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Went to stutthof this monday. It was easy to reach from gdansk bus terminal wit bus 870. 13 slotys per ticket. Ride took 80 minutes and busses are in exact time. In stutthof you should watch video 20 mins first. 3 slotys. After that took...More
We booked a tour (4 adults) through Trip Advisor - Viator I think it was. Our driver and guide, Mike, was excellent. He was very interesting and knowledgeable. Having the guide was really helpful - I would recommend it.
We went to the WWII museum...More
Wife, 15 year old son and I visited. Cold day with snow on the ground. Most buildings are no longer there but enough remains of the Nazi buildings and Old Camp and the gas chamber and ovens to understand some of the horrors.
We have visited this place just at the beggining of our stay in Gdansk and it is totally MUST visit place. It was very emotional experience and actually it pushes to appreciate what we have today as a freedom. If it is possible, it is...More
We came here last April and even when I think about this trip I well up, it's only a small camp and there isn't much signage in English but you get the idea. For me it was a little hard hitting from the stories at...More
I travelled along with a friend to Stutthof from Gdansk last May,we chose to go by private taxi. Part of the way we travelled on the new highway and was amazed to see bomb disposal teams in attendance removing WW2 ordanance,our driver said this happens...More
We had a fantastic taxi from the airport to Grand Cru hotel...The chap mentioned he did a unique tour...and he was right...He took us to Stutthof Concentration Camp Museum, to the Westerplatte and several other sites around Gdańsk...He collected us just before 11am and dropped...More
This is such an important part of history that everyone should know about. No one should ever forget the autocracies that occurred durning world war two.
We drove over an hour to get there and there was one really really grumpy man. I had read...More
The experience of visiting Stutthof is gives an insight into the atrocities that took place. There are numerous information boards and accounts off the horrors that were inflicted alongside displays that demonstrate the conditions. The camp is accessible by a bus that leaves bay 2...More
I wasn't at all impressed by this place. I've been to one concentration camp before (that of Buchenwald), which left a deep impression on me, but this place claimed no such effect. For one thing very little remains of it, so you have to imagine...More
We went there Sat, May19th 2018, BUT we were with a pre-arranged tour from a cruise ship line docked in Gdansk, so maybe this was a special time/day? I see some other answers that state days of Mon-Fri, so I don't know for... More
We went there Sat, May19th 2018, BUT we were with a pre-arranged tour from a cruise ship line docked in Gdansk, so maybe this was a special time/day? I see some other answers that state days of Mon-Fri, so I don't know for sure. I hope it works for you somehow. Well worth it.