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Krakow: Auschwitz-Birkenau Guided Tour with Transportation

Take a day trip to the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial Museum with entry tickets and transport from Krakow. Learn about the history from an informative guide, the exhibits, and the documents. Step inside memorials and exhibits to help understand the tragedy of past events. Visit the museum's buildings and the vast open-air concentration camp Birkenau. See the personal belongings of the camp prisoners.
7 hrs
Group size up to 40 persons
Mobile ticket
Full refund for cancellations up to 24 hours
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Reflect on the past on a day trip from Krakow to Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial Museum. It is one of the most important and tragic places in the world, where you can see proof of the horrors one human being can do to another.

With an English-speaking driver, get picked up from a chosen location and enjoy a comfortable bus to the city of Oświęcim, where the Auschwitz 1 death camp was located.

A greeter will meet you on arrival to introduce you to the place and pass you to the official museum guide. Your tour begins at the legendary gate, Arbeit Mach Frei. The place where murderous and destructive work was performed by prisoners.

The tour route leads through all the most important barracks, which are dedicated to specific topics, such as daily life, work, selection, and extermination. There is an original exhibition in each of the barracks.

Original and stolen belongings of prisoners, such as suitcases, glasses, and children's toys, when combined with your guide's story, invoke a picture of the tragic circumstances and events we must never forget.

Finish your tour at the most dramatic place on the Auschwitz 1 route, the gas chamber, and the cremator where the corpses of prisoners were burnt. After visiting the first part of the camp (Auschwitz 1) there will be a short break.

Board the bus to the second part of the camp called Auschwitz II (Birkenau). The ride takes 10 minutes, and you will join the same guide you already know on site. Visiting the second part of the camp will take about 1 hour.

Auschwitz II Birkenau is an open space that shows the scale of the crimes that happened there. Reflect as you think of the thousands of people murdered here. See the place where the selection was made, the so-called ramp. It was here that the decision about life or death was made.

Important Information:

• Due to the availability of guides at the Auschwitz Memorial, your preferred tour time may change and is not guaranteed. In that case, the activity provider will contact you the day before the tour to confirm the change. The time change does not qualify for a refund
• As per the requirements of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum, all participants are required to provide their full name and contact details as part of the booking
• Entrance may be refused if the name provided on the booking is not identical to the name on the ID provided when entering

What to bring:

• Passport or ID card
• Comfortable shoes
• Rain gear
• Water

Not allowed:

• Pets
• Baby strollers
• Smoking
• Luggage or large bags
• Alcohol and drugs

Not suitable for:

• Children under 12 years
• People with mobility impairments

Really happy with our trip, bus arrived slightly ahead of schedule which meant we were all on board and ready to move at the departure time. The return journey was equally smooth. The guide when we arrived at Auschwitz was really good and informative.
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What is included in activity
Roundtrip transfer by air-conditioned bus
Museum greeter
Entrance ticket
Guided tour of both camps
What is not included
Food and drinks
What places you will see

• The Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum and Memorial

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Directions to meet your guide

Pawia 18b, 31-154 Kraków, Poland

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Reviews by travellers
The bus left at 14:00, we were in front of Auschwitz I around 15:30. A guide met us and gave us the necessary information and booklets. He was with us when we bought our ticket and answered our questions. Thanks to Alex. Only the first camp where the Museum is located can be entered after 17:30. So we were told to visit Birkenau first. We took the yellow buses that provide transfer between the two camps before World War II. We went to the camp, we returned 17:45 GB. However, Auschwitz I closes at 19:00. Since this place is organized as a museum, it contains many images, documents and information. So I think we should spend more time here. We couldn't visit all of them because there wasn't enough time.
4 days ago
Comfortable transportation, a guide book had a map and all important facts, we got enough time to see everything (3.5h), however if you can I would recommend going with a guided tour because the information you get from this tour ir pretty dry, vs the guided tours gain a more in-depth and emotional experience. also have in mind there will be a lot of walking.
14 days ago
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