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Auschwitz and Birkenau Tour with Hotel Pick Up from Krakow

  • An unmissable addition to a visit to the Kracow area

  • Hotel transfers by air-conditioned vehicle are included

  • Tour with a guide, and hear clearly through a personal headset

Auschwitz and Birkenau Tour with Hotel Pick Up from Krakow
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Visit the UNESCO World Heritage site of Auschwitz and Birkenau on this convenient day trip from Kracow. Learn all about the history of the largest concentration camp operated by the Nazis, and many of the people who passed through here, on a fully guided tour. You’ll visit two different concentration camps, and leave with a greater understanding of this period of history that shouldn’t be forgotten.

What to Expect
You will be picked-up from your accommodation and be driven about 1.5 hours to Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum. Once in the museum, you will spend time with a professional English guide, who takes you through the historical journey of this tragic place.
Sightseeing is divided into two parts: Auschwitz I and Aushwitz II - Birkenau. You will have an opportunity for a break between these two camp visits. You may buy something to eat at this point, but we always recommend you bring food with you. Transportation between camps is provided with the same vehicle.

Once you have completed the sightseeing in second camp, you will be returned directly to Krakow. The whole tour takes about 7 hours, including transportation time.
Reviews (30)
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We really enjoyed the tour, the staff were great and well informed, special mention to Vasyl who was our guide. Competitive pricing, can’t go wrong.

Thank 528stano
Reviewed 2 days ago
Tours from Cracow

I would like to thank the Crew of Royal Cracow for an excellent and didactive trip to Auschwitz. This Firm definitely knows how to organise a tour. I highly reccomend travelling with Royal Cracow to all the people who come to Cracow and want to...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Tomasz M
Reviewed 1 week ago

My hotel in Krakow organized this day trip for me. The minibus picked me up on time. It was very comfortable. The driver Wladek was very nice and did a good job. And our guide Kamila was very informative. I recommend Royal Cracow tour company....More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank kenobimaster
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We received an email the day before with a time we would be picked up and asked if we wanted lunch for the bus, the bus picked us up on time at our hotel. The guide was so knowledgeable about the tour and delivered the...More

Thank Alexisww33
Reviewed 1 week ago
Better than excellent!

We were with this company in Auschwitz and everything was very well organised. The local guide was with a lot of knowledge about those places. The driver was also very nice and informative, even a guy from the customer service (Przemek) was doing a great...More

Date of experience: November 2018
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Response from ollimeek | Reviewed this property |
Personally I would take food with you- there is the option to buy a packed lunch from Royal Cracow but just for ease we took ourselves plus you can leave rucksacks and things on the bus (or we could) so it makes it easier... More