The concentration camp was founded by the Nazis on the outskirts of the town of Oswiecim during the Nazi’s occupation of Poland in 1940. The name was changed to German name Auschwitz which soon had become the most recognized place of the Nazi’s crimes.
During a tour you’ll see the site of the camp: remaining camp buildings and its ruins, residential barracks (including the ruins of the gas chambers and crematoria), several kilometers long camp fence and interior roads and unloading ramp in Birkenau.
Additionally, an important part of the tour is visiting of the exhibition presented in the remaining five blocks of the camp. It presents the documentation of life and detention of war prisoners, historical exhibitions including: clothing for prisoners, bunks and other furniture in the room equipped for the prisoners, the collection of personal property taken from the deported Jews.
After visiting the Museum, you will be driven to Wadowice and Kalwaria Zebrzydowska, places associated with the life and work of the Pope John Paul II.
Wadowice is the birth place of the Pope John Paul II ( former Cardinal Karol Wojtyla of Krakow). City of the Pope is often visited by both tourists and pilgrims. Places worth visiting are: The Pope’s Family House and Basilica with 15th century choir and baptistery in which Karol Wojtyla was baptized as a child.
Kalwaria Zebrzydowska is a tiny village with a beautiful, early-baroque sanctuary mounting over the narrow streets. Around the sanctuary the paths in the forest allow for contemplation and prayer in many smaller churches and shrines located on the steep hill. John Paul II has refer to this unique place in his memoris.
For a tour to Auschwitz Birkenau and places associated with John Paul II we’ll take you directly from the place of your choice in Krakow at approx. 9.00 AM. After sightseeing return to the place of accommodation or the place of your choice in Krakow.
Duration: approximately 8-9 hours
Availability: 7 days a week
Bookings by phone: +48 660 904 391, +48 513 514 331
|Auschwitz Tour and Following John Paul II’s traces|
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Price per car includes:
The ticket price for visiting Auschwitz Museum is 45 zł per person.
Price of private tour doesn’t include tickets to Museum, but it’s no problem get them for you. If you already bought tickets to Museum, let us know. If you don’t have tickets and want to buy them – let us know, we will help you or just buy them for you and add cost of tickets to final price of private tour.
After 8pm (20.00) please also call us to be sure you’ll get your service.