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Stutthof concentration camp


1 day

39 €


Polish Mennonites. lived in Żuławy, Poland's largest area located below the sea level. Hundreds of canals, kilometers of dykes, network of pumps and locks allowed for removing water and gradual drainage of Żuławy territory. A great share of this work has to be attributed to Dutch settlers – a hardworking, puritan community known as Polish Mennonites. They represented one of the strictest branches of protestantism, which had a lot in common with Amish culture. The Dutch Mennonites lived in Żuławy for over 400 years. They came to Poland as refugees fleeing from religious conflict torn Holland. It was here where they could find new home, peace and freedom.

Stutthof was a Nazi German concentration camp established on the 2nd of September 1939 in Sztutowo, 35 km east of the city of Gdansk. During the 5 years of existence of the Concentration Camp in Stutthof, prisoners from 28 countries were held here. Visiting that place is touching experience which hepls to understand tragedy of WW2 and extermination of Jews and Poles.


  • 45 minutes transfer by Bus to Stutthof concentration camp museum
  • 2 hours visit in Stutthof museum
  • Lunch in the local restaurant
  • Return to Gdansk


  • Bus transport
  • Local guide
  • 2 hours guiding in Museum Stutthof concentration camp
  • Lunch