Kraków, Poland

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clock-o6 to 7 hrs (Approx.)
TransportHotel pickup offered
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commentOffered in: English and 5 more


Some tours to the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum don’t provide a comfortable ride, but this Auschwitz-Birkenau tour from Krakow makes sure you ride comfortably with a climate-controlled vehicle and included pillows and blankets. Once you arrive at the museum, take a group tour, and learn about the serious of WWII.
  • Guarantee your visit to the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum
  • Relax during the drive with provided neck pillows and blankets
  • Go on a guided tour of the WWII concentration camps
  • Private round-trip transport from Krakow included with this Auschwitz-Birkenau tour


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, Aug 2018

Our driver Jakob was superb, on time, friendly and very accommodating. He checked in with us prior to the trip to confirm the details. The guide at the camp was also excellent.

, Mar 2018

A very heavy day - and one I don't think I was ready for, emotionally.
So the guide picked us up right outside our hotel, and drove us to the Auschwitz. Along the way he explained what happened to Poland during the war and how it was broken up into 3 separate territories. He had the answer to any question we asked. He was VERY knowledgable.
When we arrived, we got right to the front of the line past hundreds of people waiting , and on our way in where we were passed off to the official Auschwitz guide inside. She was wonderful, too.
The tour was actually in two parts: the tour of Auschwitz - then the second part at the Birkenau camp a short distance away.
Our guide waited patiently outside. Was standing by the car for us in between the two and immediately afterwards, ready to attend to any needs we might have. At the end of the day, the slow ride back to Kraków.
There is a LOT of walking on this tour. The roads in the camp are difficult to navigate if you're with someone who is older, and nearly impossible for someone in a wheel chair. Two bits of advise: spend more time in the rooms with the pictures of the victims on the wall at Auschwitz - this tour is all about the memory of those lost - and I wish I took more time then, to learn about them. Second, do not get a hot dog at the snack shop in between tours.

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