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Auschwitz-Birkenau Full-Day Guided Tour

Departure from Wroclaw

Basic information: 


Visit one of the most significant places in Poland on a 10-hour tour of the Auschwitz Museum and Birkenau Camp in Oświęcim. Explore a symbol of the Holocaust and memorial to the victims of the Nazis.

Learn about the history and gain a deeper understanding of the Holocaust and the Nazi concentration camps on a full-day tour of Auschwitz-Birkenau from Wroclaw.

An English-speaking driver will pick you up from a pre-arranged meeting point in Wroclaw, and transfer you in a comfortable vehicle. Upon arrival at the Auschwitz Museum, a local guide and educator will meet you for a full-day tour.

Visit both Auschwitz I and Auschwitz II-Birkenau to acquire a proper sense of the place that has become the symbol of the Holocaust as well as Nazi crimes against Jews, Poles, Romanis, and other groups. Become more educated about the UNESCO World Heritage Site as you visit the remaining prison blocks, gas chambers, and crematoria buildings. See the remains of the railway ramp in Birkenau, where the prisoners would be transported.

Pick up: Meeting point at the corner Corner of Plac Solny & Main Market Square

Starting times:  Please check the schedule 

Tour duration: 10 hours
Availability: 7 days a week
Type of tour: Regular

✓  Transfer both ways from/to Wroclaw

✓  Entrance tickets to Auschwitz-Birkenau

✓  Licensed guide in English

✓  English-speaking driver

Tour Programme

The tour starts with pickup in the centre of Wroclaw and transfer to Auschwitz-Birkenau camps, where you are able to see Auschwitz I, Auschwitz I, Memorial Museum and former female camp, Birkenau – all of those with a licensed English speaking guide. Afterwards you come back to Wroclaw in comfortable, air-conditioned van car.


See personal things and objects of everyday use belonging to the prisoners

Visit the ruins of the gas chambers, original barracks, and the railway prisoner unloading platform

Learn about the history of the largest concentration camp complex from World War II.