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Although the bus was late and very disorganized, the tour was amazing! The guide on the bus really wasn't necessary but the female local guide who took us around the sites was absolutely deserving of the tip we gave her. She knew everything and more and was very appropriate. Highly recommended!
turned out to be a full day tour, however no lunch break given, very interesting and moving experience
This tour was outstanding! The guide was very knowledgeable and touched the emotional points with gracefully and yet honestly. The half day tour could have easily been a full day as we did not get to see all the exhibits or linger at some of the more poignant places for reflection and prayer.
Great tour , very sombre and emotional. A really knowledgable , informative , professional guide. Highly recommended.
An excellent trip. The pick up and travel by coach could not have been better organised. On arrival we were allocated an experienced guide who explained everything clearly and in a very dignified manner.A very humbling experience with plenty of time to see everything. In total we were given six and a half hours,including travelling time for this half day trip-excellent value for money and highly recommended.
Although quite emotional, a must to visit. The horrors that took place here is a lesson to be learned by all. I came away with more respect for mankind.
It was a great tour. Informative and important. Definitely something everyone who visits Krakow should do!
A very moving tour. The guides were very good and time went very quickly. There is a lot of walking to be done so I would advise that you take water and be reasonably fit and healthy.
The tour and guide were wonderful, would recommend this trip for family with young children since our goddaughter and her sister enjoy learning history.