Auschwitz-Birkenau Small Group Tour from Krakow with a Museum Guide Instant Confirmation
Discover the grim history of Auschwitz-Birkenau, one of the biggest Nazi concentration camps during the World War II traveling in a small group and with an expert Museum guide by your side.
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With this early morning tour you will be among one of the first groups to enter the Auschwitz Museum site. Travel in a small group of maximum 19 participants and explore the memorial with your expert guide to learn about facts and stories you would otherwise miss in a large group.
- Duration (incl. transportation): 7 hour(s)
- Available: Daily
- Pick-up: You can choose either Pick-up or Check-in (free).
- Inclusion: Accredited English-speaking guide / Transport in a comfortable coach or minivan / Lunchbox (2 sandwiches, bottle of water, fruit) / Entrance fee / Hotel pick-up and drop-off
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Time & Location
06:50 Free Hotel Pick-up or Check-in
07:00 Tour departs from Krakow
Watch a documentary screening on the bus
Auschwitz-Birkenau guided tour beginsYour guided tour includes a visit to Auschwitz I - the administrative centre of Auschwitz death camp and Auschwitz II, designed and constructed as an extermination facility.
Learn about the history of the campEvery year, millions of visitors walk through the gate bearing a fallacious inscription: Arbeit macht frei – „Work sets one free”. Following the same route as prisoners for over half a century ago, you will learn about the origins of the camp, its history and the everyday life of its prisoners.
Find out who the prisoners wereAuschwitz-Birkenau complex was established in 1940 and throughout the five years of its inglorious operation over 1.5 million Jews, Poles, Italians and Frenchman perished here. It should be emphasized that the prisoners of Auschwitz originated from every country in Europe.
Auschwitz-Birkenau as a Museum and UNESCO SiteThe museum was founded in 1947, combining the area of KL Auschwitz (Auschwitz I) and Birkenau camp (Auschwitz II). The original roads, fences, watchtowers and railway ramps have been preserved. In 1979, the concentration camp was designated as one of the UNESCO's World Heritage Sites.
13:30 Check-out & Drop-off
- Please note, that the maximum size of backpacks or handbags brought into the Museum can not exceed dimensions: 30x20x10 cm. You can leave your bags in the bus.
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- Any cancellations made after 07:00 local time, 1 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.