Visiting Auschwitz is a daunting and morbid challenge. The emotional weight carried by the death camp is heavy and crushing. The process of actually reaching the Museum is also not as simple as it could be. Because Oświęcim is a
Have a look on our Auschwitz-Birkenau tours options
- If you are in Krakow for a short period: Weekend or a City Break and you are planning to visit the Wieliczka Salt Mine we recommend to go on the combined Auschwitz-Birkenau and Wieliczka Salt Mine tour. It is going to be a long day but it is worth it.
- If you are not planning to visit Salt Mine and you ant to do just Auschwitz and Birkenau then our regular tour is going to be the best. Please see the Auschwitz-Birekanau Tour page for more info.
- The problem is that due to the last changes in the Auschwitz Museum Policy there is a limited number of tickets available every day. In this situation, we recommend going on the Auschwitz II Birkenau Trip. This will take you to the Auschwitz Complex but you will skip the museum and you will go on the trip to the Auschwitz II Birkenau Camp. This is a great option also for time-starved travelers who don’t have a full day to do the tour.
- Last but not least is the Auschwitz Birkenau Private tour, which gives you full flexibility. Depending on your needs you can select the private guide or a shared guide all with private transport. A great option if you need a deep study tour or if you have a larger group than 4 persons.
Any person familiar with the history of World War II will know that Auschwitz Birkenau is the most well-known concentration camp in the world and the very place where about 1.5 million people were killed by the Nazis. Currently, the area converted into Auschwitz Museum, serves as a reminder of past crimes.
Auschwitz-Birkenau complex consists of two parts (Auschwitz I and Auschwitz II – Birkenau) we arrange tours in different combinations so you can visit exactly what you want. Both parts of Auschwitz & Birkenau can be visited by tourists from all around the world.
The first part Auschwitz I Museum is the administrative center of the entire complex of Nazi camps. The second Auschwitz II Birkenau Camp was equipped with gas chambers and crematoria.
If you’re traveling to Poland you should remember that Auschwitz is, without a doubt, one of the sades and most terrifying experiences you will have in a long time.
Form the History perspective Auschwitz is a must-see place in Poland.
It’s worth remembering that the museum is located around 50 km from Krakow and Krakow-Balice International Airport. It makes the city the perfect base for any Auschwitz Tour to Auschwitz.