Majdanek Camp and Lublin – private tour by car
Lublin is one of the oldest cities in Poland. It was here in 1569 that the Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania signed the Union that created the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, the largest state in Europe until the 18th century. From the sixteenth century, a phenomenon on a global scale operated here, the Council of Four Lands, i.e. the Jewish self-government, and from the beginning of the seventeenth century, a Jewish religious school “yeshiva” with the status of a royal academy. Today, you can visit the charming Old Town or walk along the promenade at the Krakow Gate.
In 1940, in the wastelands a few kilometers beyond Lublin, the Germans established the second largest concentration camp in occupied Poland, after Auschwitz, known as Majdanek. There you can see an exhibition on the policy of the Nazi authorities in the General Government, camp equipment, equipment and clothing, but also thousands of pairs of shoes stolen from prisoners and a pile of manure for the camp farm, the most important ingredient of which was human ashes from the crematorium.
Plan of the tour:
- early morning pick up and evening drop off your accommodation
- private transportation by car/minivan with an English speaking driver
- private guided tour in Majdanek Camp in English up to 2 hours
- entrance tickets to the Majdanek Camp
- up to 3 hours free time in Lublin
The tour lasts up to 10 hours. Tour available in English by default. Other languages: Spanish, Italian, German and French on request if available.
Price depends on number of people.
Prices per person:
- 1 person – 1330 PLN
- 2 people – 690 PLN
- 3 people – 470 PLN
- 4 people – 410 PLN
- 5 people – 350 PLN
- 6 people – 300 PLN
- 7 people and more – contact us.
For more details please contact with us.