Auschwitz-Birkenau Camp - The Living Witnesses Of People's Cruelty

The fortified walls, barbed wire, platforms, barracks, gallows, gas chambers and cremation ovens show the conditions within which the Nazi genocide took place in the former concentration and extermination camp of Auschwitz-Birkenau during the World War II. According to historical investigations, 1.5 million people, including a great number of Jews, were systematically starved, tortured and murdered in this camp in the years 1940 - 1945. Being the largest of all the German Nazi concentration camps in the Third Reich, Auschwitz became the centre for the Holocaust of Jewish people. In this way, Auschwitz Concentration Camp became the symbol of humanity's cruelty to its fellow human beings in the 20th century. The Museum, created in 1947, houses numerous exhibitions presenting conditions of prisoners' life in the camp and personal belongings of the victims, as well as as the infamous 'Arbeit Macht Frei' inscription which is a distinctive sign of this place.


Due to the decision of the government to close all museums and cultural institutions in Poland, we inform that between 12-25 March the Auschwitz Museum will be closed

On the 2nd of January 2020, Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum has changed the Regulations of booking and purchase of Entry Passes. As a result, each reservation must be subject to the following principles:

• after making a booking on the website, you will receive an email from us with a request to send names of everyone from your group. It is necessary to complete the booking. In case of not replying to this email, your reservation will be automatically cancelled after 24 hours and the full refund will be made

• you can cancel your tour up to 24 hours before the departure and the cancellation will be followed by a refund of 50 % of the total value of your order. In order to change the date of your tour, you need to cancel it first and the purchase a ticket for the correct date

• before the departure, you will be given a personal entrance ticket with your full name written on it 

• at the entrance to the Museum, you will be asked to present a valid ID or passport which matches the information contained on your entrance ticket. In case of not having the required document, you will not be able to visit the Museum and no refund will be given

By making a reservation on our website, you accept the above terms.

Approximate schedule of the tour :

• pick up from the meeting point in Krakow ( please check departure times on the right side of this page)

• transport to Auschwitz I Camp - about 1h 30min by bus or minivan

• sightseeing in Auschwitz I Camp

• break for toilets/ lunch - between 10 and 15 minutes

• transport to Birkenau Camp - 5 minutes

• sightseeing in Birkenau

• short break for toilets before going back to Krakow

• transport to Krakow - about 1h 30min

Price includes:

• transport by an air conditioned coach, bus or minivan

• a tour leader

• all admission fees

• guide in Auschwitz and Birkenau Camps

Duration of the tour - up to 7 hours

Meeting Point: Sienna 17 Street, Krakow

Are you interested in a different time or date? Send us an email on office@krakville.com

Got any questions? Call us: +48 12 429 58 47



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