Sobibor, Belzec & Zamosc
We offer you combined version of tour to Sobibor and Belzec concentration camps and town of Zamosc. Of course on special request we can modify this program and take you on a private tour to only one of those three possible destinations.
14 km from village of Wlodawa, in the forest by the Sobibor railway station stands a monument from 1965 in memory of the death camp for Jews that existed here from May 1942 until October 1943. Over 250,000 people, mostly Jews were killed here. On 14th October 1942 a prisoner rebellion broke out and 320 inmates fled to freedom, the only such large group-escape from a Nazi camp during World War 2.
Also in village of Belzec, Nazis set up a forced labour camp in 1940 which was transformed into a death camp from 1941 to 1943. 600,000 people were killed here including 550,000 Polish Jews. Thousands of Gypsies were also exterminated here. An imposing monument was erected here in 1964.
Zamosc is one of the best preserved Renaissance towns in whole Europe. After a program of restoration which was carried out here in the 1970s, town was declared a World Heritage Site of UNESCO in 1992. During our tour you will see a beautiful Main Market Square, Town Hall, Cathedral, Franciscan Church and Bastion Fortifications.
We offer private tours with private guide on request. We can pick you up from your hotel at chosen time.
Tour lasts approx. 9 hours.
Tours available in English, Spanish, German, French, Italian
- 950 PLN total (1-2 persons)
- 1200 PLN total (3-5 persons)
- contact us - (6 or more persons)