- 17 h tour by comfortable A/C car or minivan
Warsaw - Auschwitz - Krakow – Warsaw - car/minivan tour. It's a tour with an early start! Please note that all times are approximate and all the details will be arranged via e-mail upon booking
- 6.30 am Hotel pick-up (early morning!)
We pick you up from your Warsaw hotel/apartment
- 6.30 - 10.30 Transport from Warsaw to Auschwitz
Our driver takes you directly to Auschwitz - Birkenau Museum. Coffee break on the way
- 10.45 - 12.30 Auschwitz camp visit
Guided tour of Auschwitz concentration camp in English with a licensed museum guide. Audio headsets to hear the guide speaking will be provided. All fees included in price
- 12.30 - 12.45 Snack break and transport from Auschwitz to Birkenau
We provide a free snack (homemade sandwich and water) before taking you to the second part of the museum tour at the Birkenau camp grounds
- 12.45 - 14.00 Birkenau camp visit
Guided tour of Birkenau concentration camp in English. All fees included in price
- 14.00 - 15.30 Transport from Birkenau to Krakow
Return transportation from Birkenau to Krakow (1.5 h travel time)
- 15.30 - 16.30 Krakow Old Town drop-off
Our driver drops you off in Krakow's centre and you have around 1 hour free time for lunch
- 16.30 - 19.30 Private 3 h Krakow walking tour
You meet your city guide for the sightseeing walk through the Old Town, including a visit to the Wawel Royal Castle
- 19.30 - Departure from Krakow
Our guide ends the sightseeing walk and meet your driver
- 19.30- 23.00 Transport from Krakow to Warsaw
Our driver drop you at your hotel/apartment
Auschwitz - Birkenau was the largest concentration camp established by the Nazi regime to carry out the extermination of not only European Jews but also Poles, Gypsies and people of other nationalities. It consisted of three main camps: Auschwitz I, Auschwitz II (Birkenau) and Auschwitz III (Monowitz). After WW2 the Polish government restored Auschwitz and turned it into a museum. It was also included on the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 1979.
Krakow is one of the largest and oldest cities in Poland, with a population of nearly 800,000. Situated on the Vistula river in the Lesser Poland region, it dates back to the 7th century. It was the capital of Poland from 1038 to 1596 and has always been one of the leading centres of Polish scientific, cultural and artistic life. With a history encompassing a thousand years, Krakow remains the spiritual heart of Poland and the centre of local and international tourism. Walking with our expert licensed city guide along the beautiful and mysterious streets of Krakow you will feel the unique atmosphere and find a synthesis of all things Polish, connecting tradition with modernity.
- On this tour you will see:
- Auschwitz: The famous main gate with the inscription "Arbeit macht frei", living and sanitary-hygienic conditions of the prisoners, Death Block and Death Wall, Crematorium 1 and the first gas chamber, Prisoners' barracks, watchtowers and fence system
- Krakow: The medieval St. Florian's Gate with the Barbican fortress, the Main Market Square with St Mary's Basilica and the Sukiennice Cloth Hall, the Wawel Castle and the Wawel Cathedral
- What is your cancellation policy?
For individual reservations, whenever we charge the deposit we require a 7 days notice by e-mail or phone. Changes or cancellations made after this time cause the loss of your deposit. For group reservations cancellation rules are confirmed via e-mail.
- How do I pay for the tour?
You can pay all up-front, or locally to our driver. Usually we require deposit to confirm your reservation.
- What is the pick-up time?
It's a private tour, so pick up time and date are on request. We confirm your exact pick up time just after we confirm you reservation.Suggested pick up time is 6.30am.
- Can I take this tour in other languages?
Yes, French, Italian, German, Spanish are available on request.
- How many people will there be in the van and on the guided tour of Auschwitz?
To guarantee you a comfortable journey, we use max. 8 passenger vehicles. If you are the only clients that day, we may sometimes use a 4 passenger minivan. The group visiting the Museum may consist of up to 30 visitors. In the period between 1 April and 31 October from 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. the entry on the grounds of the former Auschwitz I camp is permitted only with the Entry Pass for Guided Tours (literally it means, that each guest has to purchase a ticket for the official tour organized by the Museum and we include these tickets in the price).
- Can children visit Auschwitz?
Although it is the parents' decision, it is not advised for children under the age of 12 to visit the camps. Prams and strollers are not allowed.
- Can I bring my bag inside Auschwitz Museum?
The max. size of handbags brought into the museum is 30x20x10cm.
- Can I take pictures on site?
Yes, taking photos for your own purposes is free of charge.