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Seems a bit crass to reveiw a trip like this but it was excellent, harrowing and very thought provoking. Our guide was excellent and explained everything in a sensitive and caring way. I wish we had more time in each camp but i can understand with the travel distances involved. This is definitely a life changing thing to do. The orgainisation from the moment we were picked up to the return to Krakow was first rate !
This trip was powerful and very well organized. After getting on the bus, we saw a documentary on the camps, and when we arrived we met our guides and went right in. There were a few lines to get to some buildings, but that's because of the high number of tour groups. Our guide was fantastic and answered everyone's questions and more.
The guide was fantastic. The tour was a great eye opener, very humbling.
Superb! The tour guide (on the coach) was very informative anddeeply sincere about the need to visit Auswitch at least once I'm your life. The Auswitch tour guide was equally informative and sincere. I couldn't recommend this tour highly enough! Thanks for a great experience.
An excellent tour. The bus staff were very respectful, courteous and helpful. Our guide was extremely knowledge able and appeared passionate.
A 'must do' tour, very poignant.
I would definitely recommend Viator.
The trip to Auschwitz-Birkenau was very good, it was afterwards reflecting on it when it hit me most. The tour guide was excellent. Both sites were very busy, you were rushed along as there were so many groups.
Everyone should go to Auschwitz 1 and 2 in order to ensure history can't repeat itself! Cannot believe mankind inhumanity to mankind could have existed. Headsets supplied were marvellous as were the guides. A very sad place but a must too see.
A convenient and respectful way to visit Auschwitz. The pace is quite quick but the museum sets that pace (it's there guide after all) and I found it was better to reflect on the gravity of what you are seeing after you had left, not whilst you are still there. Highly recommended.
assential experience for all ages; reminding us again how civilisation and humanity can break down if we are not informed and vigilant