100 km north-east from Warsaw, in remote surrounding, there is the place which was the last station for over 800 thousand Jews who were killed there by Nazis. That extermination camp was created mainly for final liquidation of ghetto in Warsaw. It operated over one year and finally was destroyed by Nazis to hide any trace of that crime. Now symbolic cemetary with 7 thousand stones marking the towns, townlets and shtetles from which Jews were brought here, reminds the victims who do not have even the graves. In the centre the monument with the inscription "Never again" calls for remembrance and is always actual warning.
The exhibition shows model of the camp, documents and few survivors testimony, registered and published.
We leave Warsaw to drive about 100 kms north-east to see in remote surrounding the place which was extermination camp for over 800 thousand Jews, from 18 countries, but mainly for Warsaw ghetto. There you will see the vast place marked with 17 thousand stones bearing the names of towns and townlets, once inhabited by victims.
We shall visit the exhibition showing model of the camp, documents proving the crimes committed there and listen to registered testimony of those few who survived.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: At your hotel or any other agreed location.
End location: At your hotel or any other agreed location.
Duration: 5 hours
You will be taken there by my car, Nissan Qashqai, produced in 2016, air-conditioned, comfortable for 4 persons crossover.
Driving to Treblinka, guiding there, explanation of the history of the place, driving back to Warsaw.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
6 PLN - zloty - PLN - zloty - Polish currency, equivalent of 2 $.
Entrance tickets, some brochures available in the kiosk, lunch on the way, since there is no possibility of eating at the museum.
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The guide Renate was excellent. She was informative interesting and knowledgeable. The whole trip went like clockwork. I had wanted to find a particular stone at the Treblinka memorial and did prep to take me straight to it. We were not rushed and were able to take our time. First class. Renata was also able to offer advice on where to get help with my research which shows how clued up and knowledgeable she is. Thank you