Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial of Holocaust and tragedy of World War II
Auschwitz-Birkenau camp is a shocking place that witnessed unimaginable human suffering and pain. The camp in Auschwitz was established in occupied Poland in mid 1940, initially for Polish political prisoners. In 1942, it was the prime target of the extermination of Jews in occupied Poland. In January 1945, the camp was closed, absorbed in unimaginable human loss. In this former German Nazi concentration and extermination camp, they murdered more than a million people (including over a million Jews, nearly 100,000 Poles and many other nations).
The Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum is one of the most memorable places in the world to commemorate the tragedy of the Holocaust. It is also a place where the fates and sufferings of many nations affected by World War II are intertwined.
Guided Auschwitz Birkenau tour includes:
- hotel/hostel pick-up
- professional Museum guide
- professional English speaking tour leader
- transportation by air conditioned minibus
- hotel/hostel drop-off
- 7 – 8 hours (approx.)
Rates – including tax
- regular 170 zł (tours before 7.00 am and at 2.00 pm) /185 zł (tours after 7.00 pm and before 2.00 pm)
- student 140 zł
- child 5-15 yrs 80 zł