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It is a second time I have visited Majdanek. There has been a lot of organisational and viewing changes from what I remember, but my first visit was over 15 years ago. Some of the elements have been isolated with wooden fences or glass so...More
We have never been to a concentration camp before and as we were in Lublin this was a must visit for us..We were blown away by the whole experience. Very moving and emotional thinking of what those poor people suffered and went through..Writing this review...More
In spite of the sad background it is really worth to visit the Majdanek concentration camp. It is a huge area so expect to spend up to 3 hours at the place. The Camp was only partly destroyed after the germans left it so you...More
A visit to Auschwitz-Birkenhau might tick the boxes if you must visit one of the many concentration & extermination camps dotted across Northern & Eastern Europe but where that finds the relics sealed behind glass Majdanek is the Holocaust stripped bare. Unlike its better known...More
This museum is a must if you are in to history of WW2, you will see the terrible conditions these poor people suffered.
There is a lot of information about all aspects of the camp. This is a must visit....
This was a somber tour but important to keep the history of the holocaust alive. The barracks have mostly been gutted and filled with displays, photographs, narratives and quotes from prisoners. There are even displays of thousands of prisoners' shoes. The gas chambers and crematorium...More
Shocking. It needs to be seen, don’t skip the displays, read and understand.
Amazing this all happened next to the main road into Lublin.
Sadly most of it has been over restored. Repaired.
Some is still original. Why I do not know.
Entry is free,...More
Visited in May 2018 on an extremely hot day. Relatively easy to get to via public transport. Went to what we thought was the ticket office, but to our surprise entry was free. Walked round the various exhibitions in the barracks but due to the...More
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Recommend The Grand Hotel. It's a classic hotel with large rooms and marble stairways. They have an enclosed parking lot. You can book it on the internet. Also there is a good Italian restaurant called The Dolce Vita a few... More
Recommend The Grand Hotel. It's a classic hotel with large rooms and marble stairways. They have an enclosed parking lot. You can book it on the internet. Also there is a good Italian restaurant called The Dolce Vita a few blocks down the pedestrian mall.
I forgot to add.... get off at the second Majdanek stop. There are two. The second one puts you at the entrance. When you get off the bus, look across the street slightly to your right and you will see the return bus stop... More
I forgot to add.... get off at the second Majdanek stop. There are two. The second one puts you at the entrance. When you get off the bus, look across the street slightly to your right and you will see the return bus stop in the little bus circle.