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Our tours offers innovative and meticulously planned itineraries in Poland, held by first-rate licensed local tourist guides with Historical, Artistic and Literary University background, and great communicative skills and in your language.
Our privately guided tours are unequally comprehensive.
All tours are private and escorted by guide with private car.
You will be pick up from your hotel to this tour by the tour time at the end of the tour you will be returned to your hotel.
Please write your hotel name at the booking form at the “SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS” field.
Treblinka was designed as a Nazi extermination camp in occupied Poland during World War II. The camp, constructed as part of Operation Reinhard, operated between July 1942 and October 1943 during which time approximately 850,000 men, women and children were murdered, including more than 800,000 Jews.
From Warsaw, the route to Treblinka starts with the crossing of the river Vistula, then a turn onto Highway 18 northeast towards Bialystok, the only large town in the Bialystok province, which is the most remote northeast corner of Poland. It is in the Bialystok province that bison still roam, and one can see the last remaining primeval forest and wetlands on the European continent. This area could truly be called the “Wild East” of Poland.
Treblinka is near the Bug River which, during World War II, formed the border between the Nazi occupied General Government of Poland and the zone occupied by the Russians from September 1939 until the German invasion of Russia in June 1941.
For the first 20 to 25 years after World War II, the survivors of the Holocaust mostly kept silent about their horrendous experiences in the concentration camps. In those years, the only Nazi concentration camp names that were familiar to most Americans were Dachau, Buchenwald and Bergen-Belsen, the places that were shown in the newsreels in movie theaters following their liberation by American and British troops. Who could ever forget the sight of the naked, emaciated bodies being shoved into mass graves with a bulldozer at Bergen-Belsen? Or Margaret Bourke-White’s shocking photographs of the survivors of Buchenwald?
Back then, few people in America had ever heard of Treblinka, a camp hidden in the remote forests of northeastern Poland, along the western border of the Bialystok province. Most Americans believed, up until the mid 1970s, that the majority of the 6 million Jews, who were victims of the Holocaust, had died in the gas chambers at the Dachau camp near Munich, Germany. The only camp mentioned in the 1970s movie “Judgment at Nuremberg” was Dachau.
Note: This tour is for minimum 4 participates, If less participates payment will be for 4 participates
Guide in your language and private Car
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The price of this tour is for all participants (up to 4) but you can book it also for 1 or 2 or 3 participants only. In case of more than 4 participants the price of the tour will be 260 zloty for each person.
After complete your booking, you will get the Voucher for the tour to your email with all the details on tour, copy will be send also to your mobile.
You will be pick up from your hotel at the time of starting the tour.
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