Auschwitz tours



If you’re only for a short spell in Kraków you should make as good use of your time as possible. If you’re visiting Kraków only for a few days, it’s better to make them count. If you drop in to Kraków for a short holiday you shouldn’t waste any time. We at would like to help you with that! One of our English speaking drivers may intercept and assist you at the Balice, or Pyrzowice and transfer as smoothly as possible to any location in Kraków. You might be interested in one of our tours including tours to Wieliczka Salt mine, or Auschwitz, or to both locations on the same day!

 See Auschwitz-Birkenau and Wieliczka Salt Mine

Visit Wieliczka Salt Mine

Visit Wieliczka Salt Mine

The Auschwitz-Birkenau was established in tribute to the victims of the Nazi concentration camp. The museum resembles the actual camp in as many ways as possible. It focuses on showing the proof of the atrocity that took place here and allows you to pass your own judgement. The Wieliczka Salt Mine is one of the most interesting places to see in Poland. A UNESCO World Heritage site, it offers an underground 3.5 kilometre tour of beautiful chambers and chapels. When in Kraków you can’t miss these trips! We can help you see all the valuable sights in Kraków and its vicinity. One of our english speaking drivers may assist you at the airport and deliver to your hotel, in a comfortable minibus. We can organize trips to every location in Southern Poland and we recommend the Krakow to Auschwitz and Wieliczka Salt Mine.



Visit Auschwitz museum

Visit Auschwitz museum

The Auschwitz – Birkenau Museum offers the ultimate and irrefutable proof of the Holocaust of the Jewish nation. Built on the premises of the concentration camp it’s foused on remembering the people who perished here and serves as a warning – never to allow such atrocity to repeat itself. The 3.5 kilometer tour of the Wieliczka Salt Mine offers you a once in a life time opportunity to view the underground beauty of the oldest salt mine in Kraków. It’s a unique opportunity to see underground chapels with salt statues and carvings as well as obsolete mining equipment.

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