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Treblinka Nazi Camps Tour


Treblinka Nazi Camps Tour
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The Extermination Camp and Penal Labour camp are the Nazi camps nearest to Warsaw (only an hours’ drive away). On the way will make a short stop by the river Bug to enjoy the beautiful Mazovian landscapes and get some fresh air.
ul. Przemyska 11A, Warsaw 02-361, Poland
+48 22 299 03 74
Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed July 5, 2015

Treblinka was the most 'efficient' of the extermination camps in Poland, killing more than 800,000 Jewish people in a year, before an uprising forced its closure and destruction by the retreating Germans. It is just 90 minutes from Warsaw, at the end of a side...More

15  Thank NBLondon
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Reviewed October 8, 2014

I made some search on internet. When I am going to Warsaw, I also planned to going to Treblinka Nazi Camp. I spent approximately two hours on the road by car. When I am getting to gate of ruin, they sad only accept Zloti not...More

9  Thank Amber E
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Reviewed September 2, 2018

This is not like Auschwitz, where there are physical remnants of the camp. There is a small museum, that is free and quite informative. It is the name and the memory that pervades this place. This is a little out of the way, but certainly...More

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Reviewed May 9, 2018

This place is a heart breaking memorial to the Holocaust. I would recommend having a good teaching guide with you to explain the significance of the numbers , the rocks, the pits etc. As sad as it is, I am glad it is preserved, as...More

2  Thank Gringrinb
Reviewed March 21, 2018

Many people die at this place, today was destroyed and videos will make you to see how sad was for so many families.

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Reviewed February 24, 2018

Chilling to visit a place where so much bad and unnecessary deaths happened, everyone who has an ounce of humanity in their heart should visit this place

2  Thank 961rickyc
Reviewed February 13, 2018

I took two private tours with this company and was totally amazed with the knowledge of my guide. I am sorry but I can't remember his name. One tour was of the Warsaw Jewish Monuments, and the other was to Treblinka Concentration Camp. The service...More

2  Thank sharkhunter1973
Reviewed October 27, 2017

Amazing how efficient this camp was in executing the order of murdering Jews during WW2. The quantity of Jews burnt to death in this camp, in the "Short" period of its existence is amazing. It is much more efficient than the horrible of all -...More

2  Thank Eitan K
Reviewed October 27, 2016

As with all the Nazi Extermination Camps there are no words that can describe this place. The Nazi's destroyed this place so there is really are no buildings to view. We were there for 4 full hours and there is a lot of walking outside.There...More

7  Thank George H
Reviewed September 30, 2016 via mobile

Having visited Auschwitz we visited independently arranged our visit through 'VIP travel of Warsaw'. Miles from anywhere Treblinka has a small museum onsite with plans and maps of both Treblinka former sites (Concentration Camp & Extermination Camp) our driver took us to all parts of...More

10  Thank welltravelledus
Reviewed June 8, 2016

I have no words to describe the brutal premeditated cruel sadistic atrocities that occurred here. The Nazis destroyed the entire place- to erase the memory of their crimes against the Jewish people. All that's here now is symbolic train tracks, symbolic monuments, markers of the...More

5  Thank Buc_Haish
Reviewed November 22, 2015

You walk through a forest to finally reach a memorial area where very where you look there are stones marking Towns that had their Jewish population exterminated.It is a very somber ,moving place The Nazis totally destroyed the actual camp that was originally there..It would...More

3  Thank shopperholicfromaus
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March 22, 2018|
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Response from Eitan K | Reviewed this property |
Yes. It is suitable for disabled people. Bon voyage.
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February 19, 2017|
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Response from Piotr_AB_Poland | Property representative |
Dear guest, Thank you for your interest in our tour. The cost of the tour depends on the number of people joining the tour. E.g. if you are travelling alone and there are no other participants, the tour will cost 195EUR... More
August 8, 2016|
Response from Piotr_AB_Poland | Property representative |
Hi, we do not have other participants for tomorrow. Can you go on other day?