropoid was a secret military operation during World War 2 to kill the 3th most important Nazi man – Reinhard Heydrich.

We’re going to follow in the tracks of this operation. by a comfortable car.
Your first stop will be the place where Heydrich was seriously wounded after an attack by 2 paratroopers – Kubiš and Gabčík – V Holešovičkách. You will also see the hospital grounds (outside) where Heydrich was hospitalized and later died – Bulovka .
You will then continue your drive outside of Prague to the village of Panenské Břežany where Heydrich and his family used to live. If there is a little time, we can visit the local museum that documents all this.
Our next stop will be the village of Lidice, which was completely burned in retaliation for Heydrich’s death. Here you will see the location and hear the incredible story of the village and its inhabitants.
Your last stop will be the Church of St. Cyril and Methodius in Prague, where the last battle of 7 brave paratroopers against the Nazi superiority was fought.

You will learn
– who Reinhard Heydrich was and why Hitler sent his best man to Bohemia
– how it all started – why Bohemia was one of the first to be occupied
– how Kubiš and Gabčík managed to get to England
– what the resistance movement was like in Bohemia
– what actually happened at the important moment at the corner when Heydrich’s car arrived
– what followed
– why Lidice was chosen to be totally razed to the ground
– what happened to its inhabitants and what we can see today in its place
– how the fight in the church and the crypt for the 7 paratroopers happened
– and much more

Duration: 4 hours


PRICES for the whole group

1-2 persons

340,- EUR

3-6 persons

380,- EUR

7+ persons

price upon request

Included in the price: pick up from the hotel and back, transport to all visited places and back to Prague with a private driver by a comfortable conditioned car Mercedes, the guide’s services throughout the whole time, bottle of water per person

Price does not include: admission fees