Auschwitz from Krakow

Auschwitz Museum

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Arbeit macht frei

Auschwitz Museum is the location of the largest Nazi concentration camp, a place infamous for executing the Nazi „Final Solution” – The holocaust. The museum uses the buildings of the camp to show the atrocity of World War II. It’s the commemorating of the victims of the cruel Holocaust and great lesson of history.

The Auschwitz Museum is on a UNESCO World Heritage site. It consists of two huge parts of camps called Auschwitz I Stammlager i Auschwitz II Birkenau.


In Krakow

If you visit Krakow, you can’t miss the opportunity to go on these trips!

We can help you see all the valuable landmarks in Krakow and its surroundings as well.

One of our english speaking drivers may assist you at the airport and take you directly to your hotel, in a comfortable, air-conditioned minibus.

Trips to every location

We can organize trips to every location in Southern Poland. However, we recommend the tours of Auschwitz-Birkenau and Wieliczka Salt Mine. These are absoulete 'must see’ if you visit Southern Poland. Both of them are extremely popular among the tourists from around the world and attracts millions of visitors every year.

The bets way to visit them is to go on organized tour with the guide as it will help you to fully discover those places. There is always possibility to go in private tour if you don’t like crowds and want to have the guide’s attention for your own.

 The horrors of Auschwitz

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World war II

Auschwitz – Birkenau is a museum established as a tribute to the victims of Holocaust and genocide who died in this concentration camp.

The museum utilizes the remains of the concentration camp and it  represents the horror that took place during the World War II.

Although largely destroyed by the retreating Nazis it’s still possible to view the death cells, the gas chamber and the crematorium where corpses were burned. There are plenty of authentic photographs of the prisoners and their miserable everyday life.

The Wieliczka

The Wieliczka Salt mine offers one of the most stunning views of the underground world you will ever see. The interior of the mine looks like some other fairy world. The mine is filled with salt statues and carvings, as well as stalactites and stalagmites.

The tour of the mine will take you over 300 steps and 100 meters below the surface. It will lead you through the old shafts and corridors made of marvels of salt – both natural and man-made. You will see numerous and impressive chambers including chapels and the treasury.