The KL Auschwitz Camp was a Nazi concentration camp and an extermination centre. A visit to the Auschwitz Camp and Birkenau Camp (being the largest part of the Auschwitz complex) allows you to broaden your historical knowledge of the Holocaust.

To meet the various needs of sightseeing, we have prepared several possibilities to visit the concentration camps. Our offer includes transport to the Auschwitz-Birkenau Camp and visits to the Birkenau Camp (Auschwitz II), the Monowitz Camp (Auschwitz III), and to the Fountain of Tears. You can also choose to combine tours at a special price: one option offers an extended trip to the Birkenau (Auschwitz II), connected with a visit to the exhibition of works of a former Auschwitz prisoner, Marian Kołodziej, and the second option offers an additional visit to the Schindler’s Factory or the Wieliczka Salt Mine.

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Auschwitz-Birkenau Round-Trip Transfer

If you want to visit the Auschwitz-Birkenau complex by yourself and you are wondering how to get there – we have a perfect solution for you.

Price: from 89 PLN

Birkenau Concentration Camp (Auschwitz II) and Schindler’s Factory

If you come to Kraków for a few days only, you certainly want to see as much as possible. However, you can’t always get to know the history of a place in a hurry. For those who are interested in the history of the World War II, or would like to enhance their knowledge about the Holocaust, we have a special offer to visit the Birkenau Camp and the Schindler’s Factory within one day.

Price: from 199 PLN

Birkenau Concentration Camp (Auschwitz II) and Wieliczka Salt Mine – 1 day tour

Tourists arriving in Kraków for a couple days certainly want to take advantage of the city’s rich offer without having to choose between one of the world’s most recognisable destinations located in the Kraków region: the Wieliczka Salt Mine and the Birkenau Concentration Camp. To provide tourists with an opportunity to see both of these places, while taking into consideration the limited time of their stay, we decided to combine these two options into a single, one-day trip.

Price: from 299 PLN

Birkenau Concentration Camp (Auschwitz II) – Extended tour

KL Auschwitz-Birkenau (Konzentrationslager Auschwitz-Birkenau) was the largest German Nazi concentration and extermination camp, which was built in the outskirts of Oświęcim (annexed as Auschwitz to the Third Reich). Altogether, over 1.1 million men, women and children, mainly the Jewish population, lost their lives in the camp. One of the few prisoners who managed to survive the imprisonment period was Marian Kołodziej – the author of a series of sketches Frames of Memory. Labyrinths that depict shocking scenes of life in the camp. Apart from sightseeing the biggest part of the camp – Birkenau, participants of the Pictures from Auschwitz tour will see the artist’s shocking works about which Rev. Professor Józef Tischner said: ‘I have been to the Auschwitz camp a couple of times, I have walked around Birkenau. But I have never seen there what I saw at this exhibition. My impression is this: it is here that the real Auschwitz is found. This is actually all I am able to say: the real Auschwitz is here.’

Price: from 169 PLN

Birkenau Concentration Camp (Auschwitz II) – Standard Tour

A trip to the Birkenau Museum brings together the history of the Nazi cruelty and the harrowing fate of the victims of the Holocaust, reminding of the most poignant event in the history of mankind. During the visit, you will see the most important objects in Birkenau, the former Auschwitz III Camp in Monowice and the Monument called The Fountain of Tears, which is described as a “sculptured dialogue of suffering between the Holocaust and the crucifixion”.

 

Price: from 149 PLN

Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum

In 1939, after the invasion of Poland by Nazi Germany and the loss of the defensive war by the Polish army, all the western regions of Poland, including the town of Oświęcim, were annexed by the Third Reich. The town was renamed as Auschwitz and the same name was given to a complex of concentration and extermination camps that were built there. The history of the Auschwitz concentration camp can be divided into two primary periods: the years 1940-1942, when it functioned as a concentration camp and a place of slow extermination, and the years 1942-1944, when it was transformed into the biggest centre of immediate mass extermination of Jews, who had been transported into the camp under the policy conducted by the Third Reich that assumed the extermination of the entire Jewish population in Europe.

Price: from 140 PLN

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