170 PLN
per person

Auschwitz & Birkenau

Duration: ~ 3.5 hrs Hotel pickup & drop off Pickup 8-9am, return by 4pm Snack included Entrance fees included

About Auschwitz & Birkenau

Should one visit Auschwitz? It is a difficult question, and a deeply personal one. For many people, be they pilgrims on a private journey, backpackers exploring eastern Europe, historians, travellers or native Poles, it is a must. The proximity to Krakow (Cracow) makes a visit to the museums a very real option – the town of Oswiecim (Auschwitz) is an hour and a half journey by car from Krakow. And certainly, having seen the camps (regardless of how many other groups are also filing through) few will regret the experience. The camps and their legacy are an indelible part of today’s world, and visiting them is both sobering and edifying.

The basic structures of both camps have survived, and the experience of these is amplified by a number of exhibitions about the major victims of the atrocities, chiefly the Jews, but also Poles, Gypsies and Russians. There are many different exhibits, and the apparatus of the camps, as well as the personal belongings left behind by the victims will speak for themselves.

Tour Information

We will drive you to the museum at Auschwitz from Krakow. We will also arrange for you to have a tour with a museum guide – all are experts on the camps and their legacy. The tour will also include nearby Birkenau (the expansive satellite of the Auschwitz camp), which for many visitors makes a more powerful impression than the first.

As always, we offer unique tours, free of overcrowded buses and full of worthwhile information – on site and on the way there! Our guides are knowledgeable and spirited locals and will make sure you get the most out of your tour.

Prices and Group Bookings

Price Per Person (up to 10 persons) 160 PLN

Groups over 10 Persons Negotiable

What’s included in the price?

8-seater van transport with hotel pickup/drop off, entrance fees included, headset rental included. On site join others for larger group tour guided in English by someone licensed directly with the museum. The snack provided is a sandwich plus water.

Tour Time

9 am – 4 pm. Approx. 7 hours


Minimum of 2 people per tour. Prices include all entrance fees and taxes. Price provided is for English language tours. Tours in other languages: Please contact for information.


Auschwitz & Birkenau Reviews

 M. Button 4th Feb 2018
First class friendly helpful driver. Well organised and well chaperoned. Very moving tour but all should and must pay our respects for the suffering. Well done freebookers.
 Marirena Tzirka 29th Jan 2018
Very well organised and professioanl services
 Guest 14th Jan 2018
Our guides were excellent, both inside Auschwitz and for the day in general
Well planned tour.
 Deborah Lamb 14th Dec 2017
Very good service , our driver ‘Andrea’ was punctual collecting us , very friendly . The trip went very well .
 Angela Dee 12th Dec 2017
We had a great visit too auschwitz .our driver yvonne was great .very friendly .picked up on time .enjoyed our visit and dropped back to the hotel .. even had a little lunch snack .
 Annette O Leary 19th Nov 2017
Better than i expected our tour guide explained it all in the best way possible really helping us to feel the events as we walked through her story telling at the same time showing the respect that the site needed
 Nigel Broadbent 17th Nov 2017
The tour was fascinating and a great insight in to history however, we felt a little rushed and would have liked more time.
 M Whelan 1st Nov 2017
Such a sad reality, but a place that every person in the world should visit. It broke my 13 year daughter heart listening and seeing this holocast. The guide was absolutely amazing, passionate and so informative. Thank you
 Andrew & Tracey Donovan 25th Aug 2017
8 A must do visit - thought provoking. My only disappointment was that our pick up was late and we didn't have time for the shop etc particulaly at Birkenau _ 15 or 20 more minutes would have made a big difference.
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