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Gotofly2
Minneapolis, MN641 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2013 • Family
The Treblinka Museum is located about 110 km away from Waersaw. You have to go in a tour or rent a car and drive. There is no public transportation available.
The camp is divided into three division, first one is Extermination camp, then labor camp and then execution camp.
Your heart feels with sorrow to hear and see that more than 800000 people were killed here and they were not even soldiers or waging war, they were innocent people most of them Jews.
There are not to many buildings or ruins left as Germans try to liquidate the camps after they start loosing war.
The best way to go is rent a car for a day for about $ 60 per day and drive there and once there you can also drive from camp one to camp 2 and 3 which is about 3 km away.
But if you go, be prepared to hear some sad stories.
Written June 20, 2013
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Amber E
Riga, Latvia34 contributions
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Oct 2014 • Friends
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 Euro not Credit Card etc. An helpful woman helped us and exchanged our Euro to Zloti. Then we can get it entrance ticket. There was photos of camp on ticket and I am very hopeful about camp. When we start to walk I realized to I was walking into to jungle. There is only memorial statue and other parts was in the forest and signation plates. So there is no camp buildings only you can find ruin of camp. Have to consider about during your planning of trip.
Written October 8, 2014
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William Francis
Orlando, FL52 contributions
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Mar 2013 • Solo
In March 2012 I took a tour of the infamous Treblinka Death Camp about a two hour drive from Warsaw, Poland. Since it was March, the weather was cold (30 degrees F and -1 degree C) with snow flurries in the air. The good part was that there were very few people in Treblinka. My expert guide, Ania (with Intopoland.com) spoke excellent English and knew the sad history of Treblinka well. I would highly recommend her and her company. We spent about 2 1/2 hours at the site, including the museum and model of Treblinka II. The Nazi's destroyed most of Treblinka, but the railroad tracks and moving memorials tell the story, along with the model in the museum. As an historian with special interest in World War II, I found the tour of Treblinka informative and more emotionally charged than anticipated. The camp, which was constructed as part of Operation Reinhard, operated only a little over one year -- July 23, 1942 to October 19, 1943. During this time, between 780,863 and 870,000 men, women, and children were murdered there. It is a must visit for those interested in history, and more importantly for those who never want mankind to experience such atrocities again.
Written June 15, 2013
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Jenn O
Staffordshire, UK674 contributions
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Jul 2014 • Couples
We went to Treblinka on July 28th with Anna from IntoPoland. She was a very knowledgeable guide, she took us by car to each division as it was too hot and far to walk. The first section was a museum, this had a scale model of the camp, with pictures and accounts of who was there and their importance. We left here and went to the first part, this is where the gas chambers were, they buried their victims at first, then decided to dig them up and burn them on huge racks, there is a replica of this. Everywhere you look there are stones marking families lost, the towns they were from, upto 1 million people were murdered here in approx 1 yr, mostly Jews. There is a huge memorial stone for the Jews which marks the entrance here, this is now protected as a Jewish Cemetery.

There is also a Quarry that the fitter men and women worked in, and finally the living quarters for the SS, only the foundations remain here.

Well worth the visit, highly recommend Anna and Intopoland too.
Written August 3, 2014
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theDin
Regensburg, Germany82 contributions
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Nov 2018 • Couples
We followed the recommendations here on tripadvisor and booked the full day tour of Auschwitz and Krakow from Warsaw on rather short notice. E-mail communication was very good, easy payment to confirm the booking (you pay a deposit, the rest is paid in cash on the day of the tour), clear instructions on what to expect on the day of the tour. We really enjoyed the day, I just have some minor suggestions for improvement:

- Our tour started with lunch at 11.30 am at a restaurant close to Auschwitz (we also had a 30 minutes stop at a McDonalds on the way out). It was a bit early for some of the people in our group, but fine for me. However, the food and service was only average: Tomato soup (starter) and some kind of traditional Polish stew with mashed potatoes/sauerkraut. Only one jug of water at the table. We were not offered to order any additional drinks (or even a second jug of water) and there was no information at all about what the food was. I asked the waiter about that because my husband is a vegetarian. He got fried eggs instead of the stew at least. Maybe we should have communicated this at the time of our booking.

- The tour of Auschwitz is with a larger group (so not just the people you travel with on the day). Everybody gets a receiver and headphones, so you can hear the guide at all times. It gets a bit crowdy in the exhibition and the guide was rather quick, so you have to pay attention to keep up. However, the tour met our expectations. if you already know the basics about what happened at Auschwitz, you won't learn a lot of new stuff. Still, I appreciated the opportunity to visit the place for myself!

- We arrived in Krakow after 5 pm and met our guide. Unfortunately, the castle hill is closed after 5 pm, so we could not enter that area. It seemed like one of the most interesting parts of the city, so we will definitely come back and explore the city a bit more in detail. The guide was very knowledgeable, friendly and open to questions.

