Stutthof Concentration Camp, best tours and attractions
The Stutthof Concentration Camp was created by the Nazis in 1939 in a secluded, wooded area near the Baltic port of Gdansk. It was the first Nazi conc...In the top 5 attractions for Gdansk
Visit the Stutthof Concentration Camp with an official English-speaking museum guide for two hours with transportation from Gdansk included.
Discover the first Nazi concentration camp outside German territory and learn about the persecution and occupation of Pomerania.
Explore the UNESCO Heritage Site, Malbork Castle, on a 6-hour guided tour in English with door-to-door transportation included from Gdansk.
Enjoy a guided tour around Gdansk, from the Basilica of St. Mary to the famous Neptune's Fountain, and get to discover the city's most iconic landmarks.
Enjoy the beautiful city of Gdansk at night on this vodka tasting tour. Try some of the best Polish vodkas and let your expert guide tell you more about the history.
Enjoy your night out in Gdansk in the most fun way. Book a limo party with free drinks and VIP entry to a nightclub and have fun with a group of friends.
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Join a pub crawl and experience the nightlife of Gdansk with fun guides. Enjoy free drinks and a VIP entry to the best nightclub in town.
Tour all of the highlights in Gdansk with an audio guide. Choose from 40 tracks, 20 locations, and 4 languages.
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Book now and experience an unforgettable adventure at a Gdansk shooting range. Choose from Polish soldier guns, master techniques, and feel the thrill of automatic mode.
Discover Gdańsk from the water on board a traditional Polish riverboat, cruise through the Old Town and admire the monuments and buildings.
Visit Gdansk, the characteristic "capital of amber" on the Baltic and marvel at the ancient brick castle in Malbork. Learn more about the history of these places on a guided tour with a private guide. Enjoy a comfortable transport from Warsaw and a typical lunch in a local restaurant.
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Enjoy the breathtaking views of the setting sun, discover Gdańsk from the water on a traditional river boat and cruise through the Old Town.
The inside story
The Stutthof Concentration Camp was created by the Nazis in 1939 in a secluded, wooded area near the Baltic port of Gdansk. It was the first Nazi concentration camp set up outside of Germany in World War II and it was the last camp to be liberated by the Allies in 1945. The camp was used for the imprisonment of Polish leaders and saw up to 65 000 people systematically killed by German occupiers, making it a symbol for the Holocaust. Confronting and emotionally charged, a visit to the camp, that now serves as a memorial, will teach you about one of the most significant parts of the world's history.