From Warsaw: Treblinka Private Tour6 Reviews
Your guide will pick you up at your hotel and take you on the 6-hour trip to Treblinka, a hidden place in the Polish countryside that was chosen by Nazis to organize a death camp during WWII.
- Learn the tragic history of Polish Jews during WWII
- Visit the museum’s exhibition about the former death camp
- See the memorial and symbolic graveyard of the victims
DescriptionDuring WWII, Nazis built Treblinka, a Polish extermination camps that saw the death of 254,000 Jews from Warsaw and 112,000 from other parts of the region between the 23rd of July and the 21st of August 1942. The total number of people murdered in Treblinka is estimated at 870,000. After an uprising organized by the prisoners, the Nazis forced the prisoners to destroy the camp and all evidence of their activity. After the war, a memorial of granite stones was built on the site of the camp. On this tour you will visit the spot where the gas chambers used to be located. Visit the museum, which houses a small model of the camp and original objects found within the area. The guide will give you lots of information about how the camp functioned, about the Nazi commanders and the few survivors. Don’t miss the chance to visit such an important place when you are in Warsaw.
IncludesPickup from your hotel and transport to Treblinka Guided tour in English/French/Spanish/Italian Entrance tickets to the museum Transport back to Warsaw No food included
Easy cancellationCancel up to 24 hours in advance to receive a full refund
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