Découvrez deux des sites du patrimoine mondial de l'UNESCO les plus visités en Pologne en une seule journée lors de cette visite combinée au départ de Cracovie. Rendez hommage au mémorial et au musée d'Auschwitz-Birkenau lors des atrocités commises lors de la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Vous pourrez visiter l'ancien camp de concentration nazi et voir des expositions sur son histoire et plus d'un million de victimes. Descendez ensuite dans une fascinante ville souterraine richement sculptée dans le sel et la pierre à la mine de sel de Wieliczka.
Tour combo d'une journée à partir de Cracovie
Souvenez-vous des victimes de l'Holocauste au mémorial et au musée d'Auschwitz-Birkenau
Visitez l'ancien camp de concentration et d'extermination nazi et découvrez sa sombre histoire à travers des expositions et des expositions
Descendez dans la magnifique ville souterraine de la mine de sel de Wieliczka
Admirez des chambres élaborées, des chapelles, des sculptures et d'autres œuvres d'art entièrement sculptées dans du sel
Visitez deux sites polonais du patrimoine mondial de l'UNESCO en une journée
Prise en charge et retour gratuit à l'hôtel inclus
We started by visiting the salt mines in Wieliczka, where everything was well coordinated and explained during the tour. Then we went to lunch at Auschwitz. The Auschwitz-Birkenau tour was very well conducted, I just want to mention that maybe it would be better to this tour to take a little more time, because we had to hurry from one place to another and on there is so much to see and to be explained that we don't feel the deepness of feelings of that place. The guide was very helpful.
A very Somber and eye opening experience the key fact they will stay with me is Those who forget the past are condemned to repeat it no one should ever forget and this place should be there for all generations nationalities and religions to see and use this as a warning for future generations
We had a brilliant trip, the guides in both Auschwitz and the Salt mine were brilliant and very informative. Our guide on the coach was very friendly and also really helpful. The timings were well spaced out, specific and gave us time to rest in between visits and also to have lunch. It's a long day, and there's a lot of walking but if you're short on time then it's an easy way to see two attractions in one day! Would definitely recommend
We were picked up outside our hotel by a small AC minivan. This is NOT a personal tour though. You will be thrown into a larger group at Auschwitz with one of their tour guides. It’s a very long day till 5 or 7 pm I can’t remember, but be sure to bring a light jacket for the salt mine!
My Auschwitz/Salt Mine tour was generally enjoyable. Our driver, Lucas, was great and very accommodating. The Salt Mine was an incredible experience that I would recommend to all. Auschwitz was a truly heartbreaking and humbling experience, but again an experience that I would recommend everyone to take part in once in their life. The only complaints that I have are about my tour guides and the time management. While the Salt Mine tour guide wasn’t as bad as my Auschwitz tour guide, she was very hard to understand. Being a Polish native, her English was very good, but she spoke so softly, quickly, and mumbled so much that I literally was not able to retain any of the information that was relayed to me. Luckily there were a lot of things to look at and read so I didn’t have to rely solely on her. The Auschwitz guide was a different story. Obviously being a Polish native he was going to have a Polish accent, which I completely understand, but the accent was so thick and he, too, spoke so rapidly and mumbled SO much that I could not understand anything there either. The headsets at Auschwitz were also a hassle, I had the volume up all the way and still had to press the headphones into my ears to hear anything. I’m pretty disappointed in the guides, but it didn’t keep me from enjoying the experiences. I wish I remembered the guides’ names. Time management was also irritating. Our salt mine tour ended around noon, but our concentration camp tour didn’t start until 4, which left us a ton of time to kill. Fortunately, people on my tour wanted to stop for lunch, so we did, but the original plan was just to go sit at a auschwitz until it was time for our tour. We didn’t get back until Kraków until 10PM, which could have been 7 or 8 if the tour was organized more efficiently. Would definitely go back to both places, just probably not through this tour.
Very interesting tours, both of them led by friendly and knowledgable guides!
Also, our driver, Tomasz, drove us safely and was very helpful!
As for the sights, they are not to be missed both are unique!
Auschwitz - Birkenau was very moving. It is certainly a place everyone should see.
The Wieliczka Salt Mine is amazing. I couldn't figure out what was so great about a salt mine until I went through it. The carvings and sculptures are amazing. The mine was in continuous operation for many centuries.
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