TREBLINKA EXTERMINATION WORLD WAR II CAMP & TYKOCIN JEWISH TOWN (full day tour)
This is sometimes hard to tell the sad story of the Polish Jews living in Warsaw and other cities of the area nearby which have been taken to Extermination Camp in Treblinka during the dark times of the Nazi occupation and especially the terror year of 1942. None of these people had a chance to survive except for those who managed to escape from the trains taking them to the camp. Before the war Poland was a home country to millions of Jews. On this tour we will take you to Treblinka museum . Later we will follow to a small town of Tykocin, an example of a place where both Polish and Jews lived together their ordinary life. In Tykocin you will be able to visit one of the very few original synagogues, which managed to survive the World War II and are open for visitors.
Included: private transportation, English speaking guide service
Not included: meals, entrance fees, gratuities.
Extras to be paid on spot: entrance fees (Treblinka Camp, synagogue in Tykocin)