- Apart from the lunch stops, there are no fixed toilet/food breaks. However, both the driver and the guide in Krakow offered to take a break anytime we wanted (we just had to tell them). The schedule was quite tight (but efficient!) and given the cold weather, a fixed afternoon break with some snacks/tea and coffee might be a good idea during the winter months.

- According to the e-mail instructions before the tour, you are not allowed to consume food or hot drinks in the car. I found that a bit patronizing, both because you might get hungry during the drive (3,5 hours one way) and especially in the winter, a hot drink might make things a bit more cosy. Our driver had coffee in the car in a takeaway cup, so I'd say trust your guests enough to not spill things everywhere :-)

All in all, I'd say be prepared to have a long day (we got picked up at 7 am and got back home at 10.15 pm), take snacks and dress appropriately. We had some really cold wind in Auschwitz and Krakow, but I still enjoyed the tour - despite being 5 months pregnant and maybe needing a toilet break more often than the others. :-) Special shoutout to our driver as well, who was driving very responsibly!
Written November 30, 2018
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Thank you so much for taking the time to write this review. All the insightful comments are greatly appreciated. We are very glad you were satisfied with our guides and drivers. They work passionately and enthusiastically to create the best possible experience for you. In terms of lunch, we are sorry it did not live up to your expectations. We serve lunch at touristic restaurant to minimize the cost for you. Although the dishes are not very sophisticated, we make sure they are always tasty and fresh. Also, if requested in advance, we always provide options for vegetarians, so in the future please make sure to notify us in advance, we are happy to fulfill your dietary needs. If you wish to spend more time in Krakow, we are looking forward to welcoming you back for our 1-day Krakow Tour, where you can explore this beautiful city in greater detail. Thank you again for booking the tour with us and we hope to welcome you back in the future!
Written January 23, 2019
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Joyseeker54
Seattle, WA66 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I was looking for a day trip from Warsaw to Kraków and Auschwitz. The prices for two people were quite expensive. While reading Trip Advisor reviews I came across mention of someone using AB Travel Poland and how they actually contacted them thru the Visitors Information office in Warsaw and were able to be added to another group which brought the price down. I contacted the Information office who put me in touch with AB Travel. I was able to book our trip while we were still in Vienna and confirm everything. They were very responsive by email, allowed me to make a deposit via internet and complete the transaction with cash at pickup. Peter our driver was efficient, very pleasant and personable and kept the long day schedule running in a timely manner. I was very pleased and relieved to join another group as it made our price almost half of what it would have been for just the two of us. It was also fun getting to know the other passengers. I would recommend AB Travel!
Written September 10, 2018
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INEVERUSETHIS
Port Orange, FL261 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2016 • Couples
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 is a small museum that will take you about a half hour to go through. There is about 1.25 mile walk from Treblinka I to Treblinka II and that walk will give you a sense of what a long death walk is. It was quiet, cold, windy no animals no other persons around. Treblinka is about 67 miles outside of Warsaw and it will take you about 2 hours by car to get there. The reason for this is that there is non stop road construction the entire way which causes several delays. Also there are NO road signs along the way to mark the way to Treblinka so you will have to use GPS to get there. The 2 hours drive and being stuck in the stop and go traffic was well worth it in order to pay our respects to Treblinka.
Written October 27, 2016
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4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2016 • Friends
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 death apparatus that was in place here and huge rock bolders representing 1700 Jewish communities whose members perished in this horrible places.

This is a necessary and somber place to visit, and reflect on man's monstrous actions against others.
Written June 8, 2016
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4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2015 • Friends
This was the second time I visited the site, and both times, I did it with a guided tour. The site would be a bit difficult to find on one's own- it is two hours by car.

There is nothing original to see – nothing.

One needs a guide – either a person or a detailed book – to understand and appreciate the place, and to learn what happened there. The memorial is solemn and somber and meaningful, and needs to be explained in the proper way.

There are at least 1000 stone markers, each one with the name of a destroyed Jewish community. This commemorates the murdered Jews who were taken from their homes and killed at this second largest site of mass murder in the history of mankind.
Written July 2, 2015
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Latifah H
Vancouver, Canada14 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
This tour absolutely made my trip to Poland. We were picked up and dropped back to the door of our hotel in Warsaw. The driver was really friendly and didnt mind us charging our phones in the van. Four of us went on the tour which was €135 and not once did i have to spend any money for the whole day, the van was comfortable enough for us all to have a nap on the way. The driver stopped at the shop for us in the morning and on the way back. We went to Auschwitz first, there was no waiting around at all. We then went from there to the second camp.. stopped for lunch at a really nice restaurant where one of us was provided a fully vegan meal! We then drove to Krakow and we're met by a really nice tour guide who walked us around the city. The walking tour was really informative and the tour guide was so friendly and knew so much about the history of krakow. Amazing experience.
Written February 25, 2018
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