All prices are per person
All fees included
SPECIAL OFFER ONLY IN MARCH: 120 PLN / 30€ per person*
*applies only on the following days:
9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 16th, 21st, 22nd, 24th, 27th, 28th
Explore the UNESCO-listed former Nazi concentration camp, the place of terror, the symbol of Holocaust. Our guided tour in English lets you understand the sad fate of its prisoners.
This is our regular everyday tour in English with transportation by minibus and a guided tour at Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum. We will offer you door-to-door service. The pick up times for the tour vary depending on the day. Please send us an enquiry through the booking form – we will let you known our availability on the day. Check our last minute section for the latest pick up times updates.
You won’t need to buy any tickets on your own, we will have them prearranged.
Our English-speaking tour assistant will take care of you on the bus and at the Memorial providing all necessary information and securing the arrangements until you start your tour with a local Museum guide. You won’t need to worry about anything.
You will visit Auschwitz and Birkenau in a group with a local English speaking guide. The guided tour will last 3 hours and a half, you will be equipped with headphones to hear the guide properly. After about two hour guided tour at Auschwitz I and a short break you will be taken to Auschwitz II-Birkenau where you will continue your guided visit.
What you will see during our guided tour in English: an unloading platform, watchtowers, fences, barracks, the camp bathhouse, the wall for execution, jail cells and many more. You will start you tour through the gates bearing the inscription Arbeit Macht Frei (Work Sets You Free) and will continue to see how everyday camp reality looked like. The Museum and Memorial to the victims of Nazi Germans presents documentary photographs and photocopies of documents which prove the tragic fate of the prisoners. It’s exhibits include prisoner garments, bunks and other furnishings from prisoner rooms as well as a lot of other items taken from Jewish deportees.
The whole tour will last no longer than 7 hours and we will drop you off at your hotel or at any other place within Krakow city center, following your wish.
What is the exact pick up time for the tour? Most frequently we run morning tour, however there happen the afternoon tour too. Please send us an inquiry and we will present you an offer including the pick up time, which varies depending on the day. Do you offer a free pick up for your tour? We offer...
What is the exact pick up time for the tour?
Most frequently we run morning tour, however there happen the afternoon tour too.
Please send us an inquiry and we will present you an offer including the pick up time, which varies depending on the day.
Do you offer a free pick up for your tour?
We offer a free pick up from the hotel within the city centre (Old Town, Kazimierz and Podgórze District). If the hotel is located away from the city centre, we will ask you to arrive in the convenient meeting points in the city centre.
The pick up from the hotel away from the city centre is also possible however it may be charged from 20 to 50 PLN additionally per pick up.
How and when do I purchase entrance tickets?
We will secure the tickets for your guided tour in English. You won’t have to worry about it.
How will I get from Auschwitz I to Birkenau?
We will provide this transfer for you by our minivan/minibus.
Is there a fast track entry to the Museum?
No, it is not available. All the Visitors have to go through the security check which normally takes 15-20 minutes, however on very busy days it might take longer. This is why you will arrive at Auschwitz about 25 minutes before the start of your tour.
Should we take some food and drinks?
You may take it with you or purchase at one of the snack points at the museum premises. You may also order packed lunch with us. Either on the day with our tour assistant or in advance by emailing us.
Can I take Auschwitz tour and Salt Mine tour on one day?
Certainly, we can offer you our combined tour option. We will take you to the Salt Mine directly after the Auschwitz tour. It is possible almost everyday. However if the tour at Auschwitz is in the afternoon, it may be too late to arrive on time for the last entry to the Salt Mine. Then we will offer you the Salt Mine on the following day. Please ask us about the availability.
How long is the guided tour at Auschwitz?
No matter if your tour starts in the morning or in the afternoon, it takes about 3 and a half hours. After about two hour guided tour at Auschwitz I, followed with a short break and a transfer, you will continue about 1 hour visit at Auschwitz II-Birkenau.
How will I know that my guided tour in English is booked?
Once you receive the email with the tour confirmation, your tour is booked and secured for you.