1. Warsaw: 12-Hour Guided Private Tour to Majdanek and Lublin
During this tour you will be taken back in time to World War II. See the history of Majdanek, a Nazi concentration camp close to Lublin. This tragic place was in operation between 1941 and 1944, and is now a monument and memorial to all the people killed there during the war. Experience this deeply moving lesson on the Nazi Holocaust and the dark times of the WWII. It will leave you reflecting about Poland's dark history. Your professional guide will lead you through the camp and tell you everything you want to know. The tour is private, so it’s you who decides where to go and what to learn about. Pay your respects and have a moment with your thoughts while visiting such a meaningful place. After the Majdanek Death Camp tour, lift your spirits with the highlights of Lublin. Far back in history Lublin played an important role as an administrative, trade, and military centre in the Polish kingdom. Your guide will tell you a bit of its history and show you the most important places of the city, such as Lublin Castle and the Kazimierz district, as well as the oldest surviving Jewish cemetery.