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From Warsaw: Treblinka Camp 6-Hour Private Tour

1. From Warsaw: Treblinka Camp 6-Hour Private Tour

Treblinka was the second largest death camp in Europe after Birkenau. Today it serves as an important reminder of atrocities committed during World War II and the significance of humanity.  Your guided tour begins with a pickup from your hotel where you will then drive 1.5-hours from Warsaw to Treblinka. Once arriving in Treblinka your guide will take you around the grounds and explain the history of the camp.  You will see the symbolic railway ramp, the museum building which hosts an exhibition with a model of Treblinka I and II camps, personal items found around the camp, and a short film with testimonies from a few of the survivors.

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Warsaw: 5-Hour Guided Tour of Treblinka with Tickets

2. Warsaw: 5-Hour Guided Tour of Treblinka with Tickets

Learn more about the Treblinka concentration camps on this 5-hour guided tour from Warsaw with round-trip transportation. You’ll hear the history of the camps and how they fitted into the Nazi’s Regime plans during the Second World War. Your tour will begin when you're picked up from your accommodation in Warsaw and driven to Treblinka. You'll then visit both Treblinka I and II as well as a memorial devoted to all the prisoners who lived, worked, and died there. Treblinka II, right next to Auschwitz-Birkenau, was the second largest extermination camp in Europe. Your expert guide will escort you through the remains of the camp, explaining the living conditions of its former prisoners and enriching your knowledge of history.

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6 Hour Private Car Tour to Treblinka With Hotel Pickup

3. 6 Hour Private Car Tour to Treblinka With Hotel Pickup

Experience an informative tour of the Treblinka extermination camp. Jews from occupied Poland, France, Austria, Belgium, Germany, Greece, Yugoslavia, Slovakia, and the Soviet Union were transported daily to Treblinka and, upon arrival, exterminated in specially built gas chambers. In August 1943 an armed uprising broke out and only about 100 prisoners survived. After the uprising, the camp was completely demolished and abandoned by the Germans. After World War II, one of the most impressive memorial sites of the Holocaust was built on the site of the former extermination camp. Although nowadays there are no buildings or barracks there, the experience of being at this moving historical site is unforgettable. During this 6-hour tour to Treblinka you will see real places and hear authentic stories. You will find out how the plan of the Final Solution was put into action. You will visit the Museum of Fight and Martyrdom in Treblinka and see the exhibition devoted to the extermination camp. You will explore the area around the former camp and the memorials with a licensed English or German speaking guide. You will walk through the symbolic entrance gate and along the road leading to the camp. You will stop at a breathtaking memorial and you will hear about the history of Janusz Korczak and children from his orphanage.

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Treblinka: Half Day Tour from Warsaw by Private Car

4. Treblinka: Half Day Tour from Warsaw by Private Car

A private driver will pick you up from your accommodations in Warsaw in a Mercedes vehicle, comfortable for 1 up to 6 passengers. They will then take you to Treblinka for a half-day tour. During this 3-hour tour, the local English-speaking guide will introduce you to the atmosphere of this dramatic place. The Treblinka extermination camp was created on the order of Reichsführer SS Heinrich Himmler in 1942. However, from 1940 there was a penal camp for the Polish population (‘Treblinka I’) in the northern part of the Warsaw District, which in 1941 was transformed into a labor camp. In the vicinity of ‘Treblinka I’, the death camp called ‘Treblinka II’ was established to perform mass extermination of Jewish men, women, and children. The camp in Treblinka was second after the Auschwitz-Birkenau in terms of the number of victims killed in stationary gas chambers using flue gases and during mass executions. Among the victims, are Jews, Poles, and many other nationalities. The Germans directed transports from ghettos in occupied Poland to the camp, including the Warsaw Ghetto. Currently, in the area of the camp, the Museum of Struggle and Martyrdom was built. While visiting the camp in Treblinka, you can visit the exhibition dedicated to the extermination camp. A monument built in 1964 commemorates Treblinka and its victims. After sightseeing and lunch, the driver will take you back to Warsaw and drop you off at your chosen location.

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What people are saying about Treblinka I

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The guide was not only well-prepared, very kind, advising me many things to see and curiosities. Treblinka is also a very suggestive place that in my opinion must be seen