Nazi Camps from Warsaw

How to visit Lublin and Majdanek Nazi Camp from Warsaw

Lublin is called by tourists the «little Krakow» and it's the 9th biggest city in Poland. Majdanek is the German concentration camp in Lublin, operated until 22 July 1944. Soon, a Soviet NKWD camp was organized on the grounds of Majdanek.   

How to visit Stutthof Nazi Camp from Warsaw

A must-see in Poland, Stutthof Nazi Camp from Warsaw or Gdansk. Another must-see is the Malbork castle and the beautiful city of Gdansk, they can be combined. Stutthof was the first Nazi camp set up in the Polish area.

Treblinka extermination camp from Warsaw

Treblinka was an extermination camp, built and operated by Nazi Germany in occupied Poland during World War II. Together with the camps at Bełżec and Sobibor, was one of the Operation Reinhard extermination camps.

How to visit the Wolf's Lair from Warsaw

Visit the ruins of Hitler's Headquarters in Wolfs Lair. Plan your trip from Warsaw and discover the place where the most famous assassination attempt was made against the Nazi leader. Combine your trip with a visit to Mamerki, and Swieta Lipka.

Visit Auschwitz Concentration Camp (from Warsaw or Krakow)

Auschwitz I and II (Birkenau) together with the majestic city of Krakow is a must-see in Poland. You can now easily visit all in one day from Warsaw. Find out all you need in this article. Take an all-inclusive tour from Warsaw or just do it by train.